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Beauty Tip Of The Day and Unilever ***Giveaway***

Wednesday, November 4, 2009 205 Post-It Notes


Ok do me a favor. Scroll to the very bottom of my blog. Go ahead! I promise to be here when you get back......Did you see that awesome widget that talks about Beauty Tips of The Day? You can read about Body Tips, Hair Tips, Face Tips; and more importantly the products used to achieve that look. Neat huh? My favorite tip is probably:
  • "Treat lashes with a dab of Vaseline Petroleum Jelly every day. It conditions while giving lashes an attractive gleam, and makes the tips of the lashes darker."
I can honestly say I never knew that, but have been practicing it ever since and it really does work! Remember to only use a DAB. The first day I really did make a mess!

Now onto the GIVEAWAY!
Here is your chance to win your very own goody box from Unilever! Which will includes new items from Q-tips,Vaseline, Pond’s, and Dove..



How to Enter:
Scroll down to the Beauty Widget and tell me your favorite tip. It must be different from the one I shared with you.

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    Rules:
    • Begins today November 4, 2009 and ends on November 11, 2009! Winner will be announced November 12. Open to 18+ USA AND Canada. You must leave your email so I can contact you if you win. You will have 48 hours to respond or I will choose a new winner. Winners will be chosen using random.org.
    Good Luck!
    ***I received a box of Unilever products to review***

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  • missdenise said:  

    I like the idea of simply changing your part to change your hair style.

  • Ellen C. said:  

    I like the idea of keeping pond's wet towelttes at your desk so you can clean your phone and therefore help your skin stay nicer. Thanks for the chance.

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  • throuthehaze said:  

    I like the idea of keeping Ponds wet cleansing towelettes in the fridge to use at the end of the day.

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  • Gerrie said:  

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  • April said:  

    Do not stay in the shower any longer than 10 minutes.

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  • mverno said:  

    changning your part also makes thin hair look thicker mverno@roadrunner.com

  • Cheryl F. (The Lucky Ladybug) said:  

    My favorite tip is "Be ready for whatever, whenever by creating a beauty 'emergency kit' of your favorite essentials. Stash in the glove compartment of your car for quick and easy touch-ups while on-the-go." *Thanks* for the giveaway!
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  • Tracey said:  

    I like the tip about contouring the face.
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  • PatZ said:  

    Here's a tip, if you run our of shave cream for your legs - use conditioner.

  • Leslie said:  

    My favorite tip was to limit the length of your shower so you don't zap all the moisture from your skin.

  • ezmerelda said:  

    Exfoliate. It makes your skin look younger and fresher.

  • GabbyLowe said:  

    Baby wipes are the best for removing makeup

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  • blabla3269 said:  

    I found out I have to stop taking long showers

  • Theresa said:  

    My favorite tip is to lightly apply a dark wine or plum lipstick and to dab & blot with a Q-Tip to make it look like a lip stain. (Hate how lip stains get so dry, this is a great idea!)

  • randio said:  

    What a cool idea, mixing your lipstick with some vaseline, put it in a little container & you double the life of you lip color & moisturize your lips at the same time!

  • sweepmom said:  

    Drink water at social engagements to help prevent sweating.

  • buzzd said:  

    If you run out of shaving cream you can use conditioner.

  • Audrey said:  

    The idea about the toweletts in the refrigerator. Great for your face- clean and cool.

  • Jean said:  

    I like the idea of mixing the old lipstick with vasoline, to make a lip gloss

  • 409cope said:  

    My favorite tip is to extend the life of your lipstick by putting the remainder in a small pot and blending with vaseline to make lip gloss. cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

  • 409cope said:  

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  • Amber said:  

    Taking shorter showers is my favorite tip!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  • Amber said:  

    I follow your blog!
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  • vboackle said:  

    i like the tip to change your part for a new hairstyle.

  • Deborah Wellenstein said:  

    I like the idea of creating new lipgloss from old lipstick and Vaseline. Thanks!

  • cmcathiem02@gmail.com said:  

    Alternating the part in your hair sounds like a good idea

  • Joy said:  

    Extend the life of your lipstick by removing the remaining stick and blending it with Vaseline petroleum jelly in a small container to create a lip gloss.
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  • marthajane said:  

    I like the one about mixing your lipstick with Vaseline. I've always done that with the "dregs" that are hard to get to in the base of a lipstick! I must have been ahead of the curve (or just thrifty!).

  • Rose said:  

    I learned that if I run out of shaving cream, I can use conditioner, instead. Very useful!

  • elkaye said:  

    I like the idea about using vaseline petroleum jelly to moisturize lips overnight.

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  • roxxyroller said:  

    I like the tip that says "Extend the life of your lipstick by removing the remaining stick and blending it with Vaseline Petrolium Jelly in a small container to make a lip gloss!"

    Great idea!!

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  • Meadow said:  

    I liked the idea of using old lipstick and rejuvenating it with Vaseline. Probably a great lipgloss.

  • Meadow said:  

    I am an email subscriber :)

  • mogrill said:  

    Use Vaseline to extend the life of your lipstick by making it into a gloss. Thanks for the chance. mogrill@comcast.net

  • clc408 said:  

    I didn't know that water can reduces stress and reduces underarm sweating. Yet another reason to drink more water!

  • julis55 said:  

    Do not stay in the shower any longer than 10 minutes

  • ~*~lilshuga2001~*~ said:  

    I use the Pnds towelettes EVERY day and I had NO idea that you can put them in the fridge!

    Thanks for the chance!

  • Pamela said:  

    Add new life to old lipstick: Remove the remaining stick and blend it with Vaseline Petroleum Jelly to create a lip gloss.

  • Kiara said:  

    I like the tip about keeping Ponds wet cleansing towelettes in the fridge to use at the end of the day.
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  • LittleEagle said:  

    Use Qtips as makeup brushes. sharonaquilino(at)hotmail(dot)Com

  • clynsg said:  

    I like the one about mixing the ends of lipsticks with vaseline to make a lip gloss.

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  • metalmomma said:  

    I like the idea about keeping the ponds towelettes in the fridge to wind down with at the end of the day.

  • elizabeth p said:  

    I like the tips on how to extend my wardrobe! Slip on a silk cami add a velvet wrap...sounds like heaven to me. I am queenesperfect at yahoo.com

  • momznite said:  

    You can make your own lip gloss by combining the leftover lipstick in the bottom of a tube with Vaseline.

  • ehhogan said:  

    I like the tip that combines lipstick and Vaseline to create lipgloss

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  • Molly K said:  

    My favorite tip is to put the Pond's cleansing towelette's in the fridge and then they provide a refreshing feeling for your face and mood.

  • Molly K said:  

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  • CJD said:  

    beauty tip--I use Q-tips to wipe away mascara when I accidentally get some on my eye lids. This works so much better than trying to use my finger and making it worse

  • Janna @ Feed Your Pig said:  

    drink water to avoid sweating!


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  • heaventrees said:  

    I like the tip to use Qtips to apply makeup. They would be cleaner than using the same brush or applicator every day.

  • Deborah said:  

    My favorite tip is to extend the life of your lipstick by removing the end bits and blending with Vaseline. asthenight at gmail dot com

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  • idahomom said:  

    Condition your eye lashes with Vaseline.

  • Sam said:  

    I love the idea of keeping Pond's towelettes in the fridge so they are cool and refreshing!

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  • Jo said:  

    love the idea of mixing old lipstick with Vaseline to make lip gloss.
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  • Nicole D. said:  

    My favorite is to keep the Pond's towelettes in the fridge so that they are refreshing - I might try that in the summer!

  • terri142 said:  

    I like the tip about mixing lipstick with vasaline.

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  • erma said:  

    Always use sunscreen.
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  • Angela said:  

    I must say that I love the idea of taking your old lipstick and mixing it with petroleum jelly to make lip gloss. I'm not a big lipstick girl, even though I have quite a bit from gift bags. I love lip gloss though! This is one idea that I actually plan to do...as soon as I can find my Vaseline in my messy linen closet. :)

  • Anonymous said:  

    I sometimes use my daughters baby wipes to remove makeup.
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  • fluggy said:  

    Baby wipes are the best for removing makeup

    :) Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! :)

  • lisa said:  

    I like the idea of changing where i part my hair from time to time. msmith572@yahoo.com

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  • Kimberly said:  

    I like the idea to use q tips to smudge eye make up. Much cheaper than a seperate smudging brush!

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  • Anonymous said:  

    I like and need to try to limit showers to no longer than 10 minutes to retain moisture in skin! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

  • Lisa said:  

    My favorite tip is to put Vaseline on your eyelashes.

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  • dreamcleavers said:  

    i like the tip about taking shorter showers, i never knew being under the water removes moisture
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  • luckycat1818 said:  

    I like the tip about leaving the Pond's towelettes in the refrigerator to use as a refresher at the end of a long day.

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  • Melodic Mom said:  

    I like the tip about changing your hair part to give your hair instant volume.

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  • Jennifer said:  

    I like the idea of changing the side of your part to make your hair appear thicker. I am trying it right now!

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  • Sonya said:  

    I love the idea of a beauty emergency kit you keep in your glovebox.

  • Erica C. said:  

    I learned to try to shorten my shower time since it takes away the moisture!

  • wendy said:  

    I liked the one about leaving Q-Tips out in a decorative container for guests to use to touch up their make up!

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  • Smooshy said:  

    "Extend the life of your lipstick by removing the remaining stick and blending it with Vaseline Petrolium Jelly in a small container to make a lip gloss!"

  • rmo210 said:  

    I also like the idea of changing your part to increase the volumn of your hair. My hair seems to be thinning more each day!

  • ladyvon said:  

    I liked the tip about using baby wipes to remove makeup.

  • ladyvon said:  

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  • KOB said:  

    I like the one about keeping Wet Cleansing Towelettes in the refrigerator to resfresh yourself after a hard day.

  • KOB said:  

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  • susan1215 said:  

    Do not stay in the shower any longer than 10 minutes or you will dry out your skin

  • LadybugMama said:  

    I like the create curls while you sleep tip.
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  • bigfatqueenofeverything said:  

    I had a facial at a very upscale spa in the Fairmont Hotel. Their esthetician uses Ivory soap first to wash your face, and then applies her magic potions.

    Ever since then, I have used Ivory soap for washing, but being sure to use a good moisturizer after.

  • taxchyk said:  

    Never go to sleep with makeup on, and moisturize daily.

  • Pamela S said:  

    I like today's tip!! Apply Pond's cold cream and let it set for 10 mins and then use a warm washcloth to gently remove it. A cheap but effective at home facial!

    Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

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  • Happi Shopr said:  

    My favorite tip is "Be ready for whatever, whenever by creating a beauty 'emergency kit' of your favorite essentials. Stash in the glove compartment of your car for quick and easy touch-ups while on-the-go."

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  • checkers said:  

    Moisturize before applying any make-up.
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  • charity/ccboobooy said:  

    Tip: Try using Pond's Cold Cream on your face for in home facial. Thanks


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  • Francine said:  

    Dove makes a deodorant that will help to minimize the look and feel of underarm hair.

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  • mail4rosey said:  

    Slough lips lightly with a tootbrush, apply Vaseline Petroleum Jelly and let settle overnight. You'll wake up with lips oh, so soft.

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  • js22 said:  

    I love the idea to stash in your glove compartment of car beauty emergency kit.

    Thanks for the giveaway!
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  • Jinxy and Me said:  

    I like the Vaseline on eyelashes tip.

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  • brownhairgirl7 said:  

    I like the tip that says to blend around the edges of your lips with a Q-tip to keep your lip shade sheer and soft.

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  • katybug said:  

    I like tip about changing hair part - works well when it's about time for a color too!

  • Hotsnotty2 said:  

    My favorite tip is changing your part to change your hair style, thanks for the chance!

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  • Atreau said:  

    I like the tip of mixing lipstick with Vaseline to extend the product.

  • ~*~lilshuga2001~*~ said:  

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  • SCMOMOF2BOYS said:  

    Apply Pond's cold cream and let it set for 10 mins and then use a warm washcloth to gently remove it.

  • Gianna said:  

    Do not stay in the shower any longer than 10 minutes.

    I don't like that tip LOL

  • phyllisg said:  

    Apply moisturizers after bathing or showering.

  • phyllisg said:  

    Apply moisturizer after bathing or showering.

  • lilyk said:  

    My favorite tip is soften hard toenails in a hot bath or shower before cutting them.

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  • ZESTYWONDERLAND said:  

    I love the tipabout using conditioner instead of shaving cream.

    I often use shampoo...never tired the conditioner.

    Will have to give it a shot!

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  • purango said:  

    Drive Through Beauty was my favorite. Create a beauty emergency kit of your favorite products and keep it in your dashbosrd. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  • Beejax said:  

    I like the tip of using vaseline on your cuticles to make them soft. My hands get really bad in the winter so I'm always looking for things to help.

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