MAC Prize Release Birthday Giveaway

Much to my joy/dismay (my mood will oscillate throughout the day), today celebrates the final year of being able to fall into the 18 - 24 age bracket. While I panic about my lack of achievements, you'll be glad to hear that a by-product of this comeuppance is a giveaway with a twist. In total, there are three prizes to be won, but only two prizes are immediately available to win with the third (and admittedly, the most desirable) being released after a whopping 1000 entries, so get tweeting! The giveaway will run for 24 days, a day for each year :)

March Birchbox: Great if you're considering subscribing to a sample box, changing existing boxes or just want an opportunity to try out more luxury samples. If you already have the March Birchbox, you may discover products that weren't included in your particular box.

The Science of Happy Sample Box:  I have compiled an one-off exclusive The Science of Happy sample box containing an array of products for you to enjoy including sachet samples and a few full size products.


Prize Release
MAC Guilty Passions Warm Crushed Metallic Pigments: From one of the more recent collections, this is a brand new limited edition MAC Guilty Passions pigment set containing Silky Stocking, Darling Coquette, Ever Elegant and Rose Light, beautifully packaged in a circular mint and black chevron-patterened box and decorated with an adorable black acrylic bow.

This is an international giveaway.
Giveaway ends on the 6th May 2013.
I am not responsible for any damages caused in transit but will do my utmost to ensure the protection of prizes.
I am not responsible for any additional charges incurred (customs charge etc) so be sure to double-check your country can receive these prizes.
All prizes are sent via UK Recorded Delivery or Airmail.
All winners will be notified within 24 hours from the end of the giveaway.
Any winners who fail to reply with an address after a week will lose the prize and it will be awarded to someone else.
Etc etc...
This is boring.
Mario was actually a carpenter before he became a plumber!