Wednesday, June 2, 2010


Help! I have to much makeup! I have been so abundantly blessed with products that I feel the need to share. But I wouldn't feel right if I didn't get something out of this right? So here's the deal. I love helping charities and also love reading stories about people helping others. So I would love to hear yours! How did you help someone in need when they needed it the most? It can be a simple as dropping change for a stranger or running into a burning building to save my mean my doggie. lol
I'd like for you to post your stories in the discussion section on my fan page Get your friends to join and comment on your stories and a winner will be selected weekly.

I am looking forward to reading some of your stories. We are working on the honor system so let's try to be truthful!

This weeks prize will focus on the lashes:
system, Loreal voluminous Original in black and a pair of strip lashes.

Ofcourse all prizes are unopened and unused!

Bombshell tip: Hire a professional when it comes to individual lashes. There is nothing worse than removing your false lashes only to discover you have removed your real lash as well.


  1. Que ChocolateRose WalkerJune 2, 2010 at 4:26 PM

    Well... I had 10 bags of old clothes waiting on Amvets to come & pick up when my grandmother's caregiver walked in the building and saw all the bags and asked could she have them. I said sure and have noticed she has been wearing a lot of the old gym shoes (as I would have considered them) since she has to walk and catch the bus. So what I was going to give to be sold was actually being utilized to someone that needed it without having to pay, shop, search for it. ~Ms Que

  2. This is such a creative way to bless others with great products.

    Most recently I created and donated fifteen "Easter Bags" to the Sadie Waterford Manor located in Crestwood, IL. This facility houses young girls between the ages of 10-18 who come from broken homes and disruptive environment. I have donated to this organization for over 5 years and will continue to do so.

  3. This is such a creative way to bless others with your fabulous products. Way to go Nicole!

    Most recently, I donated 15 "Easter Bags" to the Sadie Waterford Manor. Sadie Waterford is a temporary facility for young girls from 10-18 who come from disruptive environments.It was just a little something to let the girls know that someone was thinking of them at Eastertime. I've been donating to SWM for over 5yrs and will continue to do so. It is better to give than to receive.