Rosemary Mac Cabe

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Competition: a set of mink lash extensions at Up to My Eyes

A few months ago I had the pleasure of experiencing Up to My Eyes‘s mink eyelash extensions myself when I went for a treatment and I would have no hesitation in recommending them. (In fact, a friend of mine had them …

Fri, Jun 1, 2012, 10:30

   

A few months ago I had the pleasure of experiencing Up to My Eyes‘s mink eyelash extensions myself when I went for a treatment and I would have no hesitation in recommending them. (In fact, a friend of mine had them done recently for her wedding and they looked fab!)

I would especially recommend them during the month of June, when Up to My Eyes will be donating €10 from each set of full mink lash extensions to Sight Savers Ireland, which has been working for more than 60 years to combat blindness and and promote equal opportunities for disabled people worldwide.

To celebrate this great promotion, Up to My Eyes has offered one full set of mink lashes to a lucky Fash Mob reader this June! To enter, there are a few simple steps – you need to like this post (see the “like” button at the top!) on Facebook, as well as liking Fash Mob, Sight Savers Ireland and Up to My Eyes. Finally, you need to leave a comment below! Say whatever you want – winners will be chosen at random.

The closing date for this competition is Friday, June 15th at midnight – so you have two whole weeks! And, in a wee competition update: the winner of the Tattersalls / Dubarry competition has been notified (so if you haven’t, then it wasn’t you – sorry!) and the winner of the Lancome goodie bag – I know, how long ago?! – is Grace Hill at comment #27, which only I can see on the moderation dashboard. Bisous!

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