Thursday, February 13, 2014
Clinique It Girl Post 8
It saddens me to say that I've reached the end of my Clinique It Girl Journey. Read my heart wrenching tale of love and loss (I'm so melodramatic ha ha ha) here. It was such an amazing, once in a lifetime (unless they'll have me back!) experience and I wish I could thank each and every one of you who voted for me and supported me, big hugs and a sneaky butt pinch! <3
UPDATE: It would appear the link is no longer working so....
This is my last post as a Clinique It Girl, amongst the tears I’ll tell you about the ups and the downs (spoiler alert: there are none) of this year.
Parting is such a sweet sorrow and I’m feeling very poetic about farewelling you all. This year has been such an amazing experience that I could not have done without all your support. I’m so sad this is coming to an end (I can’t stay on another year can I?). As some of you know this was my first foray into beauty blogging (I primarily run a fashion blog) and I feel so blessed to have discovered another passion in my life! Clinique is a product I’d used previously but after this year I know I’ll be a ‘lifer’ (that also may be because I have a very healthy stock pile! Ha ha) I’ve learnt so much about beauty and really expanded my horizons; my number one beauty tip is: Don’t be scared, go for it! Ok so here is my round up:
My favourite Post: Room for Roses
A product I hadn’t tried before and fell in love with: Fresh Bloom Allover Colour
The product I will NEVER stop using: Take The Day Off Makeup Remover For Lids, Lashes & Lips
My single best makeup item: Instant Lift for Brows
The memory that makes me smile from ear to ear: Going to Melbourne of course!
I want to thank every single person who read one of my posts, voted for me or just thought “oh she’s a nice girl” (Probably my Granny on the last one!) And a very special thank you to Alexis and Miranda from Clinique who supported and guided me throughout this year. You’re encouragement and gorgeous smiles have just added to my amazing experience.
“How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.”
Carol Sobieski and Thomas Meehan, Annie