Q: What’s better than makeup?

A: Free Makeup!

I was just introduced to Kristen from Free Beauty Events, a great website that helps you locate free events in your area. Check out her site and see what’s happening near you and enter to win some great prizes!

Free Beauty Events is a website dedicated to connecting people with information on free makeovers, beauty product samples, and giveaways at retail and spa locations across the country. Consumers can enter their zip code to see what’s going on in their area, and follow Free Beauty Events on Facebook and Twitter. This site also hosts a contest each month to win a beauty-product prize. A blog section with product reviews encourages interaction between those who share a love for beauty products.

This month, for example, Prestige Cosmetics will be at college bookstores in Pennsylvania and Virginia with a free basket raffle for Prestige products, as well as free makeovers. In addition, in December Coty will be promoting their holiday fragrance gift sets at Rite Aid in New York and Pennsylvania. All this information is available for FREE on a new website where spas and retailers can promote their events.

Beauty Addicts can visit www.freebeautyevents.com and enter their zip code to find out what makeover, gift with purchase, spa open houses and sampling events are happening near their home and can sign up to follow the site on Facebook and Twitter. In addition to listing in-store makeovers, Freebeautyevents.com also features a blog on product reviews (http://www.freebeautyevents.com/beauty-blog) and a monthly contest http://www.freebeautyevents.com/contest.

For the month of October ten winners will receive a University Medical AcneFree Sport Clear 2-Go Skin System. Consumers have until 10/31 to enter and winners will be chosen on 11/5/2010.


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