Clarins “Behind the Vanity” Photo Contest on Facebook

Clarins invites you and your readers to enter Clarins “Behind the Vanity” Photo contest on Facebook by turning your toiletries into a work of art!  Get creative with your beauty cabinet for a chance to win a year supply of Clarins product ($1,000 value!).  For example, you can arrange the products in your medicine chest into a heart, your favorite shape, an animal or something abstract—be creative and have fun with it!

After you design your cabinet, upload a picture to Clarins Facebook page.  The artist with the most votes wins a year supply of Clarins product!


Click on the link below to enter the contest!

http://apps.facebook.com/contestshq/contests/93967

Prize Details
CREATE SOME FUN WAYS TO SHOW OFF YOUR VANITY.
Turn your toiletries into a work of art.
Arrange what’s in your medicine cabinet into a face, a word, a forest—whatever moves you creatively. Express yourself.
The photo with the most votes, wins a one-year supply of Clarins product ($1,000 value!).
Click on the ’Vote Now” tab for some ideas.

Contest Instructions
Step 1: Like us on Facebook.
Step 2: Be creative! Snap a photo of your vanity. Have fun with it.
Step 3: Click on “Enter contest” on the left. Submit your information along with the photo of your vanity.
Step 4: Share the link with your friends on Facebook and get our your votes!
Valid image file types are .jpg, .gif, or .png and should not exceed 20 MB.
Prize Eligibility
Only persons residing in United States who are at least 18 years of age can enter.

Contest Starts
March 09, 2011 @ 09:00 am (EST)
Contest Ends
March 30, 2011 @ 11:59 pm (EDT)

Click on the link below to enter the contest!

http://apps.facebook.com/contestshq/contests/93967


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