NAMING CONTEST!

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By customer request, I have decided to create a new foundation shade. It is not often anymore that I get a chance to create new shades, so in celebration, I am having a contest to pick a name for the new foundation….

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Here is a shot of the new foundation shade. It is designed to match light neutral skin tones. It is warmer than Avena, cooler than Butternut and lighter than Wheat.

Here are the rules of the contest:

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*The name must be a plant name.

*The plant must be a similar color to the foundation shade.

*You must post your name contest entry in the comment section below or on our FaceBook page.

*One entry per person.

*The contest will run from Saturday, January 22, 2011, until Saturday, January 29, 2011.

*We will announce the winner in our February newsletter. If you are not yet subscribed, you can do so here.

*The winner will receive a free product of their choice from Herbs of Grace Natural Look Mineral Makeup.

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Good luck and let the naming begin!

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11 thoughts on “NAMING CONTEST!”

  1. Linden~light colored flower and reminds me of the name Linen which other companies use for that rather neutral yet special color.

  2. WOW! What great entries we have after only 1 day! I can’t wait to see what we have after the whole week is over : )
    I can tell already, it’s going to be very hard to pick a winner!

  3. I think Birch would be a good name. Its a tree bark. Birch twigs and bark is often a light cream to tan color. If you Google Birch you can find samples of the color. Many samples represent a good neutral light color.

  4. To enhance your natural beauty, it is not really necessary to cake yourself up with heavy makeup that may not appear natural. A natural makeup tutorial will help you achieve the perfect look that compliments your natural look, your skin tone, your eye color and the occasion as well.

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