Halloween Beauty “Spooktacular” Giveaway – Feat. Ulta and Formula X! [Closed]

Published on September 27, 2014 by   ·   7 Comments

Alright glamour ghouls, Miss Jaye’s favorite holiday is just around the corner and she’s ready to celebrate by giving away some fabulous goodies by Ulta and Formula X for Sephora!

We’ve got three fabulous prizes up for grabs:

Prize 1: Elsa’s Frozen Formula X Manicure


Disney’s Frozen is HUGE and you know there’s going to be a bajillion drag queens belting out “Let It Go” the closer we get to All Hallow’s Eve!  With this 2-piece set, you can create an icy cool manicure or pedicure look perfectly suited for your entrance as Elsa.  Both polishes are by Formula X for Sephora; The blue color is JuJu, from the Holographics collection, and would look great by itself or for an extra snowy treat you can add Wham!, a white confetti polish from the Explosives collection, over the top!  It’s a blizzard right on your nails! 

Prize 2: ULTA-mate Black & White Eye Collection


This 4-piece collection may not have a ton of color – it’s only black, white, and shades of gray – but there are lots of amazing possibilities!  Create a great look as a skeleton or a black cat, add some smoky sexiness to your undead diva, or maybe put your skills to the test and try to create Detox’s heart-stopping black & white photo makeup look!  Whatever you decide to try, you’ll have a quartet of great products from Ulta’s store line: Extreme Wear eyeshadow primer, the Ulta Complete Eye collection with 4 shadows and a powder liner in Metal, BountiFull Lash Fortifying Mascara in Jet Black, and the Dual-Ended Eye Liner pencil in Black and Deep Brown.

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(This is actually a color photo of Detox!  The B&W effect is all makeup!)

Prize 3: Bewitching & Beautiful by Formula X


These 4 Formula X for Sephora polishes are perfect for casting a glamorous spell over your next manicure!  Start with the magical purple base color Brainchild, and then choose an Explosives collection confetti top coat to go over the top: Blast Off (black confetti), Bombshell (black and orange confetti), or Bionic (black and green confetti).

So many ghoulishly glamorous possibilities!  And all you have to do to enter is comment below and tell us your favorite Halloween costume that you’ve ever had!  All comments* that are entered before 11:59 pm central time on October 19 will be entered into a random drawing for a chance to win one of our 3 prize packages!  It’s so simple, it’s scary!  So get commenting, and don’t forget to sign up for email updates so you can find out whenever we add new giveaways!

(Open to US residents only)

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Readers Comments (7)
  1. Minneapolismama says:

    My favorite Halloween costume was the universe! I wore a flowy, black dress with a tulle train covered in stars. It was all topped off with a moon mask.

  2. Trista Jaszczak says:

    My favorite costume?? Going with my little black cat costume. A mix of hot pink and black with tons of glitter. It was cute and sassy

  3. Mariaelena says:

    My favorite was when I was an angel and wife these huge pretty feathered wings. :)

  4. Lauren O says:

    My favorite Halloween costume was probably a pink power ranger. I think my best Halloween costume ever is still yet to come.

  5. Trinity (Jason) says:

    I would have to say that my favorite halloween costume was when I was 11 I went as dracula. I know it is rather cliche, but I was the best vampire in school. I even had blood pellets to make it look like i had fed recently.

  6. Misty says:

    My fave Halloween costume was a super tight red shiny latex dress that had a full skirt with black crinoline underneath I think from Hot Topic, I went as a devil and found these clip in devil ears and tail I had to sew onto dress and crazy choker with knee high patent leather boots and this “pitchfork”, it was worn out to a club and was a huge hit… Plus the Drag Queen sparkly red makeup was fabulous… My early 20’s were so much fun :)

  7. Layla says:

    Well, the thing is, nails are so small it’s difficult to get a full word on the nail aawnyy. I don’t think it’s worth the trouble of trying to transfer the print twice just to make the letters readable.

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