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Studio Gear Cosmetics Holiday Smokey Eye Palette


With twinkling lights and festive decorations lined in sequence, the holidays are quickly approaching and one of my favorite looks this season is the smokey eye. A stark contrast from my more traditional nude palette, the Studio Gear Holiday Smokey Eye creates a sultry effect that's sure to add drama to your everyday look. Since Raquel Welch, Ava Gardner and Bridget Bardot showed us the importance of dressing up the eyes, this glamorous look smolders like a Christmas Eve fireplace. Perfectly packaged and equipped with simple to follow instructions, each shade is ideal for mixing and matching... and the result of your makeup artistry feels fresh and very old Hollywood. If you haven't heard of Studio Gear Cosmetics, let me tell you a little about their wonderful company. 
Founded in 1996 by longtime industry professionals, John Avolio and Steve Rohr, their world-class cosmetic and skincare products are available at Ulta Beauty locations, select Dillard's locations, and online at www.studiogearcosmetics.com. They offer a brush guarantee and a blogger and artist program that you'll definitely want to check out!
As a special gift to you, Studio Gear Cosmetics is also offering a 10% discount... just use the code below at the time of checkout for great savings on great products! 
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 This code does not expire and is good for 10% off your entire order on http://www.studiogearcosmetics.com 

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