The lovely darlings over at Ralo Cosmetics have given us a few goodies to give away. Yesterday we featured the products on a small review, which you can see here.
So if you would like to get your hands on 3 gorgeous nail polishes…and 3 gorgeous lipsticks…AND 3 gorgeous lip glosses
Full hamper details –
Ralo Professional Nail Polish Code 94 in Orange Crush
Ralo Professional Nail Polish Code 93 in Strawberry
Ralo Professional Nail Polish Code 92 in Sugar Pink
Ralo Diam Lipstick Code 60 Diam Sunset Boulevard
Ralo Diam Lipstick Code 62 in Peppermint Pink
Ralo Diam Lipstick Code 64 in Vixen
Ralo Lip Gloss Code 20 in Dusty Pink
Ralo Lip Gloss Code 18 in Cocktail Burst
Ralo Lip Gloss Code 17 in Pink Paradise
Follow these three easy steps!
1. Like Ralo Cosmetics on Facebook (if you don’t do so already!).
2. Like Pout Perfection on Facebook (if you don’t do so already!).
3. Fill in the contact form (if it does not appear that means that the competition is closed.
1. Competition is only open to residents of South Africa.
2. The competition closes on Friday 28 February at 10am and the winners will be notified via email to get full details for postage of their prize and then will be announced via blog post later that day.
Good luck and remember the entries closes on Friday 28 February. We will announce the winners once chosen.
UPDATE 28/02/2014 11:00AM – The competition is now closed. A winner will be selected shortly.
competition winner has been chosen and notified via email
Pout Out xoxo
related links: Perfect Pink Manicure
5 Minutes With Shajar Khan – Miss International SA 2013
Ever so Inspiring Simoné Meyer – Miss Teen International SA
A few weeks ago I was given some Ralo products to try out and to share my experiences with you. Prior to learning about Ralo Cosmetics from the lovely Simone and Shajar, I was a bit in the dark with regards to who they are and what they offer.
The brand is cheaper than most larger cosmetic competitors, and it easily rivals some of the more drugstore-type brands. Don’t let the packaging deceive you as the products work as they say they will; not to mention the staff are super helpful and friendly (unlike some major cosmetic brands!) which all in all means that they are not a bad stop for anyone that is possibly not sure of what they want or is on a tight budget.
The nail polish I’m wearing is Ralo Professional Nail Polish in 75 and retails for R39.50. It’s a matte-metallic pink. You can browse all the colours in this range here.
The bottle is plain, nothing fancy my only complaint was that the brush itself is quite short and unfortunately my brushs brissles were bent and sadly there is no name but just a number.
The polish itself is highly pigmented and with one coat my nail was completely covered, I did however put a second coat on top just because I’m OCD like that 😉
It took 4 days for my polish to start chipping, which in retrospect is not bad but it is certainly not along the likes of the higher salon brands where I can get two weeks wear before a chip – but then again in price Ralo beats them hands down.
You can find a Ralo Cosmetics in a major shopping centre near you or you can shop online to view their entire product range and offering.
You follow them on Twitter @RaloCosmetics and like them on Facebook too.
Disclaimer – This product was given to me for review purposes. This has in no way altered my view of these products.
Here is what Simoné Meyer, Miss Teen International SA, had to say and share with us in her own words….
My journey so far has been very eye opening, working in cooperation with the JAG foundation at their project called BullyProof. Since that is my platform to stand against bullying as I was bullied when I was in grade 6 all the way through until matric. I’ve become an ambassador for them since it’s better to work together than putting up a lot of different organizations that has no effect. Working with the JAG Foundation we are trying to incorporate a system in primary schools that will teach the children to stand up for themselves without it resulting in to violence.
The JAG BullyProof Foundation is trying to start at primary schools to develop the skills to stand up against bullying. Also trying to find why the bully is bullying other children. As a bully is also nothing less than a victim himself, he as well has somewhere to go when he wants to speak. So instead of punishing the bully we encourage the teachers and parents to go and look why he is acting in that way and try to help them, instead of making them more angry by punishment.
The Foundation also have a slogan that says “Don’t Stand By, Stand Up” Even a bystander is a victim or an encourager. If you watch and then do nothing about it as well as taking the bully’s side and laughing you are just as good as a bully. If the victim is too scared to go and talk to someone you should help them and try to convince them to go talk to a adult they can trust.
This is just a nutshell of what the JAG BullyProof Foundation is doing. They have a free manual that is downloadable since bullying is a epidemic that people too easily pass by as ‘growing up’ . Being their ambassador and teaching children not to tolerate bullying has made me a better person. We need to start standing up and stop standing by.
I’ve became an ambassador for Ralo Cosmetics because I believe in publicity. They can help me to advertise and promote my cause in return for me promoting their products – carrying their name as high as I possibly can. Ralo also has a wide range of cosmetics for any girl/woman’s needs. It’s market is wide and helping them opening more doors for them, making their horizon as wide as possible is also a task that made me become an ambassador for Ralo Cosmetics.
Miss Teen International South Africa
Your inner beauty cannot bullied
Thank you very much Simoné, for your time in responding to my questions and we will continue to watch your journey wishing you every success and more along the way. The world can learn a lot from determination as strong as yours! Never lose that. All the best with the rest of your journey and keep reaching for the stars!
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