What is Divorce Beauty? It doesn't have to be about a divorce per se — just that impulse to start fresh by looking good!
And I'm not alone. Elure has won Best of awards from Allure and Essence, and gotten all kinds of media attention (although I like to think I was one of the first to recognize its brilliance).
But back to the campaign: Break Up. Get Even! means that 5 lucky winners will get brighter, more even-toned complexions with the elure product range — a $335 value.
Just LIKE the elure Facebook page and tell elure your worst breakup story. Feel free to include some of the dirty details (not too dirty; no names or locations) about why the breakup was memorable (or one of them; if you're like most midlifers, you've been through a few).
Most important: What you learned from it. Share your wisdom on how others can avoid a painful breakup.
The contest runs for 28 days: October 1 - October 28, 2012. Winners will be announced on October 29, 2012 on Twitter @elureskin and on Facebook
What's the significance of 28 days?
Well, it takes 21 days to break a habit, and 28 days to get a more even skin tone (buh-bye age spots) with elure. Fans can vote for their favorites, too, so if your friends support your breakup, let them help you feel better faster.
All about elure
"elure is the first clinically proven and professionally dispensed at-home skin brightening solution developed with the natural enzyme formulation Melanozyme, to gently yet quickly diminish the appearance of stubborn discoloration while correcting uneven skin tone to reveal a brighter, more glowing complexion for all skin types."
- elure Lotion: A rebalancing skin lotion with Melanozyme to brighten, soften, soothe and replenish your skin.
- elure Night Cream: Moisture rich complex with Melanozyme for a brighter and softer skin tone.
- elure Face Wash: Gentle cleanser lathers into a rich and creamy foam that removes dirt and dead skin debris to transform your skin from dull to radiant." [this alone made my skin radiant; it works on hands and chest too]
Taylor Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" can become your theme song for the month. Who says bad breakups are just for kids? (although you do have to be 18 or older so no letting your daughter in on the deal).
Happy Getting Even!
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