For the #AvonDareToBe product review club, 200 women were selected from the survey they completed to review the latest Avon makeup products. Each woman received an Avon Ultra Colour Bold Lipstick in one of the 10 new shades and an Avon Big & Daring Volume Mascara in either black or black brown. These women were tasked with stepping out of their comfort zone and to go bolder than they have ever gone before using their new #AvonDareToBe lipstick and mascara. They also needed to share their bold experience in the form of a review with bold photographs or to create a video using their Avon products. For some, this was a tasked they embraced and pushed the BOLDOMeter, and for others this challenge was a little more daunting.
Beauty Bulletin says;
Catherine our beauty editor had this to say in her #AvonDareToBe video review, “I know that some people are a little bit scared to go bold and stand out, I know I am usually quite scared because I would think that I am going to stand out but now I think that is rubbish and I think we should all embrace colour this summer.” See more from Catherine on Avon and going bold here.
“Now it is time for the cherry on the top, vivid violet! I love this colour and it is so moist too.” For Lori’s complete bold look, watch her #AvonDaretoBe video review here.
“One application and it looked like a million dollars! The quality of avon lipstick is extrodinary! I applied it only once and it stayed on even after many cups of coffee!” Chantelle. Read more.
“I would make the selling point of this mascara that it is clump free because I have never had a clump free mascara and this one is.” Watch Rita go bold with Avon, view her video review here.
“This lipstick stays on my lips for about 3 hours which isn’t bad because usually I have to reapply my lipstick every hour or sometimes even more often than that.” Adel creates her daring Avon look, watch her video review here.
“The before and after photos are a clear indication of how effective the mascara can be. Washing the mascara off my lashes proved a bit of a challenge. It was incredibly difficult to remove (I guess that’s a bonus if you’re a crier, LOL!), but really frustrating when you’re in a hurry.” Wendy. Read more
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