M.A.C Is Giving Away Free Lipsticks in Honor of #NationalLipstickDay


It’s actual; the exceptional things in existence are loose: buddies and circle of relatives, hugs, SLEEP. And lipstick? Well, yes, for at some point, most effectively. National Lipstick Day is this weekend (July 29), and at the birthday party of the vacation, MAC Cosmetics is giving away free lipstick with no strings attached.

No, MAC isn’t handing out throwaway hues or mini-sized bullets; we are getting the actual deal, and you do not even have to purchase to nab one for yourself if you take a ride in Save. The iconic lipsticks up for grabs include the nice and cozy, frosty gold “Tamarama,” the ambitious pink lip “Dare You” (for all you Ruby Woo fans available), and bubblegum red “Florabundi.” If you’re having MAC Heroine withdrawals (like me!), “Epic” may be as near as we get to the vibrant pink color.


From left:

Tamarama, Aloof, Delish, Florabundi, Moxie, Epic, Dare You, Chintz, Mixed Media


The offer stands for all digital buyers; however, you’ll spend $25 on your online order ($30 if you stay in Canada) to score loose lipstick and get unfastened transport. MAC lipsticks normally fee $18.50, so it is a win-win for anyone.

For each person who has never experienced the lip balm habit, it’s hard to apprehend. Compared to addictions, the economy, poverty, starvation, disorder, and personal tragedies, this problem is a minor inconvenience and nearly embarrassing. But for those who panic while we can’t locate our trusty lip balm and cannot leave home without it, it is an addiction most of us would like to interrupt. This is my story of how I cured my lip balm dependency. And it happened by accident and in only three days.

Over 40 years ago, I was delivered to Avon Dew Kiss Lip Dew inside the innocent searching purple tube using a fellow excessive college scholar. I cherished it. Not concerned about colored lipstick, I was pleased that this balm gave my lips a natural and wholesome-looking shine. Little did I realize how long my love for this product would remain or how essential it might be in my life.


It just appeared like a pleasing object to have accessible for bloodless, windy days in Idaho, where I lived. It wasn’t luxurious and turned into easy to get. “Ding-Dong, Avon Calling” intended my community Avon Lady to deliver my Lip Dew order. As I moved across the U.S., locating the local Avon distributor became the top of my to-do list after reaching my new home. If I couldn’t discover her right away and run out of Lip Dew, I’d replace Chapstick again within the antique days. However, it became too waxy and stupid back then, so I continually searched out my subsequent supplier.

How horrific turned into my habit?

I’d drive home if I left the house without Lip Dew and had time to move back domestically to get it. If making the return ride takes too long, I’d forestall at a shop and buy Bonnie Bell, Carmex, or Chapstick. Later on, the growing lip balm market gave me extra alternatives, along with Burt’s Bees and Neutrogena. Of course, once I turned into a home, I most effectively used Lip Dew. It remained in my favor. When I ordered it, I’d call 10 to 12 at a time and stash them all around the house and office.

I’d positioned a tube in every one of the handbags I used most frequently to make sure I failed to go away home without it. I generally had one in my pants or jacket pocket, forever overlooked when I did laundry, and left little grease stains all over my clothes. If “ubiquitous” can describe a product, it defined Lip Dew in my lifestyle; it became a gift everywhere.

I needed so many tubes accessible that I reapplied it every 15 to twenty minutes during the day, and if I awoke in the middle of the night, I’d grab my tube of Lip Dew on the nightstand. This has been a horrific addiction for many years.

You may want to debate whether or not the elements in lip balm motivate an addiction, and thanks to the Internet, gaining knowledge of this topic is simple. The pinnacle website is LipBalmAnonymous.Com, which lists many manufacturers and discusses the possibility of deliberately including substances to dry your lips so you crave extra lip balm.

This website is informative and interesting since it includes humor to assist struggling lip balm addicts loosen up their dependency. I wouldn’t say lip balm substances are physically addicting, like nicotine in cigarettes. However, no doubt repeating any motion frequently enough results in a mental addiction that is difficult to break.

The bodily attachment to lip balm may be because of licking your lips, which you’re probably no longer conscious you do. Licking wears off the cream, so you practice more. Why do you believe you studied the manufacturer’s upload flavors? It tastes correct, so you lick it! You lick it, and your lips dry, so apply extra lip balm. Result: You expand you’re delivery quicker and feature to shop for more!

Aly Jones
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