Haughty Cosmetics Makeup Review & Lip Gloss Giveaway!

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haughty cosmetics logoSassy Dove reached itsΒ Facebook goal and now it’s time for a great product review and a giveaway! This week’s loveliness comes from Haughty Cosmetics, a line of luxury, handcrafted makeup based out of Alexandria, VA that gives 50% of the profits from every single product they sell to fight violence against women. Isn’t that cool? Plus, they have a wealth of vegan products, including the glosses we’re giving away today!

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Haughty Cosmetics Intensify Eye Shadow Palette ReviewI got the opportunity to try Haughty’s (get it? “hottie”? Heh) Intensify eyeshadow palette ($34), made just for blue-eyed babes like me. I have always been attracted to warm, neutral, brown and gold shades, probably because of my baby-blue peepers. The velvety case this quad comes it makes you instantly think of luxury. I used the gold shade on my inner corners and the taupe-grey on my outer lids, blending in and intensifying (ha) with the dark brown in the crease. Perfecto!

Haughty Cosmetics Inspire Lip Gloss

Haughty Cosmetics Give Lip Gloss

Enter below to win our giveaway for two of Haughty Cosmetics’ best selling lip glosses: Inspire (a lovely rosy mauve) and Give (a wearable holiday-friendly red). Both vegan, both beautiful, a $36 value and possibly yours for free!

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Legal mumbo jumbo: I received these products for free from Haughty Cosmetics to provide as prizes to our readers – I received no other compensation for this post. Contest runs until Monday, November 11th and is open to US residents only.Β 

8 thoughts on “Haughty Cosmetics Makeup Review & Lip Gloss Giveaway!”

  1. Thank you to you and the sponsor for this fun giveaway and this beautiful prize! I love the colors and I love that they are vegan too as I am such an animal lover! SO grateful to have won! : D

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