Fresh Let It Glow Giveaway!

Beauties, I’m turning into my mother.

Remember last month when I boasted about being a Gift Whisperer? I’m not denying I possess the gift. However, the downside of being a Gift Whisperer is that often I pick up gifts waaaaaaay before the gift giving event and find them later when the event (in this case Christmas) has become a faded memory.  

My mother did the same thing. I will NEVER forget the year of the Easy Bake Oven circa 1963. It was even turquoise just like our kitchen. I didn’t just ask Santa Clause–I pleaded with him. I wanted that oven more than anything else on earth.

In our family, Santa’s presents were left upwrapped under the tree. I think I was about maybe 8 years old (I know I hung on to the Santa thing too long) and I rushed downstairs on Christmas morning to find an easel–yeah, you read that correctly–a dumb easel–chalkboard on one side, paper & paints on the other–hardly a cool baking machine. Finally when the grownups got up I asked my mom why Santa hadn’t brought me my coveted Easy Bake Oven. She got a panicked look on her face, disappeared to the garage and then told me–“oh honey, Santa accidently left your Easy Bake Oven in the trunk of my car!” Uh, yeah riiiiiight mom! At that moment, I was just so overjoyed to get the oven I didn’t care if it came from outer space. But later, I realized for the first time that my brother and sister were right and there was no Santa. Thanks a lot mom.

Anywaaaay, my loss of memory is your gain beauties, because today’s giveaway is the Fresh Let It Glow gift set I got for somebodyand just found it stashed on a closet shelf this week. The set includes the new Fresh Sugar Plum Lip Treatment, a mini tube of Fresh Twilight FreshFace Glow, a mini tube of Fresh Supernova Mascara and a sample of Fresh Citron de Vigne eau de parfum.

The giveaway is limited to residents over 18 of the U.S. & Canada. Giveaway ends at midnight PST January 28. One winner will be chosen by random.org  Entering is easy, just tell me when you quit believing in Santa Clause.

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  • phxbne

    I was about 7 or 8? Kind of old I think

    • cindy

      I was 9 I think! Held on for a long time.

  • Tracey Byram

    There’s no Santa? Say it ain’t so. Then who is eating the cookies and drinking the milk that I set out?

    • cindy

      There is still a Santa in your heart Tracey! As for the cookies and milk–I’d guess any male in the house :)

  • Clover

    I discovered Santa’s stash of gifts at about age 9. Sigh.

    Cheers,
    Clover

  • Clover

    I also am a new RSS subscriber. Great blog!

    Cheers,
    Clover

  • sunchicka

    Age 10, thanks to a letter received from santa clause at age 8.

  • Vickie Riddle

    WHAT? There’s no Santa?

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  • Amy

    I stopped believing in Santa when all the kids in my first grade class got together and told each other there was no Santa.

    Thanks!

    amybelle2001 at gmail dot com

  • S Carter

    I think 5 because my older cousins told me.

  • Amy Perez

    I stopped believing in St. Nick when I was about 10- I finally added up all the clues left by my parents…price-tags on gifts, receipts, and the like. :-)

    daring2bdifferent[at]roadrunner[dot]com

  • Elaine R

    I believed until grade 2 when a mean classmate told me that Santa was not real-I was so upset!

  • Dee

    I think it was 4th grade when some kids told me he didn’t exist but I really didn’t quit. Sometimes I like to pretend he does! :)

  • Dee

    fb fan Dee G. thanks!

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  • Nina

    I don’t think I ever believed in Santa 😀

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    Liked on Facebook (Niña Sagarbarria)

  • Lynda

    i quit believing when i got presents even though i didn’t hang up my sock (when i was 6 yrs old)

  • Lynda

    i like primebeauty on fb

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    i subscribe to rss

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    i follow on twitter (@oshkoshbgosh123)

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  • Rebecca

    At 5 I saw my dad sneaking around with a towel on his head!! That ruined it for me! Great giveaway!

  • Donna K

    I still belive in the “spirit” of Santa Claus. : )

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  • http://www.beautifymylifeblog.com Jessica @ Beautify My Life

    I never had a traumatic Santa realization, but I think I was probably 8 or 9 when all the kids at school started talking about it.

    Oh, and I do the same thing with gifts – I often find things I had stashed away!

  • Kris

    I was really little when I realized that Santa Claus’s handwriting was the same as my mom’s! Maybe 5 or 6? I didn’t let go of the hope for a while, though.

  • DalaLuz

    I still believe in Santa :-) He is alive wherever people love to shower each other with thought out gifts, especially while done secretly :-)
    I follow you on twitter and here is my tweet: http://twitter.com/DalaLuz/status/31029343572459522
    I liked you on FB as Lucia de Meijer-Kerns and subscribe to your RSS feed
    my mail is lucia(at)demeijer(dot)com

  • http://lifeloveandglister.blogspot.com Alexandria

    Thanks for sharing your experience. SO Cute :) I stopped believing when my mom wrote Merry Christmas HO HO HO on a card that I made for Santa. I realized that it was her hand writing the next day lol…not to mention I found her work boots with baby powder residue on the bottom where she made foot prints from our tree to the fire place lol.

    • cindy

      Awww, the LOVE the footprint idea! I’ll have to wait for grandchildren to do that now!

  • http://lifeloveandglister.blogspot.com Alexandria

    following you on twitter