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Visions of Sugar Plums TrioThis little holiday elf is all kinds of giddy to share one of my all time favorite makeup brands with you and giveaway THREE of their SOLD OUT must-have Holiday Makeup Sets of the season! Are you familiar with IT Cosmetics? If not, allow me to tell you all about it. IT stands for Innovative Technology and that’s the essence of what this brand is all about. IT Cosmetics creates clinically proven, innovative problem-solving makeup and skin care products that harness cutting edge, anti-aging technologies and high performance, skin-loving ingredients to provide you with serious beauty solutions. And that’s why I love it so much! They combine active anti-aging skincare ingredients into makeup, giving you an impressive array of 2-in 1 results oriented products.

I am obsessed with their exclusive holiday Visions of Sugar Plums Holiday Trio (a $96 Value for $45.50.) This limited edition set contains a CC+ Radiance Ombré Bronzer in Warm Radiance ($34) for a buildable luminous sun-kissed glow and a CC+ Radiance Ombré Blush in Sugar Plum ($24) for a nice pop of color. These ombré pressed powders allow you to choose a matte or radiant finish or a bit of both, so that you can get whatever type of look you are going for.

But beyond the gorgeous illuminating pigments, what makes this bronzer and blush so special is that they are anti-aging, color correcting and formulated with Collagen, Peptides and Drops of Light Technology which nourish, brighten and treat your skin as well. Such gorgeous products and so much more than just a blush!

Plus the icing on the cake is that this set comes with an IT Cosmetics cult favorite Heavenly Luxe Angled Radiance #10 Brush ($38) which is super soft, dense and cut to hug the curves of your face and pick up, apply and blend the right amount of powder exactly where you want it. This brush is a must have!

Doesn’t this Makeup Trio sound fab? Would you like to enter to win a set of your own this holiday season? Here are the details of my fabulous Sparkly Holiday Giveaway:

*Full-Size CC+ Radiance Ombré Bronzer

*Full-Size CC+ Radiance Ombré Blush

*Heavenly Luxe Angled Radiance #10 brush

  • How to Enter: Please use the Rafflecopter Widget below for your entries. You can enter daily through tweeting & posting a comment on this blog post
  •  Restrictions: Must be 18+, US resident
    •  Contest Dates: 12/21/15 to 1/5/16 at 12 am EST

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  1. Every holiday spent with my family!

  2. Terri Irvin says:

    When I was a little girl, my mother took me to Sweden to see my grandmother and I saw snow for the first time. It was magical and it made the Christmas season very special to me.

  3. My favorite part of the holidays is making cookies with my family. We’ve done it since I was a child and it makes the best memories.

  4. Laura Royal says:

    Announcing our first pregnancy on Christmas was pretty amazing.

  5. patricia delgado says:

    When I was a child I got a doll that I had wished and hoped for all year and looking back my parents were not able to afford much for us by way of Christmas but they did whatever they could to get me that doll and I treasured it for many years.

  6. When I was 8, I woke up before everyone on Christmas and opened all my own presents… And everyone elses! I remember feeling really bad about it and I don’t remember what I said but it has been told as one of the best Christmas stories in our family.

  7. Bonny McDevitt says:

    I have to say almost every christmas as a kid my dad would decorate are tree so much more while we where sleeping with ribbons and bows. It was always so beautiful!

  8. I always loved leaving cookies out for Santa and my Dad would always take a bite!

  9. Kathy Davis says:

    My best memories are when my children were young, and they believed in Santa Clause.

  10. Natalie F says:

    My fondest memory was this past Holiday season. Being home with both my kids for 12 days straight, it was just so wonderful. Sorry that tomorrow is back to the real world, ugh! But so grateful for that time. The best thing we did was sledding.

  11. john hutchens says:

    my happiest memories of the holidays were when I was growing up . Christmas morning with my siblings was always so much fun

  12. My daughter and I made our own peppermint fudge hot chocolate! Thanks so much for the chances to win.

  13. Kathleen Richardson says:

    I love watching my children open up their gifts.

  14. My mom used to make popcorn balls and we would add food coloring to make them red and green. We also strung popcorn for garland for tree, but honestly we ate as much or more than we strung!

  15. Illy Junus says:

    My fondest memories for Christmas is always when all the families get together. And this Christmas finally after 3 years, my hubby can attend our family dinner. He always have to work

  16. Mary Gardner says:

    My favorite memory is when I was 6 and found my first bicycle under the tree from Santa!

  17. One of my best memories is baking with my mom while listening to Christmas music

  18. Emilee Bond says:

    This year was so great. My husband was able to get Christmas off for the first time in many years. He works at a hospital and its hard to get days off. We were able to stay in our PJ’s all day and play cards and games together. It was wonderful! The best by far.

  19. Laurie Nykaza says:

    We would go to my grandmothers and she would have baked 10 pies and cookies for all of us to have after dinner. We all had different favorites and she would make them all so special they were so good.

  20. Vanessa Williamson-Bailey says:

    Playing that hilarious “Pie Face” game with our whole family!

  21. One of my fondest memories for Christmas was cooking for my family for the first time, since my mom and mom in law usually do it. I cooked, had the family over at our house, and watched the kids get so excited opening all of their presents.

  22. Ashley Perez says:

    One of my fondest memories would have to be when we go to the homes of the people we would buy presents for and deliver the gifts. We would pick a family less fortunate than us and give them presents. It was nice seeing a smile on their face. (:

  23. Tracy Shafer says:

    Being young, and having a HUGE Christmas Eve party with my whole family. We have one now, but it’s just my parents, my sisters and their kids 😉

  24. Going with other church members to sing Christmas carols.

  25. My fondest memories is taking that first bite of my mom’s pumpkin pie and the whole family gathered around eating and talking. We always have pumpkin pie around the holidays so it’s such a special time.

  26. Jessica Miller says:

    I loved spending Christmas at my grandmas! I also remember when I was younger waiting at top of stairs on Christmas morning eating breakfast and enjoying day with my family.

  27. I actually think my happiest holiday memory was Christmas morning this year. 🙂 My daughter just turned two and so this was her first Christmas where she knew what was going on – basically. Seeing her come down the stairs to see what Santa brought her was just magical. There’s nothing like a child to make the holidays special.

  28. Alisha Lecroy says:

    My fondest holiday memory is my children’s first Christmas.

  29. Heather Hollands says:

    I had my daughter convinced that I couldn’t get the item she wanted for Christmas in her size. She opened that present last, and I loved seeing her look of surprise.

  30. Cassandra Eastman says:

    My fondest memory is when I was 4, we were visiting my Grandma during Christmas. After dinner on Christmas Eve all the cousins were getting ready for bed and my Grandma had Santa come visit! Something i’ll always remember.

  31. Rachel Beltz says:

    I remember having a neighbor come around to every child’s house with a gift! They would always bring me Pokemon related gifts. I was always in shock of how they knew about my favorite thing!

  32. veronica v says:

    The fondest memory I have is the last Christmas I was able to spend with my mother

  33. Darlene Carbajal says:

    My fondest memories are decorating with my family for the holidays.

  34. Katie Burnette says:

    My fondest memories are of doing many things with my daughters-black Friday shopping, cooking, wrapping, but really giving to others is the best. Even though we’re on a very limited budget, every year my girls get a few toys to specifically donate to other kids.

  35. Angela Saver says:

    I have great Christmas memories, but my first Christmas with my hubby 28 years ago in Germany was especially memorable because it was our first Christmas together!

  36. Karen Nadeau says:

    I love spending the holidays with my twin sister. One year I lost power and could not leave due to a tree in the road. She drove 3 hrs to pick me and my two little girls up so that I would not spend Christmas alone.

  37. Michelle Castagne says:

    My fondest Holiday Season memories are the last ones I shared with my best friend who passed away today.

  38. Every year is so special because of the time I get to spend with my family. I’m sure I have a specific favorite memory but the holiday season in general is such an amazing and wonderful time that I cherish every single year.

  39. Maryann D. says:

    My fond holiday memories are of when my brother and I were young and my mom and dad made Christmas cookies with us each year. We really looked forward to it and enjoyed the cookies too!

  40. When my grandparents stayed over on Christmas Eve and my grandpa and I woke up REALLY early and started opening presents before anyone else woke up

  41. Trisha Burgess says:

    My fondest memories are cooking with my grandma! I miss her but carry on her recipes and traditions!

  42. Some of my fondest memories were when my mom, sister and grandmother would all gather in the kitchen to cook and bake. We had fun and some of the best conversations ever.

  43. ELIZABETH C. says:


  44. merry Christmas !! I want this set for my mom ♥♥ cuz she works and it will be an amazing gift ♥

  45. My favorite Christmas memory was when my Grandpa was still around. I miss him so much. He always made the holidays special.

  46. Sandra Watts says:

    When I was a kid and my Uncle used to dress up as Santa and my Grandmother was still with us and we would go to her house.

  47. Taking hay rides and singing Christmas carols.

  48. amy pugmire says:

    I remember waking up around 5am xmas morning with my father and feeding the homeless at the homeless shelter. He is passed away now and that is one of my greatest memories! Not the presents I received over the years but serving others!

  49. Christmas eve we walk around the neighborhood and look at Christmas lights

  50. Caitlyn S. says:

    I wanted this set badly. I was looking at it a few weeks ago but didn’t really have the extra cash to splurge on myself until I knew what was ‘what’ for the kiddos for Christmas.
    my favorite memory was having thanksgiving with my mom and family, then black Frida y weekend we would get out tree and decorate it all weekend. it became a tradition. we had cathedral ceilings in the house that I grew up in, so the tree was always so tall and covered in gorgeous white lights and a white/cream theme. Miss those days 🙂

  51. One of my fondest memories was when I was a teenager and we got a puppy for Christmas.

  52. Stephanie Hartman says:

    Riding around on Christmas Eve looking at Christmas lights with my family.

  53. When I was a child I always loved going to my grandparents. They lived in an old farm house and had all of their children (14 kids) and their children over. I was very crowded, but always lots of fun.

  54. Karen Glatt says:

    One of my fondest Holiday season memories is when we had the whole family together and we had a big nice Christmas dinner with gift exchange and it was so special because it was the last Christmas I spent with my Mom. She passed shortly after Christmas in 2002. I just love the pictures from that time I had with her.

  55. Christy Peeples DuBois says:

    I honestly can’t say that I have one memory of Christmas that is fonder than the others. Every year being with my daughters and seeing their excitement and joy as they open their gifts makes my heart smile. I hope to never take that blessing for granted.

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