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Happy Faeriwood Birthday Giveaway!

This week marks the 3rd anniversary of our re-launch as Faeriwood.com from our old life as Bex's Fashion Tips. It seems like an absolute lifetime since we made the switch and so much has changed since then in both Michelle and my lives. 

To mark the occasion I thought I'd celebrate with a little giveaway with some of my favourite brands and products I have reviewed on the blog or featured on social media. 

So what are the prizes?! Well I went a bit mad.


A £20 Voucher kindly donated by Ground Espresso available to redeem in any of their stores



A gorgeous scented candle, again donated, by Filthy Velvet in the scent Hot Mama. 



Neary Nogs Artisan Chocolate Rebel Fudgery. Your choice of the above Chai, Espresso, or Irish Cream flavours. 


Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream from Burts Bees



La Roche-Posay Lipikar Baume AP+. 



Senna Cosmetics Stardust highlighting powder duo & Sparkling Lip Lacquer. 



Ciaté Pillow Fight Paint Pot


and finally Soap & Glory Sugar Crush Body Wash, Body Buttercream, and Hand Food.


The terms of the competition are simple! Just fill in the rafflecopter form below by following us on facebook and twitter, each option gains extra entries. The closing date is Saturday 5th March at Midnight. This competition is open to the UK & Ireland.





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Comments

  1. Happy anniversary! I would be most interested in the Senna makeup as I have heard lots of good things about the brand and always love trying new pretty makeup products!

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  2. Not sure I could choose a favourite! Possibly a tie between fudge and the senna products.

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    1. Nico Law by the way. That's me.

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  3. HAPPY BLOGGY BIRTHDAY!!!! Three years?? dedication, lady :)
    I'm a HUGE fan of the Filthy Velvet candles but also interested in the Senna make up - a brand I've never tried!
    Gillian  xx  EyelinerFlicks.com

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  4. The Soap and Glory Goodies

    Lynsey Buchanan

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  5. Happy Anniversary faeriewood! Would love to win, nearynogs and senna are what I've got my eye on ;) xx

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  6. The candle! It sounds such a gorgeous scent

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