A Collabration Blog Giveaway

Monday, November 5, 2012



IN COLLABORATION WITH I LOVE CONTACT LENS SHOP,
ANOTHER BLOG GIVE AWAY AWAITS YOU!
Win a pair of non graded contact lens of your choice from
I LOVE CONTACT LENS SHOP! And a forever 21 dress from FABCHIC SHOP!
Me wearing a pair of it in ruby gray from I LOVE CONTACT LENS SHOP,so comfortable and easy to wear!  You can choose a variety of designs and styles by clicking and hitting like on this page in facebook:I love contact lens shop.:)
Also by joining,you can win this FAB and CHIC AZTEC FOREVER 21 DRESS from FABCHIC SHOP!

Join by following this simple steps:
Like I love contact lens shop page in facebook: I LOVE CONTACT LENS SHOP
Like Jaqui Perez’s page in Facebook: JAQUI PEREZ(FABCHIC SHOP)
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Comment on facebook's photo HERE in this format:
I want I Love Contact lens and Fabchic Shop’s Giveaway!
       Name,Facebook username,Email address and contact details.

This BLOG GIVEAWAY will start on Nov 7,2012 and will end on Nov 14, 2012 at 12 midnight Philippine time.
This giveaway is open for Philippine readers only.
Two lucky winners will be chosen via random.org. And will be announced on Nov 15 at 10 am via BLOG and FACEBOOK POSTS. 

We will give 48 hours for the lucky winners to contact us via facebook page,JAQUI PEREZ 

GOODLUCK LADIES!! BE FASHIONABLE,BE FAB AND CHIC THIS COMING YULETTIDE SEASON!!
ADVANCE MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!! 






2 comments:

  1. Hi there! Keep it up! This is a good read. You have such an interesting and informative page. I will be looking forward to visit your page again and for your other posts as well. Thank you for sharing your thoughts about contact lenses in your area. I am glad to stop by your site and know more about contact lenses.
    It was not until 1887 that a German glassblower, F.E. Muller, produced the first eye covering to be seen through and tolerated.[8] In 1887, the German ophthalmologist Adolf Gaston Eugen Fick constructed and fitted the first successful contact lens. While working in Zürich, he described fabricating afocal scleral contact shells, which rested on the less sensitive rim of tissue around the cornea, and experimentally fitting them: initially on rabbits, then on himself, and lastly on a small group of volunteers. These lenses were made from heavy blown glass and were 18–21mm in diameter. Fick filled the empty space between cornea/callosity and glass with a dextrose solution. He published his work, "Contactbrille", in the journal Archiv für Augenheilkunde in March 1888.
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  2. hi jackie! thanks for sharing inputs about contact lenses!! :) more power to u and ur endeavors as well :) Godbless!!

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