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StyleCraze.com Voucher worth Rs.1000/- giveaway

Girls! I have some good news, finally, about the giveaway.

You all know about the Glossybox giveaway issue, right?*

StyleCraze.com has been my knight in shining armor during this trying time. They have very graciously stepped in and offered to instead sponsor the prize - which is a gift voucher worth Rs. 1000/- for the winner of the giveaway to shop at their site! Chetna who runs the site, has been extremely kind and responsive over the last 24 hours where we have exchanged quite a few mails to work this thing out. I had decided to pay for the voucher myself but Chetna wouldn't hear of it.

I have previously shopped at their site, twice in fact. They deliver within 3 days, and also have amazing discounts running on almost all products (NYX at 25% off currently!). They also stock a wide variety of brands in both skincare & makeup, so I am sure that the winner of this giveaway will have a great time & experience encashing the voucher, all from the comfort of their home / office. In case you have not gone through their site - this is the link.

I have extended the giveaway till next Tuesday - 28th February.

The giveaway is easy to enter. You only need to


  • Be a public follower of this blog and 
  • Like StyleCraze's Facebook Page (this option is mandatory for all those who will be participating from today (23rd Feb) onwards. If you participated earlier, this is an optional step for you girls)
  • Please use Rafflecopter below to enter. It helps me collate the entries automatically.
Thank you to you dear readers, for your support. And also to Stylecraze.com for helping out at the last minute, sponsoring the prize and being so nice about it. 




a Rafflecopter giveaway

*Glossybox have responded and said that they will give an alternate substitute prize (not the glossybox though) to the winner. But somehow their tendency to not respond to my mails for days on end, has me feeling jittery. I'm not sure I can rely on them to deliver to the winner in time something that is equally valuable or useful. 

Comments

  1. dats really nice of her..
    done :) fingers crossed

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  2. Done :)I know how entire "Glossybox" hullabaloo has flopped .. was very disappointing.

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  3. done :) Thats really sweet of you Chetna :)

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  4. Is this what stylecraze was tweeting about the other day??

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    1. ?? :P Emm, not sure which tweets you are talking about?? :)

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  5. entered :)
    yeah i knw chetana is really sweet. alwz efficient and quick wt replies.

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  6. entered..this why I love stylecraze for..they have really nice cc service <3

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  7. I am following your blog with Gfc name manya, My facebook name is Tapaswini swain, I have liked stylecraze page as well!

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  8. See! Indian brand wins over firang anyday!! :P

    Thanx Chetna.you guys do an awesome job! xoxo

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  9. datz very sweet n sensible of stylecraze...:)

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  10. entered too!! congrats to u and Stylecraze...Glossybox India was such a disaster...

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  11. Entered. Following as Meera Viswanathan. Liked the FB page.

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  12. done.. i love shopping from stylecraze..

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  13. done.. i love shopping from stylecrazee.. :-):-)

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  14. entered!
    GFC : shruthi venkatesh
    FB : shruthi venkatesh

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