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Brighton bloggers – be a Bésame reviewer

2 February 2014 11 Comments

To celebrate becoming the sole European Distributor for Bésame Cosmetics, Vintage Hair Lounge is offering Brighton bloggers the chance to try one the vintage makeup company’s brand new products!

Besame vintage cosmetics

Through VHL Distribution, award-winning makeup artist Sharon Holloway provides retail stockists with expertise on vintage looks and advice on how to use Bésame’s bespoke line of lipsticks, lip balms, powders, foundations, eyeliner/mascara and rouge.

Now opening up the world of vintage cosmetics to online vintage fans, VHL has also launched an online store – www.vhlemporium.com – retailing Bésame and with more of their favourite products to come.

Besame vintage cosmetics cake mascara

One of the newest items on offer is the Cake Mascara/Eyeliner and Eyebrow Enhancer Kit and we’re looking for five Brighton bloggers to try them out!

The compact can be used as eyeliner for a cat eye effect and promises to make lashes and brow “appear longer, darker, more luxuriant…creating depth and definition”. The double-ended brushes can also be rinsed after use, making them more hygienic, and used to reapply and layered upon without clumping.

Besame vintage cosmetics cake mascara

If you’re a local blogger and want to review one of these kits, worth £22, on your site – simply leave a comment below with a link to your site and we’ll be in touch if your blog is chosen.

We’d also love to feature your new lash looks on www.vintagebrighton.com, giving your blogs the recognition they deserve.

Bloggers have now been chosen but watch this space for more to come from Bésame and VHL Distribution!

Start the conversation...


  • Sadie Doherty said:

    I love Bésame and am always keen to try new ways of getting the perfect eyebrows!

  • Lily Robertson said:

    This looks stunning! What a beautiful brand! X

  • Hannah Carrick said:

    What a beautiful set from Besame, love the brand- quality products and wonderfully authentic packaging!

  • Jennie Davies said:

    WOW! Such a beautiful product! I would love to review this. I’m still on the search for the best product to achieve a cat eye look and have used several different brands of gel / liquid / pencil eyeliners. This looks like it might be a winner!

  • Alexxa B said:

    Hiya I have a big following on facebook (over 2,500 friends). I’m currently producing and starring in a silent film and show about Clara Bow, silent movie actress. She promoted WINX cake mascara and other products in adverts in the 1902s. I’d happily review your products and post links on my wall, maybe even review them from Clara Bow’s point of view! maybe we could do an advert for you, in return for freebies or sponsorship of the film/show? I was going to include a scene where Clara does a make up ad!!

    Alexxa B

    (Alexa Flexa B on facebook)

  • Lauren said:

    I’d love to try this out, i’m an avid gel liner user normally so this would be interesting to compare! Plus i’m all about the brows!

  • Shelley said:

    Oh my! This would be brilliant. I’m in need of some fabulous pin up eyebrows (shh, don’t tell anyone but mine are barely there). X

  • Amber Rose Theron said:

    Heya, I run a Pin Up/Vintage blog which is based around affordability and accessibilty mainly aimed at UK audience as I live just outside Brighton. Would love to start doing some reviews :-)

  • Lady Jardin/Emma said:

    I would LOVE to have a chance to try out Besame’s products! I have lusted after them for such a long time but never been able to get my mitts on anything.

    I’m in need of a new eyeliner and eyebrow kit, and this looks like it would be prefect! keeping my fingers and toes crossed :)

    blog relaunch next week! woop!


  • Jessica Jade said:

    I would love the opportunity to review this. I am an eyebrow guru and currently running a series on eyebrows and this would be perfect!
    Kind regards

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