Debenhams Beauty Club Awards 2015 – Vote Now!

debenhams beauty club awards 2015

It’s time for me to don my Beauty Judge Hat again (or should it be a Beauty Judge wig?) and help to sift out the best products that the industry has to offer. Work-wise, beauty judging is one of my favourite things to do. I really enjoy testing out loads of different products and comparing them, rating them, noting down their strengths and their failings. Not only does it bring me great joy to find something truly superb, it means that I have a wealth of information stored in the back of my mind about the kind of things that are being launched and how they perform. And so when it comes to reviewing makeup and skincare and fragrance for A Model Recommends, I have this whole mental database of what else is out there – it provides an extremely useful bit of context.

Anyway, I digress. It’s the Debenhams Beauty Club Awards* and although I’ll be sitting at the High Table as a big bad judge, it’s your votes that count. If you’re sick of seeing the same old products win, or you have strong opinions on what’s brilliant and what’s a load of old tat, then get voting! Five lucky people will win EVERYTHING that they’ve voted for in the awards, so it’s well worth spending a few minutes to make your thoughts known. You can vote online here or you can tweet your votes to Debenhams’ Beauty Club using the hashtag #BeautyClubAwards. You can also share your choices on Pinterest using the same hashtag or on Instagram copying in @DebenhamsBeauty.

debenhams beauty awards 2015

I’ve just been through to the online voting pages and it’s actually quite a therapeutic process – kind of like a quiz, but one that you can’t get wrong. Though I must say that there are so many products that I rate very highly – judging day will not be easy!

Vote in the Debenhams Beauty Club Awards 2015

*this is an advertorial for the Debenhams Beauty Club Awards 2015.

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