Enter the 2011 Mary Kay® Makeover Contest

Published 04.15.11

The entry/submission phase of the 2011 Mary Kay® Makeover Contest – Get Beautiful, Give Back – has begun!

From April 15 – June 15, encourage your customers to visit you for a complimentary personalized makeover, take before-and-after photos, and you can upload their photos on the contest site for them! Get your customers excited about entering between April 15 – May 1, and you will have the opportunity to win a fabulous Dooney & Bourke® Tote!

There are two ways to enter. You can begin the entry process on behalf of your customer and then your customer can complete the entry, or she can start and finish the entry process herself. If you’d like to begin the entry process, go to www.mkmakeovercontest.com; your customers can access the site on your Mary Kay® Personal Web Site.

IMPORTANT REMINDER: Although you may have started the entry process for your customer by uploading her before-and-after photos, your customer still needs to complete, approve and submit her entry to be counted toward your eligible entries. When her entry is approved, she’ll receive an email informing her of the approval, and you’ll receive an email stating that her entry has been completed. All entries must be completed and approved to count toward contest prizes

We’ve heard that you are excited about the opportunity to win a Habitat for Humanity home build as part of the Independent Beauty Consultant Makeover Participation Incentive, and know you may have some questions. Since the Habitat for Humanity home build is a Mary Kay incentive, in partnership with Habitat for Humanity International, it’s possible that your local Habitat for Humanity might not have all of the details surrounding the promotion. Therefore, please do not contact your local Habitat for Humanity affiliate about the incentive. Please refer to these FAQs for more details.

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