{Test This} Victoria McGill EyeDefining Contour Strips

What’s in both celeb makeup artists Patrick Eichler and Jennifer Snowdon’s bag of tricks? Victoria McGill EyeDefining Contour strips (retail value: $9.99 for 16)–little crescent-shaped adhesives that give you a “non-surgical eyelid lift…instantly!” according to the company.

The strips are made from surgical grade adhesive cut to fit the crease of your eyebrow. Each one is coated with “makeup-gripping” material to hold eyeshadow. Just “moisturize, apply the strip, apply makeup” and the strips will “tuck and hold eyelid skin in its more youthful position.” They’re “comfortable, discreet and nearly invisible,” according to the company.

If it’s good enough for the stars, it must work on ordinary FOFs too…right? We want you to test them and tell us!

150 FOFs will put Victoria McGill EyeDefining to the test and report back.

For a chance to win, leave a comment below.
(See all our past winners, here.) (See official rules, here.) Contest closes June 20, 2012 at midnight E.S.T.

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