COVERGIRL’s #GirlsCan: Do Whatever You Put Your Mind To + $25 Wal Mart gift card GIVEAWAY!

Disclaimer: This post is brought to you by CoverGirl, as always all thoughts and opinions remain my own. 


Hey Girls!

Being a mom of a tween girl means that I have someone looking up to me and I take that role very seriously. I want to show my daughter that she can do whatever she puts her mind to, achieve her goals and make her dreams come true. COVERGIRL knows that #GirlsCan reach their goals and live out their dreams and they want to make sure we look fabulous while doing so 🙂


For a limited time, look for specially marked products by COVERGIRL including their Flamed Out Mascara and their Professional All-In-One Mascara. You can find the #GirlsCan display at your local Wal Mart.

This November, COVERGIRL is donating $50,000 to Dress for Success®, an international not-for-profit organization that promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing  professional attire, a network of support, and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and life.

My daughter has dreams of being a professional dancer and one day dancing for the Joffery Ballet. I encourage her all the time and I am of course her personal driver that takes her back and forth to dance class 5 nights out of the week.

Well hello lashes :)

Well hello lashes 🙂

Just because I am a mom and a personal driver for a 10 year old doesn’t mean I can look fierce and fabulous while doing it 😉


I am in love with COVERGIRL’s Flamed Out Mascara, the design of the brush reaches even the shortest of hair. I love how you can really build up the intensity to your liking. It also doesn’t smudge or flake and is easy to remove a the end of the night. My lashes felt weightless and looked so much longer and thicker than they usually do.


Would you like to try out the Flamed Mascara or the Professional All-In-One Mascara by COVERGIRL then enter for your chance to win a $25 Wal Mart gift card.
a Rafflecopter giveaway


Official Rules: This giveaway is open to residents of the U.S. The winner will have 24 hours to claim their prize by responding with their full name and mailing address, if they do not claim their prize within 24 hours a new winner will be chosen. The prize is fulfilled by the sponsor Diva Locks can not be held responsible for lost or not received prizes. I will do my best to help you by contacting the sponsor in the event that occurs. Good Luck!

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33 Responses to COVERGIRL’s #GirlsCan: Do Whatever You Put Your Mind To + $25 Wal Mart gift card GIVEAWAY!

  1. shirley says:

    I did a “can” and moved and took a new job.

  2. April says:

    Quitting a great job for a job I’d love to do

  3. Debbi Wellenstein says:

    I turned a can’t into a can when I married my husband.

  4. steven weber says:

    I turned a can’t get full time salaried job into a CAN get full time salary job.

  5. Julie Wood says:

    I was tired of calling a plumber and paying big bucks to have my plumbing taken care of. But, the kitchen sink faucet would not stop dripping, and I did not want to shell out more money to the plumber. So I took charge and told myself that you can fix this faucet! I learned every thing I could about faucets at Home Depot and fixed my faucet and now it does not drip! I can fix any faucet in my house now! I can fix things in my home and not be intimidated by it!!

  6. Janet W. says:

    I turned a can’t into a can when I graduated from college and got my first teaching job! I was the first in my family to graduate from college.

  7. Stephanie says:

    dont let anything get in your way!

  8. Caroline Wampler says:

    I turned a can’t (lose weight) into a can (when I started running!)

  9. Elena says:

    I turned can’t into can when I got my degree

  10. Cynthia R says:

    I turned a can’t to a can when I went to the hardware store, changed the locks, and got a divorce!

  11. tina m says:

    i moved to japan when i was 19.

  12. shaunie says:

    I was not losing weight as fast as I would have liked. I blamed everything around me. Then began to focus on myself, a plan and a goal. I turned my cant into a can. Now I am much lighter with the help of my food and exercise regimen.

  13. Barbara Montag says:

    I got out of an unhappy marriage and built a new life.
    thank you

  14. Laura J says:

    After my divorce, I took my 3 year old to disney all by myself. My mom and dad said it was too much for just me…but I planned it all out…we flew on the plane, and the staff at the airport was great helping me get everything to our rental car place(had stoller, carseat, luggage). We had the BEST time!

  15. HS says:

    My #GirlCan moment was to run the first marathon.

  16. Maryann D. says:

    I turned a can’t into a can when I encouraged my daughter to take a job that she was not sure she wanted to take.

  17. Cynthia C says:

    During a stressful time in my life I decided to do something positive, so I enrolled in grad school and got an advanced degree.

  18. Amy Orvin says:

    I had the best batting average on the baseball male team just cause I can

  19. latanya says:

    I got my master’s degree while working a stressful full time job

  20. Jennifer Marie says:

    I started a new job when everyone else thought I wouldn’t be able to.

  21. Madeline says:

    I planned and executed our first Thanksgiving dinner for our family last year. Hopefully it will be as successful this year!

  22. Gina M (Wild Orchid) says:

    I went from not being able to run to running a 5k!

    Entered the rafflecopter form as “Wild Orchid”

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  23. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I started running daily about 2 months ago. I never thought I could and its an amazing feeling!

  24. Susan Smith says:

    I turned a can’t (losing weight) into a can (when I started working out) and have lost 60 pounds.

  25. shelly peterson says:

    2 of my siblings did not graduate from high school and one another did but 2 years late and I was able to graduate and on time, I’m sure some thought I wouldn’t.

  26. Lisa Garner says:

    I turned a can’t into a can by finishing nursing school as a single mom.

  27. Stephanie Larison says:

    I thought I’d never be able to work for myself, I’m so glad I changed my mind and found the strength to push forward.

  28. Julie Simpson says:

    I turned being disabled by the age of 29 and I can’t work I can barely walk I can’t buy my kids anything for Christmas for the 9th year in a row. I went through all this while being married so I turned can’t be in this marriage anymore to I can kick you out of my house. That was 12 hard years ago and I would not change a thing! Turns out I can do better on my own for my kids who are now great adults.

  29. Sarah L says:

    I can’t change a light switch? Read books about it (before the internet) and learned how. Now I can change light switches and even re-do light fixtures.
    Thanks for the contest.

  30. Theresa says:

    I turned a can’t into a can by going back to night school to get my degree.

  31. Karen Drake says:

    When we remodeled I learned to lay and install ceramic tile, I wasn’t sure I could do it but I did!

  32. Karin A says:

    turned a can’t into a can— losing weight by eating more veggies, fiber,—all around healthier!

  33. Tanya White says:

    I turned a can’t into a can when I lost 75 pounds.

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