Rimmel London has beauty essentials to create a GATSBY1920’s-inspired makeup look and 5 readers will win all these products!

Congrats to our five winners: Robyn R., Annmarie W., Brittany, Jamie C. and Latanya

The long-awaited film, The Great Gatsby opened and the beauty inspiration from the film did not disappoint. From the silver screen to daily life, The Great Gatsby has inspired a fashion whirlwind reminiscent of the ultra-glamorous Roaring 20’s with a modern twist, the classic re-imagined. It was an era of pearls, diamonds and decadence, when women let their hair down and removed their corsets, showing off fashions that would ignite many generations to follow. The film has inspired a sexy, opulent and now vintage style.

Here are just a few ways YOU CAN GET THE LOOK! Pretty Pollyis a must-have in achieving the look with their selection of nylons, hold-ups, lace, suspender and backseam style tights, which all pay homage to the 20s, with classic options alongside bolder ones. Sparkle is a must for any flapper girl, and EFFY Jewelry has glittering gems to adorn your fingers, ears, wrists and neck. For the more art deco inspired, turn to Sandy Leong for golden geometric stunners that cascade delicately with long layering pieces full of movement that will make you the center of the dance floor. And when it comes to clothing, Ramy Brooks silk dresses are vivacious, and the idyllic backdrop to channel your inner Daisy and make F. Scott Fitzgerald proud. And of course there is THE MAKEUP!! From subtle, baby-pink nails to deep berry lips and flirty, long lashes, Rimmel London has all of the beauty essentials you need to create a 1920’s-inspired makeup look.




Paint on a flawless canvas with Match Perfection Foundation. Offering traceless coverage and perfectly flawless skin under any light, the SPF 18 foundation is the perfect first step in achieving the perfect complexion. $8.99

Smooth on Rimmel’s Stay Matte Pressed Powder, which contains natural minerals to control shine for up to 5 hours and helps to diminish the appearance of pores. $5

Take your lashes from day to night, whether you’re going for a flapper-esque fringe or a more subtle look with Rimmel’s Glam™Eyes Day 2 Night Mascara. The 2-in-1 cap contains a daytime formula to lengthen and define, and a nighttime formula to thicken, adding oversized volume. $7.99

Rimmel’s Moisture Renew Lip Colour contains three super moisturizes to hydrate lips and leave them up to 60% smoother, as well as SPF 18 to protect. To get the deep, wine-stained look of the 1920’s, try Burgundy Shine or Berry Queen. $6.79

Finish your look with perfectly subtle, polished tips. Rimmel’s Lasting Finish Pro Nail Lacquer in Pink Bliss is the perfect shade to recreate the flawless nails of the 1920’s. $3.99

And five lucky winners will win  Rimmel London products! For one entry leave a comment here with one reason you might consider going GATSBY. For a second entry you can Follow @MelissaSChapman on Twitter and Retweet this giveaway! For a Third entry you can Like Married my sugar daddy on facebook! For a fourth entry you can follow MelissaSChapmanwriter on Instagram and for a fifth entry you can follow @MelissaSchapman on Pinterest Good luck! Giveaway ends May 28th!


  1. Maria J. says

    I would Consider Going Gatsby because I Loved the 1920’s era and how simple some parts of the makeup was and how the would use lipstick to make their looks pop.

  2. Chelsea says

    I would consider going Gatsby for the swing dancing and general swagger of the 20s 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway!

  3. Jennifer says

    I would consider going Gatsby because the look is amazing!! Definitely a show stopper!! Thanks for an awesome giveaway! I hope I win!!

  4. Arik Issan says

    You should have seen the oscar party at the local theater this year! Some dressed as flappers!

  5. Jamie C. says

    I would consider going Gatsby because I like that the era of the Makeup was Sultry, Seductive, Smokey, but at the same time very Natural and I Love makeup looks that this!

  6. Janet F says

    I would Consider Going Gatsby because I like the 1920’s makeup look.

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