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CoverGirl Hits the Road

July 3, 2013

Easy Breezy bus tour kicks off July 4.

This summer, CoverGirl’s Easy Breezy Block Party Bus will hit the road to bring you the hottest looks and newest beauty products with exclusive pop-up beauty experiences at tour stops around the country. The event kicks off July 4 and runs until Sept. 10.

 Guests will enjoy complimentary summer-inspired makeup and manicure applications, beauty tutorials and product sampling. All experiences are designed to share with friends on your social channels — from the digital “Cover Moment Photobomb Booth,” to the “Manicam Red Carpet,” where you can instantly upload six-second Vine videos of their CoverGirl manicures using CoverGirl's Outlast Stay Brilliant Glosstinis. For up-to-the-minute tour location information, follow @Covergirl on Twitter and Instagram and use the #easybreezysummer hashtag to share your summer beauty look and Easy Breezy Block Party Bus experience. 

More info: www.covergirl.com
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