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So as I said a few weeks ago, Lace Xclusive and I are giving away a beautiful lace hair closure!
Well here it is!!!!

Isn't it beautiful?

Here is the catch,( You knew there was a catch)

Answer these five questions correctly by November 27,2012 and you will be entered in a raffle drawing....

1- Name the hair product used in the movie 'Coming to America'
2- Name the type of braids Janet Jackson wore in the movie 'Poetic Justice'
3- Name the official pageant title I held in 2010
4-Name 2 products Lace Xclusive recommends that you use on their products
5- Name all the countries Lace Xclusive gets their products from.

1-ALL answers to with the XCLUSIVE BARBIE in the subject line 
2- All entries must be recieved by 11:59pm eastern standard time November 27,2012 to counted
3- No purchase necessary 
4- Please include a name, phone number and email address to be contacted

Good Luck!!!!!


  1. Hi, sorry to bother but I'm anxious lol. When will the winner be announced?


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