The Magic of Diamonique Competition…
I loved my Diamonique Customer Favourites show today, and mentioned the competition I was going to do, so here it is….
Diamonique. It’s a secret recipe, used to create what we believe to be the finest simulated diamonds in the world. Cut, set and polished like the real thing, with the finest colour you could wish for and that you actually fall in love with, just like real diamonds – but without breaking (or robbing!) the bank!
How is it done?! It always amazes me when we say that they are stones that are actually ‘grown’ in not dissimilar conditions to real diamonds; using pressure and heat, and created from natural components, not glass or similar.
Rather like Coca Cola, no one has managed to guess the ingredients of Diamonique; when I was on air the other day, I said I thought it might be ‘starlight, love and a sliver of shimmering rainbow’… I’m giving away a beautiful gold-plated sterling silver friendship bracelet worth over £40 and is set with 61 glittering simulated white diamonds – pictured above. All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning, is leave your answer to the following question in the comment sections below before 5pm on Wednesday 15th June 2016 .
What three magical, fantasy ingredients do you think the magical, dazzling, glamorous Diamonique be made of?
This is your chance to let your imagination run wild and find the perfect combination of fantasy ingredients… Don’t forget to leave your email address so we can get in touch with you (this won’t be published). For full terms and conditions please click here. The winner will be picked at random and notified via email and the winner will be announced on my blog by Wednesday 22nd June.
I wish I could send one to all of you – I really know how important good friends are and appreciate mine so much at the moment.
Good luck dreaming up the perfect recipe!
[UPDATE: We originally said that the winner would receive the gold-plated version of the bracelet, but it has arrived at QVC HQ and we actually have the classic silver-plated version instead. The value is still the same.]
Sending you all much love,