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Win Tickets To xoNecole's Sold Out Pajamas & Lipstick Girls Night In Experience

Win Tickets To xoNecole's Sold Out Pajamas & Lipstick Girls Night In Experience

Are you ready for an epic girls night-in to remember?

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Pajamas and Lipstick ATL is BACK!

Last year, we launched the Coachella of Girls Night-Ins, and this year it's going to be bigger and better! Here's your chance to win tickets for you and your friends to join us for an epic girls night to remember!

Join us on March 20th for a special slumber party-themed Girls' Night In experience filled with good vibes, your favorite jams, beauty activations, and spicy fireside chats on love, relationships and sex featuring special guests Keri Hilson and Love Is Blind stars Lauren Speed-Hamilton and Diamond Jack!

Whether you decide to come solo or bring your besties, this unforgettable and unpretentious evening will allow you to genuinely connect with an empowering tribe of women in a safe space, while celebrating the raw conversations and juicy topics we crave most.

For your chance to win free tickets to the event, follow @pajamasandlipstick on Instagram. We will be giving away tickets all week long!

Click here to hop on our waitlist in case a few tickets open up and click here if you're interested in partnering with xoNecole to become a sponsor! Contact pr@thegarnercircle.com for all media requests.

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