Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Official TheCuttingEdgeCulture.Com SPONSOR!

Hello Lovelies!

I feel like I've been bad about posting lately, but then I noticed that my last post was only 5 days I don't feel as bad lol. However, I do have some very exciting news to share with everyone!

We are officially a sponsor for a non-profit group called The Cutting Edge Culture!

A while back, we were asked by the editor-in-chief, Jackie Cular, if we would be interested! We gladly accepted and are very excited to be a part of such a neat organization!

A little bit about The Cutting Edge Culture from their website...
"We're a not for profit website that combines your favorite entertainers with the charities and social causes they support. We interview bands, celebrities, and charities to get their unique spin on how they are helping to make the world better. The more you read; the more you'll learn."
I have to say, I am so excited! Jackie does an amazing job doing her interviews in such a natural way, as well as asking intriguing questions! We even did an interview with her!

If you'd like to get into The Cutting Edge Culture, there are LOTS of ways to get connected!

The Cutting Edge Culture's Facebook PageYoutube ChannelTwitterTumblrMySpace, AND Storenvy! They are ALL OVER the place, so no matter which social media you use most, you will get the updates there! Gotta be impressed with that!

So go check them out! Listen to some new music! Donate to a cause! Make the world a better place!


Friday, April 20, 2012



Happy Birthday to us!
Happy Birthday to us!
Happy Birthday, dear Tick:Tock!
Happy Birthday to us!


In case you haven't heard...we turned ONE YEAR OLD yesterday! To celebrate, we are offering a special sale! 
  • Everything in the store is 25% off [Excluding Abby Rose, since it is for charity.]
  • Orders of $15 or more will receive a FREE full-size jar of First Birthday, a special color made to commemorate this first year milestone. 
I believe that the key to our first year of success can be 100% contributed to the first customers we ever had, because we really learned so much in those first few months. A good majority of those first customers have been repeat customers, and have taught us a lot about what we have to do to be a long-standing company. There are some obvious ones, like quality product, customer service, advertising, etc. 

But I think the most important thing I have learned is that business doesn't mean sitting at a desk answering emails and only looking at numbers. I will admit, this was my stereotype of what businesses were.

However, business means a way to network with people to make friends all over the world that I never would have been connected to otherwise. And those friendships are what I truly treasure most. I have made what I expect to be life-long friends all over the WORLD through Tick:Tock. I will always be thankful for that. 

Thank you everyone for an amazing first year, and I hope that it is the first of many, many more. <3