I know you have seen Burt’s Bees products at the store but have you also heard husband and wife folk-pop group and Republic Records recording artists, Us The Duo – Michael and Carissa Alvarado – singing about them on Vine? Us The Duo is generating a lot of buzz for their 6 second songs inspired by the different Burt’s Bees lip balm flavors.
Well known for their #6SecondCovers, this folksy duo has been posting little ditties about Burt’s Bees since last November. The delicious Coconut & Pear inspired the lyrics, “Coconut & Pear, you’ve got the flowers in your hair. And we’re in love.” Wild Cherry got a little song worshiping too: “Wild Cherry, I like to savor. Pull it out ya pocket and uncap the flavor.”
Coconut & Pear (yummy yummy coconut) and Wild Cherry (tastes like a cherry Lifesaver) happen to be in my top three flavors, along with Vanilla Bean. The lip balms are smooth, hydrating, and truly tasty. They have subtle, natural flavors that are extremely impressive.
If you love Burt’s Bees lip balms as much as I do, think about creating and your own Vine song. Share your original song by tagging @BurtsBees and using the hashtag #UnCapFlavor and it might be re-Tweeted and re-Vined by Us the Duo and Burt’s Bees. Us the Duo has 4.2 million Vine followers and 134,000 Twitter followers, not to mention Burt’s Bees’ 86,200 Twitter followers. If you get re-Tweeted and re-Vined your video will instantly be viral!
Find the original songs at https://vine.co/UsTheDuo and https://twitter.com/burtsbees. To find out more about Us the Duo’s Burt’s Bees must-haves, visit the Burt’s Bees Facebook and Instagram accounts. – Lisa
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