*Fabulous Giveaway for GTA Readers Below*
Hey, hey friends… it’s 2015! You know, the year we were *supposed* to have power laces, self-drying jackets and flying cars (at least according to Back to the Future).
And, futuristic fashion? Hah! Quite the letdown.
Alas, it is nevertheless a new year, which means you now have
353 352 351 days to make this the BEST year ever! (It took me a few days to publish this post.) And of course, that begins with YOU. Love what you see? High five! You’re ready to seize the season and take charge. However, if you’re looking at your reflection in the mirror and thinking:
1) “New year… same hairdo.”
2) “Can someone get the February blahs in January?”
3) “Changing up my look is a definite maybe.”
4) “I want a subtle change that everyone notices.”
Then YOU are the perfect candidate to #shiftashade!
Listen Up! Readers in the Greater Toronto Area (or GTA-adjacent who don’t mind travelling into the city)… I’ve got a fabulous giveaway just for you!
There’s nothing better looking than being yourself. That’s why I’m loving Clairol Nice ‘n Easy at-home hair colour — the expert blend of highlights and lowlights enhances the natural dimensions of your hair. And, with a broader spectrum of natural-looking shades than ever before (44 to choose from!), you can use Nice ‘n Easy to shift a shade in one simple step, and still look like your most amazing you. Go warmer. Go bolder. Go deeper. Go golder. With this many salon-quality options to choose from, the only thing you can’t do is go wrong!
The Goods at a Glance:
Permanent hair colour with Precision Applicator
Exclusive Colour Blend Technology
Lasts up to 8 weeks
Up to 100% grey coverage
Includes CC Cream to help seal in beautiful colour
Available in 44 shades
Okay, so you’re excited to make a change. And I couldn’t agree with you more! From my friends at Clairol, please enjoy this coupon to save $1.00 when you buy any one Clairol hair colour product.
However, if you live in the Greater Toronto Area, I’ve got a very special giveaway that’s guaranteed to start your year off right.
Ready to be polished and pampered?
Hair on the Avenue Salon, in partnership with Clairol, is offering FIVE of my readers the opportunity to shift a shade with Clairol Consulting Colourist Luis Pacheco.
The beauty industry praises Luis for his natural-looking, sun-kissed goldilocks, so much that he is renowned as the “master of blondes” by his colleagues and clients.
“I am thrilled to be part of the Clairol Canada team and have the opportunity to share my expertise and love for hair colour and beauty with a broader audience of women,” says Luis. “I love making women feel beautiful, and in my field, the range and quality of Clairol products makes that a possibility for all women. After all, beauty is about having choices.”
Hair On The Avenue reflects Luis’ friendly personality and provides clients with cutting edge fashion and beauty trends in a stylish beauty parlour atmosphere. In warmer weather, clients are welcome to sit in the garden and sip cappuccinos while their colour processes. His clientele includes musicians, actors and high-powered business women – the who’s who of Canadian high society. However, you won’t hear it from the man with a strict “no style and tell” policy.
The winners will be able to choose their appointment time with Luis, and enjoy an incredible salon experience while shifting a shade for the new year! So, is this right up your alley? Here’s how to WIN!
Simply tweet me (@Listen2Lena) and tell me whether you’d like to go warmer, bolder, deeper or golder for 2015. Be sure to include the hashtag #shiftashade so we can count your tweet as an entry into the sweepstakes!
The giveaway closes on February 8th, 2015. To increase your chances of winning, you may tweet daily! Just follow the simple instructions above, and you’re that much closer to spending an afternoon with a celebrity hair stylist!
(If you don’t live in the GTA, be sure to share this giveaway with a special friend who deserves a refreshed, updated look for 2015.)
Tell me… will you shift a shade this year?