It’s GIVEAWAY Friday! Finally - it’s been a while! Today I’m giving away $112 worth of natural(ly amazing) hair & body products from famed stylist Janet Waddell.
So obviously around here I’m a big supporter of woman-founded companies - so many cult beauty brands fall under that header - and I recently discovered the site Plum Alley, which offers awesome deals on products from companies founded by women - from jewelry to housewares to art to beauty and beyond. (Sign up here to get these gems in your inbox).
The UK-born, NYC-based hairstylist and product creator extraordinaire Janet Waddell is featured on the site right now. She crafted a hair and body product line with the cultish potion called emu oil, used by Australian Aborigines for over 2000 years and known for it’s soothing, healing attributes.
Each is paraben free and contains 100% natural and botanical ingredients. Her philosophy? “I wanted to make products that actually made a difference…” These definitely do - the shampoo formula is especially unique, like a fluffy rich creamsicle … you kind of have to experience it to understand it!
You can win the complete collection valued at $112.
2. Leave a DISQUS comment below [click through if you’re reading this in tumblr] and tell me your current female idol - whoever inspires you to pursue your dreams - and why! Can be a celebrity, businesswoman, your mom, whatever! Don’t comment in “Ask Me Anything” OR in the “FAN NOTE” area of tumblr <— guys, click through please, leave a comment on the blog not inside tumblr!
3. You must be 18 or older to enter. (You can ask someone to enter on your behalf if you like, up to you, but the prize will be sent to their attention).
4. This giveaway is for U.S. residents only - due to contents and size we cannot ship this outside of the country. Sorry!
Contest ends Friday March 22, 2013 at 11.59pm Eastern. If you subscribe or follow to enter, you must be subscribed or following at the time of the drawing. Multiple comments DO NOT increase your chances of winning but love ya. Winner is drawn at random.