UPDATE: THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. Congrats to Christie (3/7/2009, 7pm comment) who won the drawing! Christie, I am sending you an email to get your shipping address!
AVEENO® NOURISH+ Hair Care Collection is the first ever hair care line from AVEENO®, and Beauty and Fashion Tech readers are among the first to have the opportunity to try the products before they become available to the public in late April!
AVEENO® NOURISH+ Hair Care Collection sponsored the glam.com VIP Touch Up Lounge at the Leeza Gibbons Oscar party where glam.com viewers got a behind the scenes look at celeb hair touch-ups provided by AVEENO® NOURISH+ Hair Care Collection. Here is information about the line:
AVEENO® NOURISH+ Hair Care Collection is a revolutionary hair care line from AVEENO® that combines nature + science to nourish damaged hair back to life in just three washes.
How it works: AVEENO®’s exclusive Nourishing Wheat Complex has a positive electrical charge, which attracts to the negatively charged damaged parts of the hair follicle. When the complex is attracted to the damaged areas, it delivers the right amount of proteins needed to help moisturize and repair dry and damaged hair.
The line consists of: NOURISH + MOISTURIZE Shampoo and Conditioner, NOURISH + REVITALIZE Shampoo and Conditioner, NOURISH + VOLUMIZE Shampoo and Conditioner, NOURISH + SOOTHE Shampoo and NOURISH +Condition Leave-In Treatment.
To enter to win a shampoo, conditioner, and leave in treatment: Leave a comment by noon central time on Wednesday, March 11, 2009, stating why you like Aveeno products or why you would like to try the new Nourish+ Hair Care Collection. You don’t have to say much, but you must answer the question. Just saying “hi” or leaving a couple of irrelevant words won’t get you an entry!
On March 11, 2009, I will randomly draw a winner and will notify them by email. I will also post the winner here. The winner must respond to email within 3 days or the prize will be redrawn. One entry per household. Duplicate household entries will be deleted or disqualified. Good luck!