If you’ve been trying to decide whether or not to change up your hairstyle, fall is the time to do it. Embracing a new look is a powerful thing, and it makes you feel like a new person.
Balayage is still trending right now because it’s low-maintenance and offers an effortlessly chic look. It mimics how your hair lightens naturally in the sun — perfect for winter when the sun isn’t around as much!
You’ve seen the Kardashians rock fashion colours like blue, neon green, and light purple, so why not try it for yourself? Having vibrant hair colour allows you to express yourself in even the most ordinary moments, and deeper tones can last up to 42 washes.
There’s no time like the present to follow your intuition and go for that new look.
Vancouver’s Juju Hair Lounge is giving one lucky Daily Hive reader the chance to win a hair colour package and a gift certificate for Kevin Murphy products ($550 total value), and it could be yours by entering the contest below!
Everything about Juju Hair Lounge and its laid-back vibe is inspired by the Pacific Northwest. The open concept salon features high ceilings, red cedar accents, and art by local artists.
You’ll find top industry brands like Kevin Murphy, R+Co, and Olaplex on the shelves, as well as kombucha on tap, to make your experience that much more enjoyable. Simply choose the style you want and let the expert stylists create it for you.
Enter for your chance to win a $350 hair colour certificate for Juju Hair Lounge and a $200 Kevin Murphy product gift certificate.
To enter for your chance to win the prize listed above, courtesy of Juju Hair Lounge, do at least one of the following:
1. Follow @jujuhairlounge on Instagram, like the following photo and comment below the photo tagging a friend. Remember to use the hashtag #dhcontest. (1 entry)
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2. Tweet the following: (1 entry)
Contest entries will be accepted from the time and date of publishing until 11:59 pm on October 23, 2018. One winner will be chosen at random and contacted through the platform they used to enter.
Where: 60-678 Dunsmuir Street