The beauty of ageing
As we get older, our idea of beauty changes. These days, we tend to feel at our best when we enhance our natural looks rather than piling on the makeup – and what better way to feel good than by making sure our hair looks good?
One of the inevitable side effects of ageing (as well as growing wiser by the minute – honest!) is greying hair. When hair turns grey, it tends to get coarser and drier so a moisture boost is essential if we want hair to look its best; this is where Vidal Sassoon Salonist comes in.
Suitable for women of all ages, hair types and colours, Vidal Sassoon Salonist enables us to get beautifully hydrated, natural-looking colour with 100% grey coverage from the comfort of our own home. And what’s more, Silversurfers are being offered the opportunity to get this product completely free.
Vidal Sassoon are looking to start a ‘Home Hair Colour Revolution’, they think colouring your hair shouldn’t be a chore but an excuse for a party with your friends! And because they’re doing something a bit different, they’re teaming up with a company called trnd who also do things a bit differently. trnd believe that customers make brands (without us, our favourite brands would be nothing after all) and want to give us as customers the opportunity to feedback to the brands we love. Vidal Sassoon want to know how our parties go and trnd is the company to help them find out!
All you have to do to be in with a chance of getting your free Vidal Sassoon Salonist (and the chance to hold your own colour party), is sign up to trnd and apply to be part of the Vidal Sassoon project. You could get a bottle of Vidal Sassoon Salonist for you and two to share with friends, completely free.
Trnd work with a number of exciting brands, so browse their website and see how else you could get involved. Know any friends who might be interested? Let them know to sign up too.
For more information, check out the website.
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