Sponsored Post: Shine On (And On and On) and a special offer for SPC Readers

Sponsored Post: Shine On (And On and On) and a special offer for SPC Readers

Okay, so I’m back with some more beauty talk, because clearly, I’m missing it. You’ll indulge me, right? It’s not that I don’t love talking nutrition and recipes with you, our loyal readers, but a girl cannot live on kale alone. All this good for you needs to be balanced with a little pretty, know what I’m saying?

Whether you hit the salon or go DIY at home, all hair colour fades. Most of that fade comes as a result of exposure to sun and water and happens in the first two week of colouring your hair.

To keep that good, glossy feeling as fresh as possible, you can now use the Week 2 Colour Refresh pack that comes in every box of Natural Instincts at-home hair colour.  Two weeks after your colour treatment, simply apply it to wet or shampooed hair while you’re in the shower, leave it in for five minutes and rinse. Done. Your colour and shine will be boosted.

We know how much you do for everyone else in your life (um, because we’re doing it, too) so we love bringing you something that’s just for you.Go to Clairol’s Facebook page, “like” it, and then check back on May 13-15 (2011) for your chance to get a full-value coupon toward a Natural Instincts hair colour product. They’re giving away 75,000 of them over 3 days, so there’s definitely one with your name on it.

While supplies last, up to 25,000 boxes per day. Limit one per household or name.  Applicable to all Canadian residents, excluding residents of Quebec. Must be 18 years and older.

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