Friday, 25 August 2017

Win A GHD HairDryer Competition

The world of a blogger is a good one, it might be hard at times when we have deadlines to keep and we are up until 3 am writing before we grab a few hours sleep. Then we get up in the morning and do the same thing again. But the blogging world is also a fab one to be in because so many friendships are formed with people that you might not meet otherwise. We get to meet people from all over the world online and we get so many opportunities to share with others. Today a small group of blogging buddies bring you a fantastic prize for those autumnal days. As autumn approaches, the free radicals in the atmosphere around us are harsh on our skin and hair. So we need to spend some extra time giving our hair and skin some extra loving care and if you read this post, you can find out exactly how to win a GHD Hairdryer for yourself.

Summer is drawing to a close, kids will soon be back at school soon and you, yes you, most definitely deserve a treat. So here we are, a great team of bloggers, bringing you the chance to win a GHD Hairdryer, to allow you to blow dry your locks whenever you want. So who has teamed up to bring to you this prize?


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So how can you be in with a chance of winning a GHD Hair Dryer? Well, all you need to do is let us know: What is your top tip for looking after your hair?

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Good Luck. This prize is being administrated by Sarah of UK Bloggers / Life in a Break Down for any issues please contact her at sarah@uk-bloggers.co.uk. For full terms and conditions please view the Rafflecopter widget.

61 comments :

  1. always use a hair mask once a week and get a trim regularly to keep it healthy

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  2. Karen hutchinson27 August 2017 at 17:29

    Try and spend time on your hair , use different products as your hair gets used to the same one

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  3. don't use too many products and chemicals on it

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  4. Use good shampoo. Good shampoo costs more, but you need to use less, and it's so much better! Also, only wash your hair every 3 days!

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  5. Awesome prize, fingers crossed!

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  6. always use a good conditioner for your type of hair.

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  7. Having a real good shampoo and conditioner

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  8. Looks awesome

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  9. getting regular hair cuts and using hair masks once a week and a hair oil

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  10. dont wash it too much drys it out :D we need the oils to keep it healthy obv not leave too long tho

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  11. Making sure to use a good quality shampoo and conditioner!

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  12. Use a good quality heat protector

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  13. Find yourself a great hairdresser as a professional colour and cut go a long way.

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  14. Use a good conditioner and keep it out of the sun. Thanks for this giveaway.

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  15. Let it dry naturally and not too much straightening

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  16. Always use a good condition near particularly if you have curly hair!

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  17. Regular conditioning and using heat protective sprays :)

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  18. Get a good cut by a good hairdresser every 6 weeks

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  19. Brush your hair in the shower whilst you have conditioner in.

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  20. leaving the condtioner on your hair for around half an hour, once a week and finish with a cold rinse for extra shine.

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  21. Air dry as often as possble.

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  22. Coconut oil is amazing! Once a week smoother your hair in it and leave it overnight. Wash off in the morning, it really conditions your hair and keeps it healthy.

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  23. i use a good leave in conditioner once a week and try not to straighten my hair more than twice a week

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  24. I have a double crown and a calf lick, Vidal Sasoon would struggle doing something with my hair

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  25. Use a conditioner to keep it healthy and moisturised.

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  26. Don't wash to often and always use heat protection , thanks for the chance

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  27. I don't use a hair dryer everyday. Sometimes I let it dry naturally. (@PeanutHog)

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  28. Condition your hair regularly and don't wash it everyday its damaging

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  29. Have one day a week with no heat products and leave in conditioner

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  30. Use a hair mask after shampoo and conditioner. Make sure to use a heat spray too and not hold the hairdryer too close to the hair.

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  31. I like to comb my hair in the shower when I have conditioner in.

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  32. I always use a mild shampoo like simple and a good conditioner .x

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  33. I make sure I do a weekly hair mask. Once the mask is in, I pop a shower cap on, get on with the housework (yes I look like an absolute mad woman doing the housework with my shower cap on), then wash it out. The longer I leave it on the better. My hair is naturally curly but I straighten it and it is prone to frizz.

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  34. I use an egg and olive oil mask once a week and I swear by rinsing my hair in cold water after shampooing and conditioning for extra shine

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  35. I avoid washing my hair every day - every 2/3 days is what I aim for. Also I don't straighten my hair as much anymore and I've noticed a vast improvement!

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  36. I have long curly hair which can get in the way if I wear it down so I tend to have it up a lot but if I do have it down I go for a half up half down style and then it's out of my face but still it's down and pretty x

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  37. don't overwash and only use heated appliances when necessary

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  38. Don't wash it every day and get it cut every so often even if it's just a small amount!

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  39. Let it dry before styling and keep it down as often as possible .

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  40. I have days off from hair products and styling irons. I try to at least have 2 days a week where my hair is left natural.

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  41. let your hair air dry occasionally, you'll thank yourself one day!

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  42. Regular trims, good shampoo and deep condition ever so often, I love looking after my hair x

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  43. Use a deep treat conditioner 2 times a week and keep it regularly trimmed

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  44. I use a deep nourishing treatment every week to stop my long hair becoming dry.

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  45. Know when too much heat is too much for your hair!

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  46. use conditioner every time you wash your hair and use an oil treatment every month or so

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  47. Look after your hair and use plenty of conditioner x

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  48. conditioner keeps hair healthy and full so plenty of conditioner

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  49. rinse with cold water for extra shine and use heat protection before drying

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  50. Don't wash it every day. Give it rests.

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  51. I only wash it a maximum of 3 times weekly and use a regular hair mask

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  52. Regular condioning also don't wash your hair to much x

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  53. Personally I use a good conditioner every wash and every week or so I use a hair mask while also using a face mask for my skin.I have really thick hair so looking after it can be a task of it's own!

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  54. Don't wash your hair too often, it can make it dull

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  55. Apply coconut oil weekly to keep in good condition

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  56. Always use Hair protector just before using hot styling tools!

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