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Show Off Your Balayage Skills: Enter Scruples' Power Your Blonde Contest

Jamie Newman | September 9, 2016 | 9:22 AM
Haircolor: Chris Dore, Scruples Educator Haircut: Katie Nielsen, Artistic Lead - Scruples Design Team Session Styling: Charlie Price, Scruples Independent Creative Consultant (photo credit: Scruples)
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Are you a balayage boss? Show it off on Instagram for your chance to win prizes from Scruples, get featured on modernsalon.com and more. 

In celebration of Scruples' Power Blonde Balayage Clay Lightener, the brand is running its Power Your Blonde contest now through October 3, 2016 on Instagram. Just post a before photo followed by your best balayage creation using Scruples Power Blonde Balayage Clay Lightener. In the caption, include a full description of the formula, a step-by-step technique and the products used, along with the hashtag #PowerYourBlondeContest and tag @scrupleshair. To be eligible, ensure your profile is public and you are following @scrupleshair, @theunicorntribe and @modernsalon

A panel of three judges will choose three winners, Grand Prize, Second Place and Third Place. Judges include Mia Liguori, Scruples co-president creative; Alix Clymer, founder of The Unicorn Tribe; and MODERN SALON's own Jamie Newman, associate editor. Winning entries will be chosen based on creativity, description of the formula/technique and overall production quality of the final look. All winners will be featured on modernsalon.com and on @scrupleshair, @theunicorntribe and @modernsalon's Instagram pages. 

Prizes include: 
Grand Prize: $450 credit towards Scruples color purchase and Scruples Power Blonde Balayage Clay Lightener Intro Kit (Approximate Value: $477). 
Second Prize: $350 credit towards Scruples color purchase and Scruples Power Blonde Balayage Clay Lightener Intro Kit (Approximate Value: $377). 
Third Prize: $250 credit towards Scruples color purchase and Power Blonde Balayage Clay Lightener Intro Kit (Approximate Value: $277).

To reiterate:  

How To Enter:

1. Paint your most POWERful blonde balayage transformation using Scruples Power Blonde Balayage Clay Lightener.  
2. Post a before photo, a processing photo and an after photo on Instagram using #PowerYourBlondeContest and tag @scrupleshair in the caption. Include full description of formula, technique and products used.
3. Follow @scrupleshair, @theunicorntribe and @modernsalon.

Checklist Before Entering:

  • All products used must be Scruples 
  • Multiple entries will be accepted
  • Eligible entrants must have a public Instagram profile 
  • Extensions are allowed, but they also must showcase Scruples Power Blonde Balayage Clay Lightener 
  • By entering, entrants confirm they are 18+, a cosmetologist, release Instagram of responsibility and agree to Instagram's terms of use

Happy painting!

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