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Enter to Win a Trip to NYC with #InspiredByLogicsContest

Lauren Salapatek | October 3, 2016 | 10:01 AM
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Like to compete? Now is your chance to show off your inventive color and styled looks using Logics Color DNA System.

Join the #InspiredbyLogicsContest, for a chance to win a trip to New York City, where you will spend a day assisting top Logics artists, including 3-time NAHA Winner Chrystofer Benson on a photoshoot for the 2017 Trend. You will also be able to participate in an up close and personal creative Logics education class with lead educators in January 2017.


STEP 1: Select 1 of the 4 photos chosen by Logics artists as inspiration, available to view at:

STEP 2: Create a haircolor and style on a client, model or mannequin that reflects the inspiration image chosen and is also inspired by Logics Colorcremes and/or Logics Imprints.

STEP 3: Submit your photo via Instagram or Facebook using #InspiredbyLogicsContest and include the haircolor formula in the post copy.

Entries will be judged by a panel of qualified judges based on the following criteria and four winners will be chosen:

  • Overall esthetic (30%)
  • The connection between the inspiration picture and concept (25%)
  • Placement of hair color (25%)
  • Hairstyling (20%)

Deadline is midnight Eastern Time (ET) on November 4, 2016, and the winners will be notified on or about December 1, 2016.

Complete contest rules.

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