Announcing L'ANZA's Smoke and Mirrors Winner!

September 1, 2017 | 3:14 PM
Andria Bee's opalescent hair color creation that won her the grand prize in L'ANZA's Smoke & Mirrors contest.

Drum roll please! Out of hundreds of unique color creations, MODERN SALON is proud to announce the winner of L'ANZA's Smoke & Mirrors contest! So who won the grand prize? This dimensional opal hair color creation by Andria Bee.

The contest required contestants to use L’ANZA’s Smoke & Mirrors series, which explores the depth and range of palette possibilities achieved when mixing L'ANZA's Smoke with other mirror-reflective VIBES shades.

When used alone, VIBES Smoke creates intense depth and darkness, without the permanence of black. When blended with any VIBES shade, Smoke is the key to achieving opulent jewel tones or a muted, antique effect. Its High-Impact Dye Technology provides shine, with lasting, colorful results.

In addition to winning the entire L'ANZA Vibes Kit, Bee will receive a ticket to the 2017 B.I.G. Event in Cancun, Mexico on November 5-7, 2017.

To learn more about L'ANZA Vibes, click here.

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