Posted on Thu, April 26, 2012 at 2:00PM
Start revving your engines, Twitter mavens, because every Friday afternoon, you've got somewhere to be.
It's no secret that we love a good giveaway. So in the spirit of all things swag, we're switching up the game with Rush Hour, a Twitter giveaway that will have you racing to the finish for sweet finds — think statement-making dresses, swoon-worthy getaways, covetable designer accessories, and tons more! This week’s prize? A Carol’s Daughter original Hair Milk Set, to pamper and tame your tresses.
Hair is as important an accessory as shoes and bags — even more so, really, because you can’t just replace it with each season. Fortunately, the team at stylist-favorite Carol’s Daughter knows just what natural ingredients make products that will reinvigorate, moisturize, and protect your locks. Whether you’ve got untameable curls or not, these three products — a shampoo, conditioner, and ultra-moisturizing curl definer — will guarantee your hair is coiffed and healthy for years to come.
For a chance to win this set, tune in to our Twitter feed and look for the hashtag #RUSHHOUR. We'll randomly pick ONE ideeli follower to win when they tweet us the answer to the contest question.
What's the contest question, you ask? Get on Twitter and find out!
Here's a recap:
- Follow us @ideeli on Twitter.
- Tune in 9am-6pm every Friday for a surprise giveaway lasting just 1 hour.
- We'll announce the contest question when we announce the giveaway.
- Tweet your answer with the hash tag #RUSHHOUR to enter the giveaway (or if you're just excited, we won't mind) .
- We'll announce winners soon after the contest ends.
*Winners will be chosen at random, and must be 18 years of age and over. Item subject to final availability. Contest only open to U.S. residents. Sorry, but we cannot ship outside the U.S. One entry per person only. Winners will be announced via Twitter and will have 7 days to claim their prize. After 7 days new winners will be chosen. Winners must be followers of ideeli's Twitter account at time of drawing.