Is it teething time for your little one?
New Olia is a revolution in hair colour technology, as it is the very first oil powered permanent home hair colour, free from ammonia. Olia visibly improves the quality of hair and makes colouring hair a far more enjoyable experience.
This new product is enriched with four flower oils – sunflower, camellia, passion flower and white meadowfoam – which delivers a new colouring system for maximum colour performance. These oils eliminate the need for ammonia, which can be harsh on the hair, as well as harsh smelling. The results -
  • Maximum colour performance - without ammonia, a vivid permanent colour & perfect grey coverage
  • Improves the visible quality of hair - hair feels 35% softer, 17% shinier*
  • A new sensorial experience - with a delicate floral fragrance, a non-drip texture and optimal scalp comfort
We gave MummyPages mums the chance to win 1 of 3 mummy makeover.This includes having your hair coloured with Olia by the Garnier experts, makeup application and styling along with an exclusive photoshoot with Lily Forberg. Runners up will receive a Garnier goody bag worth €50 each.
Deborah Byrne, Dublin
Mary McCarthy, Meath
Sinead McGowan,  Mayo
Runners Up
Georgina clarke , Kildare
Lynne Connolly, Wicklow
Patricia O' Connor, Dublin
Mary Gargan,  Dublin
Julie Balfe, Dublin
Suanne o Leary, Wexford
Kym Buckley, Meath
Pauline Good, Dublin
Amanda Costello, Dublin
Maria Flynn, Dublin
Dorothy Donnelly, Dublin
Edel McCann, Dublin
Tamara Weldon, Dublin
Katherine O' Connor, Galway
Aideen McCarthy, Tipperary
Louise Moran, Roscommon
Michelle Brennan, Carlow
Mary-Anne Barry, Clare
Elizabeth Bartlett, Cork
Dearbhla Lenehan, Cork
Ciara Ni Nuallain, Limerick
Orla McBride, Donegal
Suzanne Moloney, Kerry
Noreen Keane, Kerry
Anne Murphy, Dublin
Lee van Staden, Laois
Deborah connolly, Laois
Jennifer Henley, Limerick
Stephanie Mulvihill, Limerick
Ashley heeney, Louth
Noeleen Brennan, Sligo
Tamara Fusciardi, Wexford
Lynne Connolly, Wicklow
Denise Ralston, Monaghan
Mary Strappe, Tipperary
Samantha Nolan, Westmeath
Therese O'Malley, Mayo
Chrissy Macneill, Monaghan
Susan Anderson, Kildare
Lizzy Scanlan, Clare
Evelyn Corry, Clare
Hayley Doherty, Donegal
Pam Fegan, Down
Belinda Hopley, Galway
patricia flavin, Kildare
Laura Sheridan, Meath
Caroline Harper, Cork
Bridget Fullam Wright, Kildare
Corrina Stone, Kildare
Sinead McGrath, Galway



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