Is it teething time for your little one?
You might remember a few months back John Frieda was looking for women to enter their Transformation Campaign. Well the 14 lucky finalists were revealed last December on the haircare brand’s dedicated Irish facebook page.
This campaign aimed to celebrate the achievements of Irish women who may have transformed their life in some way, whether it was in their work, losing weight or overcoming an adversity.
Women were invited to send their stories to John Frieda and the women with the most moving stories were asked to take part in a Transformation Day in Dublin with John Frieda Senior Stylist Jake Davis, for a hair makeover and pampering to complete their transformation.
The finalists are now in with a chance to win the ultimate hair makeover in the John Frieda Mayfair, London salon. Members of the public can vote for their preferred winner on John Frieda Ireland’s Facebook page by reading the finalists’ stories and seeing pictures and videos of the finalists before, during and after their transformations. There are some amazing stories here that many mums will identify with including coping with post-natal depression, losing baby weight, building a life as a single mom, overcoming the death of a husband, and going back to college after an unexpected pregnancy.
By voting, you could be in with a chance of winning a trip to the London salon for your own hair transformation! Simply click on the Facebook page to vote and John Frieda could soon be creating a whole new you.



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