UPDATE: We have a winner! Congratulations K. Ford! And thank you to everyone who participated. We’ll have more exciting giveaways soon – stay tuned!
A woman’s relationship with her hair is a delicate one, veering between great affection (i.e. that moment when you finally achieve the perfectly disheveled messy bun) to bitter frustration (i.e. the other 99% of the time when the perfectly disheveled messy bun just looks, well, disheveled and messy). We’ve all had our fair share of bad hair days and have pretty much resigned ourselves to the fact that soft, sleek locks on the daily are reserved for models in magazine ads…or are they? (Cue dramatic music here). Enter the Redken Steam Infusion Iron. This breakthrough steam straightening iron releases a continuous flow of steam as it straightens, meaning your locks are actually getting conditioned and nourished as you style. The result is smooth, shiny strands with natural fluid movement – gorgeous!
We want one of you to leave bad hair days behind, so we’re giving away one of these miracle irons to one very lucky MDC reader. You’ll also win a bevy of other Redken hair goodies to further step up your mane game, including the Diamond Oil Shatterproof Shine, Smooth Lock Stay Sleek, Extreme Anti-Snap Treatment and Color Extend Magnetics Sulfate Free Shampoo, Conditioner and Mask.
We’ve put together a little quiz to help you determine if the Redken Steam Infusion can help you on your hair journey (hint: it can). Read through the questions below and see which one leaves you shouting “YES!”:
1.) Have you ever spent hours blow-drying and straightening your curly hair, only to be left with stiff strands full of kinks?
2.) Do you ever wish your wavy locks would behave and stop frizzing up halfway through the day?
3.) Have you ever looked at your naturally straight hair and wished it had more body and bounce?
4.) Does your daily heat styling routine leave your locks dry, damaged and full of split ends?
5.) Do you fall asleep dreaming of ways to tame your unruly locks so they look silky, soft and shiny?
One winner will win: