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Misikko's Dream Gift Package Giveaway

Posted Jun 25 2012 12:00am

Mondays are a drag, but here's a little news that could perk up  your week
Misikko is launching a new contest where you could win up to $350 in hair products (hair care, hair styling, and more) for free. All you have to do is visit their site to put together your dream package, link the items in a blog post, and post that entry on their facebook page to enter to win. Three winners will be selected at the end of the contest, which ends July 4th.

It would be a great way to get a new hair dryer or flat iron, or try some new hair treatments like a nourishing hair mask. Here are my picks

BaByliss Pro Nano Titanium Hair dryer ($114.99) - compact travel hair dryer with six heat and speed settings. I love my Hana Professional Hair Dryer [ review here ], but it takes up a lot of space when I travel, so having something compact would literally take some weight off my back.

Hana Mini Flat Iron ($74.00) - compact flat iron is 5 inches long but extends to 8 inches to allow for easier styling when you're away from home. 5/8" plates are great for touch ups and details, and tourmaline ceramic plates help to seal in moisture. While I don't straighten my hair often while I'm away from home, it's usually because I opt to have a hair dryer versus a flat iron in my bag. A compact iron like this would be much easier to tote around in my bag.

Macadamia Healing Oil Treatment ($29.99) - I've already mentioned how much I like using the Macadamia Oil Deep Repair Masque , and I've been using the Healing Oil Spray when I dry my hair; both products are great and really improve the overall health of my hair. The spray doesn't get through all of my hair, even though it adds a ton of shine to my locks. The treatment would do a better job of getting through my thick hair to nourish and protect it.

Hana Styling Iron Cleaner ($22.99) - removes product buildup on flat iron plates and curling iron barrels. I don't use my flat iron or curling irons frequently enough to create product buildup on the plates/barrels, but better safe than sorry, right? It's safe to use on ceramic, tourmaline, titanium and gold surfaces, and it will help keep my styling tools in better condition so they'll last longer.

Create your own dream list and post it to their Facebook page for your chance to win!
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