Reveal Your Hair Confessions and Win a Trip to LA on Oscar Weekend Courtesy of Viviscal®
by Viviscal Hair Expert, originally posted on November 5th, 2013
Dust off your passport and get practicing your acceptance speech becauseViviscal® has just launched Hair Confessions, the world’s largest female hair survey, and with a just few clicks, your hair confessions could see you on your way to L.A. for Oscar weekend 2014. Visit www.viviscalhairconfessions.comnow to get started!
The relationship between a woman and her hair is one of the most important relationships of her life. It’s an integral part of our femininity, it reflects our personality and when it’s looking good we feel like we can reach for the stars! Award winning hair growth programme Viviscal® wants to take you that step even closer to the stars with the launch of the world’s largest female hair survey, Hair Confessions. Every entry into the short and sweet survey will help Viviscal® get to the root of all the world’s hair horrors and habits and will enter you into a draw to win a trip for 2, plus transfers and accommodation, to Los Angeles, California on the weekend of the world’s most watched media event, the 2014 Academy Awards. The grand prize also includes a make-over with a top hair stylist to the celebs and weekly draws will be held in each country to win a 3 month programme of Viviscal® Maximum Strength Supplements.
Viviscal® is also proud to be donating £1 from every completed UK survey to the Mia Hair Restoration Charitable Trust which provides counselling and treatment for children & young people who have suffered temporary or permanent hair loss as a result of cancer treatment, illness or trauma.
Mia is a young girl who experienced traumatic hair loss due to burns suffered as a very young baby. The area of scarring is significant, but well camouflaged and would be very obvious if she tied her hair back. Mia’s story and energy, despite adversity, inspired the name of the Charity. In 2008 with another young girl was diagnosed with cancer and a brain tumour at the age of nine. She had to undergo chemotherapy and aggressive radiotherapy resulting in frontal alopecia and the loss of her hair. Pioneering hair transplant surgery was recommended but the cost of hair restoration proved prohibitive. Against the background of the national economic crisis, and given the realities of a limited budget, the HSE unfortunately were unable to provide full financial assistance .The full restorative treatment services are ultimately only available in the private healthcare sector. Consequently, Mia was established as a charity to help source and pay for services for patients who have suffered traumatic hair loss, but are unable to access restorative and therapeutic options due to financial constraints.