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SPONSORED GORGEOUS GIVEAWAY FROM PAUL MITCHELL’S #PINKOUTLOUD CAMPAIGN

10-12-15 | Posted by


THE BRAND

Paul Mitchell® and Paul Mitchell Schools partnered with Bright Pink®, a national non-profit organization that focuses on prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer in young women. Through the #PinkOutLoud campaign, Paul Mitchell aims to inspire and empower women to be proactive and join the conversation about women’s breast and ovarian health. The limited edition collection enables us to initiate life-saving conversations, drive awareness and encourage women to inspire those they love.

THE GORGEOUS GIVEAWAY

This Gorgeous Giveaway includes 1 Pink Out Loud EXPRESS ION DRY®+!
An ultra-lightweight ergonomic design, and a powerful motor for an advanced drying experience.

  • Digital LCD display shows temperature, airflow and cool shot settings
  • 5 temperatures/5 speed settings
  • 1875-watt professional DC motor
  • Easy-snap removable filter
  • Express Ion Complex™ ensures healthy, shiny results
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RETAIL PRICE: $129

TO ENTER: Please tell us how you are supporting Breast Cancer Awareness month? And what BCA means to you.

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This Gorgeous Giveaway is sponsored by Paul Mitchell.

 

23 Responses to “SPONSORED GORGEOUS GIVEAWAY FROM PAUL MITCHELL’S #PINKOUTLOUD CAMPAIGN”

  1. Ghreyz13 Says:

    As a busy mom and wife to my baby girl, the way that i can support it is to make donation and spread the word thru social media about breast cancer to make awareness.

  2. Ghreyz13 Says:

    As a busy wife and mom to my baby girl, the way that i can support it is to make donation and spread the word thru social media about breast cancer to make awareness.

  3. jmiranda181 Says:

    A friendly reminder to do monthly breast exams and a yearly mammogram.

  4. IzzyFrost Says:

    BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH IS ALWAYS A BIG CELEBRATION FOR MY FAMILY EVERY YEAR BECAUSE MY MOTHER IS A BREAST CANCER SURVIVOR; HOWEVER, EVERY DAY IS A CELEBRATION TO ME-THE FACT THAT I STILL HAVE MY MOTHER HERE AND IS IN GOOD HEALTH IS A WONDERFUL GIFT ON A DAILY BASIS!! FOR MY MOM AND ALL THE OTHERS THAT HAVE SURVIVED THIS CANCER AND TO THE ONES WHO HAVE JUST BEGUN THEIR BATTLE, WE CONTINUE TO WORK CLOSELY WITH CHARITIES TO BRING MORE & MORE AWARENESS TO BREAST CANCER AND WE CONTINUE TO DONATE TO THIS CAUSE IN HOPES THAT ONE DAY THERE WILL BE A CURE!! UNTIL THEN, WE CONTINUE TO STAND UP AND STAND TALL TO FIGHT BREAST CANCER!! #PinkOutLoud

  5. anita mitchell Says:

    It means alot to me. I have lost 2 mother laws to breast cancer. I am doing all I can to support and raise awareness in general. My ex has cancer,4 to 6 months to live and they are checking my current boyfriend for cancer now. It is a terrible thing.

  6. gingerpye Says:

    Purchasing pink products and wearing pink

  7. martinam1952 Says:

    I’m wearing pink,showing support for 2 of my friends that are breast cancer survivors.

  8. Minimeeh Says:

    I’m wearing my wristband to work and I reminded my mom to get her mammogram.

  9. miriama59 Says:

    I support Breast Cancer Awareness month by reminding my daughters to check their breasts, to have a mammogram and to buy products that benefit the cause.

  10. OhLaLaChrissy Says:

    I have the pink ribbon that I proudly wear. I know several women who’ve been affected by breast cancer and I completely supportive of them during their brave fight. I donate money to causes supporting breast cancer awareness. I always do self breast exams in the shower.

  11. 4orangecrush Says:

    Breast Cancer Awareness Month, to me, is a reminder of why my Mom is still around, after being diagnosed and treated for breast cancer over 10 years ago now. I am happy to say that she is a survivor and I spend the year encouraging my friends and family to be proactive in their healthcare, but we, as a family also walk for the cure.

  12. snowwite72 Says:

    Great cause and Pink is my favorite color

  13. Kat Says:

    Each year we donate to the BCA fund through my niece’s college sorority. A good friend has stage IV cancer and BCA has kept her going for a long time now. I so hope that a cure is coming soon…I know BCA will make it happen some day.

  14. intrigue1 Says:

    I’m supporting BreastCancerAwarenessMonth by helping spread the word to friends and family about how important monthly breast exams and how important it is to get a mammogram. I also purchase products and support businesses that support breast cancer awareness and treatment. I had a high school best friend die of breast cancer so it’s very close to my heart.

  15. lisamys1 Says:

    I donated money, I purchased pink items and I am going to get checked this month and reminding all my friends to see if they had their exam or to make an appointment. We have to look out for each other!

  16. pookiekitty62 Says:

    I support it by donating money and reminding my friends and family to get their yearly mammograms.

  17. wizardewu Says:

    I support Breast Cancer Awareness month by helping spread the word about getting mammograms.

  18. laroyal06 Says:

    Breast Cancer Awareness means providing support to women who have been affected by this horrible condition.

  19. Sharon Howard Says:

    I support all Cancers because I lost my husband to cancer. I raise money by doing marathons and having drives for bone marrow testing.

  20. Asuna314 Says:

    I Support Breast Cancer Daily My Own Sister Is In Mid Battle With It. Its Not Her First Battle With Cancer In General. MY Other Family Have Gone Through. I Have a Fundraiser going on for her that isn’t doing well, but not giving up I Wear my Hope Pin On My Hoodie, Ribbon Survival Key chain As A Belt Hook. And My Ford Bandanna All The Time. I Love my sister dearly and wish mammograms were available at a younger age. I myself have never gotten 1 but feel i should be able to but can’t i hope to change that and help others not go thru what me n my sister are now…

  21. RitaLS Says:

    My dear auntie died of breast cancer and I very aware of this disease. I’m 51 years old and get a mammogram every year. I spread the Word to my friends and family and I have also told my daugther to tell her friends and ever her teachers at school.

  22. Tiffany B Says:

    I have been supporting Breast Cancer since as long as I can remember. Breast Cancer Awareness means alot to my family and we always remind eachother and others to get checked! We donate whenever we can and have been on to several walks to show our support. My aunt battled Breast Cancer for 20 years, she was always a happy joking person but one day (a couple years ago) she couldn’t fight any longer and got sicker. She always had a fun spirit, made everyone laugh and always kept a smile on her face. I feel truly blessed for having her in my life especially my whole childhood. She was there for me since I was a child till the day she passed away. I’ll never forget her, she was one of the strongest ladies I ever knew.

  23. gursab Says:

    Donate & Wear Pink to Support!

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