Tuesday, August 04, 2009

HairZing Give Away!


There was only one product that I really was on the lookout for at BlogHer, and I knew that a blogger named Angel Smith would be handing them out at some point. HairZing is a hair accessory that is so pretty and so simple to wear. It's perfect for a woman who wants to look elegant despite the fact that her toddler is wiping his nose on her shirt, and she skipped brushing her teeth to get the oldest off to the bus stop on time. That means HairZing is the perfect accessory for a girl like me.

If you know me in real life, then you know I've been blessed with a massive mop of brown hair that has a mind of its own and aspirations too. My hair wants to be a WWF wrestler. Yes, this may be bizarre, but it's true. Since the mid 1980's, the sheer weight of it has cracked dozens of plastic clips and snapped quite a few ponytail bands. I do my best to keep this unruly mess under my control, but on high-humidity days, it seems to gain power and explode into a mass of frizz, just to show me who is the boss of me after all.

To my delight, I found Angel at BlogHer and she handed me a HairZing. Would this clip finally put my mop in its place? The next day, I tried it out in the morning before my trip home.

What I like about HairZing is that it doesn't pull my hair so tightly that I get a headache, and it doesn't cause split ends. It looks like I spent a lot of time fixing my hair, but it takes only a minute to put on. It's stylish without being girlish, and you can wear it with jeans or a formal gown. it looks great both ways.

My HairZing caused a commotion in the airport, when it set off the metal detectors. The upside to this awkward moment was that I was able to live out my super model fantasy, pulling the clip out of my hair and shaking my head around a bit like my namesake Lauren Hutton did in an old-school shampoo commercial. The security guard paused in handing me back my HairZing. You know she was thinking of confiscating it and wearing to work the next day herself.

The final test of this wonderful product was when I met my family at baggage claim back in Islip. My daughter, whom I call princess, grabbed me by the face and turned my head in her hands.

"Oh MY! What a lovely clip Mama. You look fabulous."

That settled it. This HairZing was awesome for sure since my princess knows fabulous when she sees it.

You want a HairZing to try for yourself? Guys, do you know a woman who would like one? I have three to give away today on my blog compliments of HairZing. Just leave me a comment with your email address included. If you win I will contact you and request your mailing address. The contest will close this Friday, August, 7th 2009. I will pick the winners by a random drawing of commenters. Good Luck and thanks for stopping by. -Loren
Winners Update:
Caity, Paula, and Elizabeth you won by a random drawing from a Yankee hat. Thanks for commenting everyone. I will forward the email addresses of the winners to my contact at HairZing and she will mail you your free clips. Enjoy.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'll throw my entry in. I think my wife would like this. You can reach me via my work address: g.twachtman at elsevier dot com.

GT

Elizabeth Kathryn Gerold-Miller said...

I've seen these on commercials and have always wanted one! You know I have the same problem as you with having alot of hair with a mind of its own and no time to style it! Elizabeth ekgeroldmiller@gmail.com

jenX said...

hi loren - you do have great hair! also, your sesame street dvd 1969-74 should arrive very soon. will u lmk when it does??? it should have been sent from the seller i purchased it from between saturday-monday. it should also be new in package. since it's coming to you from the seller and not from me, lmk!! enjoy!

Loren Christie said...

Hi Jen, Yes- I'll let you know when I get it. Thanks so much! -Loren

Valerie said...

They look pretty cool! I would like to test one out =)
KawaiiNeko2008 at aol dot com

Caity said...

That is pretty awesome! I'd love to enter. I also have a huge amount of thick hair. I'm always looking for new things to try.

x@caity.nu

Paula said...

Hi Loren,

They look fabulous - and so pretty! Wait a minute...you set off metal detectors at the airport?! That is funny :)

Paula

Kristen J said...

Sounds like just the thing for me; the "scrunchie" look makes me feel like a teenager again (and not in a good way!). :) So, please enter me, too!

Kristen J
weareacatholicfamily@live.com

Elizabeth Kathryn Gerold-Miller said...

Thanks Loren! I can't wait to try this! You know what I said about having to have perfect hair and nails over at the Catholic School.

Loren Christie said...

Congrats Elizabeth! Perfect hair and nails at the Catholic School?Oh that is SO warped.

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