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Flower Power!

Grab Anything Fun That Can Be Pinned In Your Hair With A Bobbi Pin. Who Says Accessories Have To Be Store Bought??

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Twisted Sister…..

Make Sure Your Curly Hair Is Treated With Kit Gloves. Don’t Touch Curls Until They Are COMPLETELY DRY! This Will Help To Eliminate Those Frizzy Ends.

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Fringe Benefits!

Want To Draw Attention To Your Eyes?

Nothing Screams LOOK At Me Then A Heavy Fringe!

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Got Bounce? Use your BIG Round brush to create extra volume, movement and texture.

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Growing out your hair? Try a fun new color to get you through those rough phases when you just want to cut it all off.

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When Back Combing Hair…

Secure The Tease At The Root To Avoid Floppy Hair.

Beauty Expert Kristan Serafino

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A Beauty Pro Segment is among my favorite television segments to watch on lifestyle programs.  I love to learn about the latest and greatest beauty products, trends, and tips that a beauty expert has in their bag of tricks.  But wait…. when it’s yours truly about to step in front of the camera on LIVE TV to share beauty & lifestyle tips the enthusiasm turns into butterflies in the pit of my stomach.  Lucky for me, New York Live’s popular hostess Jackie Reid was there to help calm my nerves.

Check out the video above to see some of my “Beauty Pro tips” your “Beauty Resolutions in 2014″.

Beauty Segment Suggested Products:

Ritual Cleanse: Premier 100% organic, fresh-pressed, raw juices.

Dentek Mouth Guards:  The only over-the-counter dental guard with a forming tray.
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Chanel Quadra Eye Shadow: Unlimited eye shades with a luminous & versatile palette.

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Moroccanoil Hair Masks:  A revitalizing treatment that quickly repairs weak, damaged, or color-treated hair.

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Clark’s Botanicals: These revolutionary skin care products feature “Jasmine Absolute,” a precious essential oil that naturally re-balances the skin.

Beauty ProWant to see my New York Live Segment on “Beauty Products Save Vs Splurge” Click here

“True beauty isn’t about perfection.  By liberating people to realize this simple fact, we help them see the real beauty within themselves” Kristan Serafino



“Beauty Products Save vs. Splurge” with Kristan Serafino



“Beauty Products Save vs. Splurge” with Kristan Serafino

To spend or not to spend…that is the question.  If you’re like me you balance your spending to achieve the best results.  As an example; to achieve a chic style on a modest budget you can combine an H&M shirt, Forever 21 pants, Zara jacket, then a Prada bag.  Voila…you look fine enough to stroll into the offices of Vogue.

The same goes for beauty products.  And the popular host of  New York LIVE, Lilliana Vazquez asked SerafinoSays to show her audience the secret behind the best save and splurge beauty product buys.

Visit this link to discover which beauty products are best to buy from your local drugstore and which are worth spending a few extra bucks for the best results.  By learning to balance your beauty budget you get the most bang-for-the-buck and the end result is comparable to a shopper with an unlimited budget.

 



Healthy Hair Tip: Hair, Scalp & Skin Protection from the Sun



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Healthy Hair Tip:  Hair, Scalp & Skin Protection from the Sun

I’m here to provide you a healthy hair tip to keep you hair, scalp and skin protected from the sun.  Summer is upon us, which means it’s time to shop for new sundresses, shirts, skirts, shoes and swimsuits.  SerafinoSays offers these words of caution; “Save room in your budget to prepare your hair and skin for the summer… or suffer the consequences!”

No matter how cautious you are your hair, scalp and skin are daily exposed to the summer season’s menacing qualities such as intense heat, dry air, chlorinated water, ultraviolet radiation, salt water, humidity and sand.  When precautions are not taken to help protect the hair and skin, or if exposure to the negative elements is left untreated, then the summer’s unwelcome elements can cause wrinkled skin, brittle & cracked hair cuticle, liver spots, and forms of skin cancer. 

SerafinoSays has “Pro Tips” that will increase your awareness of summer’s potential dangers and educate you on the best preventative measures.  Following these Pro Tips will assuredly keep your hair, scalp and skin looking and feeling healthy all summer long!  And all it takes is a little extra TLC and a commitment to live healthy.Healthy Hair Tip

How to Keep Your Hair Healthy

Use Conditioner Properly – A conditioner helps to restore moisture to the hair and repair damage to its cellular structure, but using conditioner improperly causes it to be completely ineffective.  Conditioner must be left in the hair for no less than 2 minutes before rinsing.  The longer the better because hair treatment products need time to penetrate into the hair shaft to be effective.

Less Blow Drying – The combination of summer’s heat and wind absorbs the hair’s natural moisture.  By adding excessive blow drying you further evaporate the moisture from the hair shaft leaving it dry, brittle and frizzy.  Summer is a great time to experiment with hairstyles that allow the hair to dry naturally.

Te-Tangle Before Brushing – Salt water and chlorine causes the hair to tangle leaving it tattered and broken after brushing.  After towel drying the hair, apply a Bumble & Bumble Leave In Conditoner to the tangles then gently comb the hair.

How to Keep Your Scalp Healthy

Oil Regularly – Apply coconut oil on the scalp to prevent and treat dry scalp that left untreated results in flaking and loss of hair.  Gently massage the coconut oil all over the scalp for 4-6 minutes, and then let it set for an additional 20 minutes before washing and conditioning the hair.

UV Filters – Use styling products with added UV protection to protect the scalp.  This Pro Tip is particularly important for colored hair since UV protection products help prevent color fading.

Wear a Hat – The simplest and one of the most effective methods to guard your hair, scalp and skin from the harmful elements of the summer sun is to cover up.

How to Keep Your Skin Healthy

Sunscreen, Sunscreen and More Sunscreen – A recent study proves the use of sunscreen slows the skins aging process.  That’s all I need to hear!  Frequently apply powerful sunscreens with SPF ratings greater than 30 and that also block both UVA and UVB light.

Eat Your Way to Protection – Remember the old adage, “you are what you eat.”  Well snacking on foods rich with antioxidants offer a protective effect for the skin.  These yummy foods include blueberries, seeds, nuts, tomatoes, yellow & orange fruits and vegetables such as carrots, apricots, bananas, etc.

Photesensitivity – A big word meaning sensitive to light, such as the sun’s light.  It can be triggered by the intake of certain drugs such as antibiotics and diuretics, which can cause skin to be sensitive to sun and prone to sunburn.  Talk to your doctor about this possibility of sun sensibilities caused by medications.

 

“True beauty isn’t about perfection.  By liberating people to realize this simple fact, we help them see the real beauty within themselves.”      Kristan Serafino


Simple Steps to Maintain Pretty Nails after Gardening



Simple Steps to Maintain Pretty Nails after Gardening

Simple Steps to Maintain Pretty Nails after Gardening

Living in the City for 20 years I had never felt a desire to feel the soil between my fingers as I cultivate a garden.  If I wanted to see a few of trees, I walked down a block with the occasional tree imbedded in the sidewalk.  If I wanted to see even more trees, I headed up to Central Park.  And if I wanted to feel lost in nature, I went to the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens.  I found this sporadic brush with nature completely satisfying.

Five years ago my sweetheart and I moved into an apt with a balcony slightly larger than a postage stamp.  I’ve had a tiny balcony before but I used only to step outside long enough to decide whether to wear a jacket that day.   It never occurred to me to use the balcony to garden.

The first spring season in our apartment my sweetheart thought it would be fun to surprise me with a couple plants for our balcony.  Although the gesture was romantic, I thought the man was sadistic since no plant had a chance of survival under my care.  Frankly, I thought the space could be used more effectively to store weatherproof bins for my ever-growing collection of shoes.

Before I broke the news to him that the plants would be happier in a ‘foster’ garden, I decided to embrace his romantic gesture and give it a try.  After much research I decided it seemed simple enough….water when dry.  Then something strange happened as the little plants began to grow.  This city slicker became infatuated with caring for those little plants.  As they grew rapidly and becoming more beautiful each day, it was obvious they needed friends.

The first year I added a few additional pots.  The second even more pots and I even experimented with herbs.  And today the once barren balcony has become my very own Botanical Garden.

How does this have anything to do with beauty and fashion?  Now that I have joined the multitudes that adore gardening I have come to learn toiling in the soil can wreak havoc on one’s manicure.  As much as I loved playing in the dirt, the dirt managed to permeate every crevice of my nails and cuticles.  While I reluctantly chalked it up to price you pay for being ‘one with nature’, I inadvertently discovered the cure to “Pretty Nails When Gardening.”

I recently attended a seminar sponsored by Dermalogica, a leading manufacturer of skincare products.  Since my hands were still recovering from a long, bitterly cold winter season, I decided to slather on the “Body Hydrating Cream” that I received in the Dermalogica gift bag before preparing the pots and soil for the upcoming balcony garden season.  Little did I know the incredible effects it would have on my nails?

I went about my gardening business as usual.  Dug deep into the soil, mixed in fresh potting soil, scraped the plants out of the pots that needed replanting and finished with a sprinkle of water.  After sweeping up my lovely mess, I headed to the bathroom to wash my hands with soap and a scrub brush.  I was expecting the usual firm scrub, followed by digging deep under my nail beds and into my cuticles to remove more dirt…then repeat.  The last step was to now try to recover from the abrasive scrubbing by applying a heavy hand lotion.

Much to my surprise, there was minimal scrubbing, minimal digging…and no need to repeat!  And as an added bonus my hands did not feel dry and certainly did not need a heavy hand cream.


These are the 7 Simple Steps to maintain pretty nails after gardening:

  1. Apply Dermalogica Body Hydrating Cream to the cuticles and under the nails. (Vaseline can be used as a substitute).
  2. Garden to your hearts content.
  3. Use Eve Echo Soap (My Favorite) and a scrub brush.
  4. Gently scrub around and under the nails.
  5. Wash hands thoroughly with warm water.
  6. Pat hands dry with a soft towel or paper towels
  7.  Apply desired lotion.

Happy Gardening! :)

 

“True beauty isn’t about perfection. By liberating people to realize this simple fact, we help them see the real beauty within themselves.” Kristan Serafino

 



“Dr Hauschka’s Volume Mascara”



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Guys and Dolls….. she’s back! The Skin Care Guru  is going to share another one of her products reviews but this time she has dove beyond the comforts of a skincare regime.  We are excited to be witness to the evolution of  “The Skin Care Guru”and what better do so than with a tube of makeup.

Written by: The Skin Care Guru

So.  You’re probably wondering why TSCG is writing a review on mascara.  Mascara isn’t a skin care item, its a beauty product!  (Then again, I’m assuming that you’re putting that much thought into this whole dealie, which in fact is unlikely to be the case….anyway.)  Yes, its true, mascara isn’t a skin care item.  BUT if you’re allergic to your mascara, or sensitive to it, or it runs and stains the skin around your eyes, causing you to vigorously rub it off, it becomes a skin care issue.  Why?  The skin around your eyes is one of the first areas to lose elasticity, so chronic puffing, pulling, stretching, and other no-no’s are likely to accelerate signs of aging.

Does that sound like I’m reaching for an excuse?  OK, maybe, because like most women I’d rather stroll out naked than without mascara.  However, I’m wildly sensitive to any number of ingredients and thus prone to redness, puffing, itching, etc.  After one particularly nasty reaction that left me looking like I had parasites invading my eyelids, I turned to mineral mascara, which seemed like a dream come true.  No parabens!  No phlatlates!  Then, my mineral mascara of choice was discontinued.  After sitting shiva for a week, I started an epic search for its replacement.Dr Hauschka's Volume Mascara

Last week, I received a tube of Dr. Hauschka’s Volume Mascara.  Every granola-eater knows Dr. Hauschka, one of the most venerable organic skin care lines.  But mascara?   Huh.

PACKAGING:  Plain black tube in a nice, normal size.  When did mascara packaging start looking like something better kept discreetly in a bedside drawer??

BRUSH:  Medium density spooly, no taper.  Fibrous.

CONSISTENCY:  Semi-wet.  Not so wet that your lashes stick together, though, instead, it goes on like silk without the downsides of a wet product.  Pretty much the ideal;  allows the user to brush on several layers quickly without snags.

CLUMP FACTOR:  Zero.  I mean ZERO.  As in none.  Kind of amazingly none, given that it does actually give your lashes some heft.  (See below.)

COVERAGE:  Medium.  One or two swipes looks fairly natural, three or four starts to look dramatic.  But still without a single clump, and even better, without the buildup at the tip of the lash that’s so common (and icky looking.)  So while the drama factor climbs, the undesirable stick-lash look is never a risk.

SMUDGE FACTOR:  Medium-high.  This was really my only gripe;  for my day-long mascara, I do expect staying power, and staying power that I don’t have to think about, as I am totally unlikely to look in the mirror between 7:30 a.m. and the end of the work day.  (Who wants to see herself in flourescent bathroom lights??)  At day end, I did find smudges under my eyes three days out of five, though not huge raccoon smudges.

Conclusion?  I would absolutely buy this mascara again.  Need to experiment a bit with smudge control, but love the effect, love the lack of clumps.

Love this review? Make sure to click here for “The Skin Care Guru’s” review on MenScience Facial Tone Enhancer.

“True beauty isn’t about perfection. By liberating people to realize this simple fact, we help them see the real beauty within themselves.” Kristan Serafino



“MenScience Facial Tone Enhancer”



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Did you ever catch yourself glaring at the woman standing in line while you’re mesmerized on how stunning her skin looks?  Did you desperately want to ask her what magical cream she uses?  Does she use a toner?  Does she exfoliate?  Does she use bar soap or bottle soap?  Questions are swimming around in your mind.  Just about then the lady behind you in line, not so subtlety, nudges you with her shopping cart.

Ladies and gentlemen, we know just that type of women.  And better yet, she is going to share her secrets and review women & mens skin care products while you relax in the comfort of your chair.  SerafinoSays is proud to introduce to you; The Skin Care Guru!

Written by: The Skin Care Guru

Strangers stop me on the street to ask me about my skin.  Not sure if its because my skin is so amazing, or just improbable for my age.  (I’ll take the former, thank you very much.)  Some suspect expert makeup.  Some suspect unfair gene-allotment.  Some suspect the truth, slavish obsession with skincare.  My obsession began EARLY, because I have KP, and growing up, I looked like Red beard, thanks to having KP not just on the backs of my arms and tops of my thighs, but also on the sides of my face and upper lip. (Yikes.)  Dermatologist?  Big yawn on the home front.  So I used my babysitting money to experiment with exfoliating scrubs, moisturizers….and voila, a lifelong habit was born.

This time of year, my days are planned with military precision.  Coffee, gym, work, cocktail party, cocktail party, cocktail party, crash.  (Yes of course I diligently take of my makeup prior to ‘crash’.)  Is there any time in between ‘work’ and ‘cocktail party #1′ for a clothing change and full-on glamazoning?  NO.  And by the end of the work day, we can all use a bit of glamazoning.  The good news is, with a few key products, a bit can take you out the door looking like 1) you got a great night’s sleep the night before and 2) you had plenty of time to re-do your makeup before you ran out the office door, change of pumps in hand.

I am looking awfully pale these days, so I was uber-happy when the Facial Tone Enhancer from Menscience showed up on my desk.  As a product designed for men, it is packed with skincare ingredients, and designed to put directly on bare skin.  OR perfect for end of day, when one’s makeup has worn off, one’s skin has dried out, and one urgently needs a good glow.  Off to the testing lab.  Er, bathroom.

Packaging:  Tube with fully detachable top.
Texture:  Watery.  Careful!!  Because the product is packaged in a tube, I was expecting a gel, and it really is as thin as water.
Color:  Glow-y bronze.
Coverage factor:  Low.
Key ingredients:  CoQ10, Peptides, Hyalauronic Acid, Squalene, Green Tea, Vitamin A.  In other words, a full lineup of what you’re looking for to firm, plump, moisturize, and increase skin density while protecting from environmental stress.  Always good things to put on your face!

I dabbed a bit across my nose and cheekbones, and looked a bit like I had come back from a weekend away.  Nice!  I am going to try this under mineral powder on bare skin, and use it all over my face and neck.  It absorbs quickly, and is sheer enough that there is no risk of looking like George Hamilton.  Why not let my whole face take advantage of this one-step wonder?

“True beauty isn’t about perfection. By liberating people to realize this simple fact, we help them see the real beauty within themselves.” Kristan Serafino

 



“Popeye Loves Spinach And So Should You”



Written by: Kristan Serafino

At SerafinoSays we don’t make it a practice to re-post material, but we just thought this one was worth sharing again…

“I’m strong to the finsh, because I eat my spinch! I’m Popeye the Sailor man!”  Yes, 80 years later and Popeye never looked better.  Of course we all know Popeye attributes his abundance of muscles to a healthy diet of spinach.  But, what Popeye didn’t tell you is spinach is chock full of nutrients and vitamins to improve your hair and skin.  As Popeye would say, “I ain’t no physcikisk, but I knows what matters!”

Fortunately Popeye used his fame to make a positive influence on the American diet and therefore the health of Americans.  Let me explain; The popularity of Popeye during the 1930′s & 1940′s helped boost spinach sales by nearly 35%.  That’s astonishing!  There was a direct correlation between  Popeye’s gain in popularity and increased consumption of the leafy vegetable.  Then again in the early 1980′s there was a resurgence of spinach sales after the release of the live-action film staring Robin Williams.  This character created for comic strips by the Fleischer brothers, Max and Dave, was so persuasive that the spinach-growing community of Crystal City, Texas, erected a statue of the Popeye in recognition of his positive effects on the spinach industry.

But WHAT does this mean for our Skin & Hair?

Spinach contains a very high nutritional value and is extremely rich in antioxidants, especially when prepared fresh, steamed, or quickly boiled.  It is a rich source of vitamin A (and especially high in lutein that improves skin elasticity and hydration), vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, magnesium, manganese, folate, betaine, iron, vitamin B2, calcium, potassium, vitamin B6, folic acid, copper, protein, phosphorus, zinc, niacin, selenium and omega-3 fatty acids, iron and calcium.   Collectively these nutritional properties promote healthy hair and skin.  A single serving of Popeye’s favorite meal will inevitably improve more than you muscles.

“True beauty isn’t about perfection. By liberating people to realize this simple fact, we help them see the real beauty within themselves.” Kristan Serafino


“Best Sunblock For Your Skin And Hair”



Written by: Kristan Serafino

If you have not noticed from my earlier posts, I am a HUGE advocate of SUNSCREEN!  Growing up in South Florida, my early years were spent looking like a local girl from Impanema.  Consequently, I preface this post with the admission; “do as I say, not as I did!”

It was not until the semblance of my first wrinkle around the eyes that it occurred I no longer have the skin elasticity of a baby’s butt.  Geeez, just another of a growing line of beauty deviations while growing up I was confident I was impervious to such as graying hair, weight challenges, cellulite, and surrendering to gravity in certain areas.  To make matters worse, I would constantly study my new wrinkles under a high intensity lamp in a magnifying mirror thereby making the wrinkles appear like a topographic map of the Grand Canyon.If I was going to SLOW down the wrinkle process it would take immediate and drastic measures.  First, substitute my generous lathering of baby oil with a quality sunscreen; second, remorsefully destroy the customized tin foil cardboard that I would strategically position around my neck to bounce the perfect sunlight on my face.

Seriously… exceedingly more important than my vanity, was my realization that I wanted to take steps to decrease the risk of skin cancer.

This post is certainly not meant to harp on the morbid realities of a childhood spent obsessed with carefree tanning, but more of a seasonal wake-up call to children and parents of sun worshipers.  What better way to deliver a serious message than share hard core facts from the American Cancer Society.  Then, true to the philosophy of  SerafinoSays, if a problem is presented then I also want to provide a solution.  So, I will offer a few of my favorite products to help protect your body from those “Bad UV Rays”.

The Facts: According to the American Cancer Society, “Sunburns are thought to increase your risk of skin cancer, including melanoma. But UV exposure can raise skin cancer risk even without causing sunburn.

Furthermore: “Sunscreen is a product that you apply to your skin for protection against the sun’s UV rays. But it’s important to know that sunscreen does not provide total protection against all UV rays. Even with proper sunscreen use, some rays get through, which is why using other forms of sun protection, is also important.”

Now, I am NOT saying don’t expose yourself to the sun and stay inside an imperviable shell like a hermit.  I am “Just Sayin’” ladies of all ages (I’m also preaching to the young sun goddesses), wear sun block on your face, eyes, body and hair.  Yes, I said “hair”!  Here are a few of my favorite sunscreen mechanisms that will still allow you fun in the summer sun, but block the your body from harmful UV rays.

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“Freckles”



Written by: Erica Hungerford

I love my freckles, but that is something I have had to grow into.  They don’t cover my entire face like most cases, but instead they are noticeably concentrated on my nose, cheeks, and a little bit of my forehead.  The little spots are actually one of the first things people point out to me.  They would say “you have freckles” to which I would respond “yes….?”

At first people mentioned it to state a matter of fact because it was the first thing that came into their mind when they saw my face.  But within the last couple years the comments have become more and more complimentary.  The fact is freckles are in!  And if you got them, now is the time to flaunt them.  I have developed a couple techniques that I use on a daily basis to best show off my freckles.

I have been using Clinique Perfectly Real Compact powder foundation for years because once I found my perfect shade I stuck with it.  Don’t use a heavy concealer or liquid foundation over a freckled area because they tend to look cakey over freckles.  Powder is better to use because you can manipulate it more.

Every morning I follow the same technique to insure my freckles get noticed.  I apply the Clinique powder all over my face with the powder puff, including the freckled area.  Then I use both hands to sweep from the bridge of my nose to my cheeks twice to remove excess powder from my freckles while still keeping the foundation evenly blended overall.  For a finishing touch when I am going out and about, I take a dab of Chanel’s Sheer Illuminating Fluid and run it along the bridge of my nose and a little on my cheekbones to create some definition.

With blush, however, it’s a different story.  The pigment in powdered blushes has a tendency to cover freckles.  I recently came across the most amazing product in Sephora.  It’s called the Josie Maran Aragan Color Stick in Petal Pink and it has become my new favorite product.  It’s a do-everything stick that can be used as blush or lipstick (it looks great when used as both!).  Freckles love this color stick because, like the foundation, it is a lot easier to manipulate than a powder blush, in my opinion.  I draw a line with the stick from the center of my cheek to the top of the cheekbone and then blend lightly with three fingers until the color melts into my skin.  Instead of covering or overpowering my freckles, it compliments them, giving my face a natural, rosy glow.

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“True beauty isn’t about perfection. By liberating people to realize this simple fact, we help them see the real beauty within themselves.” Kristan Serafino

 



“Lela Rose Fall Fashion Show 2012″



Have you ever wondered how a model’s skin looks so radiant walking down the catwalk? SerafinoSays interviewed Bevin who was partnered with Arcona Skin Care backstage at the Lela Rose show.

Let’s hear how to create glowing runway skin:

The key to ARCONA’s effectiveness is its active ingredients and the way they are combined and processed. Cosmeceutical-grade ingredients, such as enzymes, antioxidants and amino acids, are formulated to work synergistically to deliver powerful results. These active ingredients are cold-processed at very low temperatures, in small batches, to keep them active and effective. Because cold processing is labor and time intensive, most skin care products, even the expensive ones that may begin with quality ingredients, are heatprocessed, which ultimately leaves nutrients lifeless and ineffective.

xxx

 



Daily – “Philosophy Giveaway”



TODAY… the 21st of December, is the 10th day of SerafinoSays 14 Days of Holiday Giveaway.  We will randomly select 3 Philosophy WINNERS. Two winners selected from the SerafinoSays Blog Contest and one more winners selected from the SerafinoSays Twitter Contest :  (Click here for Official Rules)

The Prizes:

(1) Winner will receive Philosophy  Amazing Grace Fragrance layering collection: Perfumed Shampoo, Bath & Shower Gel, Spray Fragrance & Perfumed Body Butter. (Value $80.00)

(1) Winner will receive Philosophy Parties for Hosting: Cherry Berry Crisp Shampoo, Shower Gel & Bubble Bath and Body Lotion (Value $20.00)

(1) Winner will receive Philosophy The Gingerbread Girl:  Shampoo, Shower Gel & Bubble Bath and Body Lotion (Value $20.00)

How to Win:

To increase your chances post on both  SerafinoSays and Twitter.  Remember, we are choosing winners from the Comment Section (2) & Twitter (1)!

  • The Blog:  Type the word Happy Holidays in  the “Comment” section.  The “Comment” section is located under the Date of each blog post.  Enter just once for each days contest.
  • Twitter: To enter the Twitter contest you will need to “FOLLOW” @SerafinoSays and @lovephilosophy Then copy and paste the following: @SerafinoSays I want to win the @lovephilosophy Holiday Giveaway! #SerafinoSaysPickMe
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***Grand Prize: Linea Pelle Hand Bag No special entry is required to register for the Grand Prize contest.  Each day’s names registered for the SerafinoSays Blog contest is automatically submitted once for the Grand Prize drawing.  Each day’s name registered for the SerafinoSays Twitter contest is automatically submitted once for the Grand Prize drawing.  The best chance to win the Grand Prize is for you to register for both contests each day.
 

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