Hair doesn’t make a woman, but good hair definitely helps. It is the crown you never take off and one quick makeover that can instantly change your mood.
As actress and model Kate Bosworth once said, “It’s so different when you change your hair color, you’re treated so differently.”
Blonde. Rose Gold. Ultra Dark Brown. Ash Brown.
Imagine yourself in those hair colors. Whether you are thinking of getting a bold new color or experimenting on your hair for the first time, the good news is you can now do these at home. Hair coloring is now DIY-easy. All you need is to get the right products and you’re all set.
It’s time to take those locks on a hair coloring adventure as Watsons recently launched #HairGoals.
Watsons latest campaign encourages female shoppers to go out of their hair comfort zones and discover different hair color and hairstyle trends. #Hairgoals aims to introduce a whole new world of color and style options and alternatives for women. With a vast spread of hair products available in store, shoppers will find it a breeze to go for the specific look that they desire.
The launch was held on May 19 at the SM Mall Of Asia Activity Center where guests were given a chance to try out new hairstyles and colors provided by L’Oreal, Revlon, Kolours, Bigen, Beautylabo, Lolane, Liese and Revia, Styling tools and products by JML, W. Elite, Babyliss, VS Sassoon, Tresemme, Aquanet, Finesse and Suave, and Hair Care Products by Dove, Pantene, Creamsilk.
Use your SM Advantage Card and you can even take that new do on a trip to either Bali, Guam, or Sydney. You can also get a chance to snag a free iPhone 7 or an iPad Pro. Every P500 single-receipt purchase of participating products entitles an SMAC member to one e-raffle entry.
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