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Annabelle's Wigs competition for the Teenage Cancer Trust headed by Amy Childs from TOWIE


I am very proud to have been asked to help organise the below competition to help raise awareness and money for the teenage cancer trust.  I think that this is an excellent opportunity for all young people aged between 13 and 24 to design a wig and offers a fantastic prize plus two runner up prizes.  We have been fortunate enough to have Amy Childs to head this competition for Annabelle's Wigs and would really like to get you all involved;

The competition

We are asking you to design a wig that will appeal to people between 13-24.  This will then have to be uploaded onto the Annabelle’s Wigs  facebook page; http://www.facebook.com/AnnabellesWigsTeenageCancerTrustCompetition

You can base your design on a photo, celebrity’s hair, you can sketch your design or describe it to us.  The winning wig will be chosen by Amy Childs and the Annabelle’s Wigs team who will be looking out for it’s durability, how ‘on trend’ it is and also how relevant it is to the age range it is based at.

The Prize

The winning entry will have their wig made up by Annabelle’s Wigs and named after them.  It will go on sale along with the wig designed by Amy Childs where it will be sold in selected retailers as well as on the Annabelle’s Wigs website.  All profits made from these two wigs will go to the Teenage Cancer Trust.

The winner will also be will be taken on a shopping trip with celebrity stylist Joey Bevan then spend the day being pampered by the Annabelle's Wigs which includes a MUA make over and hair styling by Amy Prifti,  a photo shoot with Chris Giles Photographer and  will also receive a goody bag from Charles H Fox Make-Up.

 There will also be two runners up who will both receive a wig of their choice, make up supplied by Kryolan and make up brushes from Victoria Loves Beauty.
 
Please share this competition with your friends, the more people we have entering will help raise awareness for the teenage cancer trust.

 
Teenage Cancer Trust relies on donations to fund all of its vital work. To find out more, get involved or make a donation visit www.teenagecancertrust.org

Teenage Cancer Trust is a registered charity: 1062559 (England & Wales), SC039757 (Scotland).

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