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Do you have London’s Coolest Hairstyle?

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Do you have London’s Coolest Hairstyle?
30th April 2014

Tweet a hair-selfie for a chance to win a VIP red-carpet experience

London Live has teamed up with official launch partner Studio Line from L’Oreal Paris to give you the chance to win a unique VIP experience in the heart of the city for you and a friend. The prize includes a night in a top London hotel, a meal for two at a Michelin starred restaurant and a chauffeur driven limo to the UK film premiere of X-Men: Days Of Future Past, on Monday 12 May. Plus L’Oreal will provide a professional stylist to give you a make‐over, and a unique hair style using their new texture range.

You’ll be asked to create your own video diary of the day, which we will then display at

So get styling and send us a selfie of your good hair day now!

How to enter

Tweet your selfie, along with #hairselfieTXT, before midnight on Sunday. We’ll be uploading our favourites to throughout the week.

Here’s some of our favourites so far...


Terms & Conditions

Promotion closes at 23:59 on Sunday 20 April 2014. There is one prize of a VIP trip for 2 to the UK film premiere of X-Men: Days Of Future Past, on Monday 12 May 2014. The prize also includes a hair and makeup makeover for the winner and their guest by a stylist provided by L’Oreal at the winner’s hotel, dinner at Michelin-starred Galvin at Windows Restaurant from a 3-course set menu including a bottle of house wine, and one nights’ accommodation in the 4* Rembrandt Hotel in a twin/double room with breakfast. All elements of the prize are to be taken on the same day as the premiere, and timings and schedule of the day are subject to change.  Transfer from the hotel to the premiere location is by limo, and transfer from the premiere location to the restaurant and then back to the hotel is by executive car transfer. Travel to the hotel from the winner’s home and from the hotel the next day will be the responsibility of the winner. The winning entry will be the favourite valid entry as selected by the judging panel from all valid entries received and the winner will be contacted via social media by Friday 25 April 2014. Each entry must include the hashtag #hairselfieTXT. The prizes are non-transferable and there is no cash alternative. Entrants and the winner’s chosen guest must be over 18. The winner must live within the M25 and be available on the date and time of the event. If the winner cannot be contacted by midday on Wednesday 30 April we will select another winner. By entering, you are agreeing for your entry to be published in future communication, including on London Live and on and by L’Oreal on any medium L’Oreal may choose. The winner will be expected to record a video diary of their day, which may be used in the future as seen fit by London Live and its affiliated media and L’Oreal. The winner will not own any copyright in the footage. L’Oreal is responsible for providing a stylist to style the winners’ hair and do their make-up, please contact London Live with any issues over fulfilment.  

Usual promotion rules apply, see For further information, please write to Customer Care, Room 203b, London Live, Northcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London, W8 5TT. Promoter: London Live.

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