Giveaway! Win one of 2 EdgeSticks from Azure

Posted October 10, 2014 in Afro Caribbean Hair Salons, Afro Caribbean Salons, Beauty, Black hair, Good Afro Salon Awards, Hairstyles, Product Review - Leave a comment

The EdgeStick is a revolutionary heated tool that’s a must-have on every girls dresser. With it’s ability to transform all hair types and textures, it’s in particular a must for those frizzy hair days. We at NoScrunchie love it’s ability to calm those edges, hairline and baby hairs around the delicate scalp area without any nasty burns. Simple slather some serum onto the hair before use so end results are glossy and smooth.

What’s also amazing about this revolutionary yet simple hair device is that it’s perfect to use on chemically treated hair. So whether your locks have recently been relaxed or coloured, it will not damage them. The ceramic heated barrel is coated with tourmaline to amplify the results whereas the double comb design shields the skin as it catches even the smallest hair at the hairline. Thinner, narrow sections work dramatically better with the EdgeStick.

We have two EdgeSticks to give away.

One for the person who writes the most reviews on noscrunchie by the 24th October. You can review the same salon more than once for different hairstyles, and you can also review different salons that you have been to. Get reviewing!

blue edgestick

The second is a pink EdgeStick with Swarovski crystals embedded on it making it that extra bit irresistible. Amping up its aesthetic appeal, the stunning heated tool is perfect to achieve salon professional hairstyles.

crystal edgestick

This one’s for the salons and stylists out there. The more customers you get to review your salon on NoScrunchie, the greater your chance to win one of these fabulous electronic hair tamers. Whether you’re a mobile hairdresser, a freelance hair stylist or a traditional salon, you are eligible to take part and enter for a chance to win.

Winners will be presented with their edgesticks at the NoScrunchie Good Afro Salon Awards on 2nd November 2014.


Share and Enjoy: These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages.
  • Digg
  • StumbleUpon
  • Reddit
  • Ask
  • email
  • Google Bookmarks
  • Mixx
  • MySpace
  • Print
  • Squidoo
  • XING
  • YahooMyWeb
  • LinkedIn
  • Live-MSN
  • Technorati
  • Twitter

Your Comments

There are no comments so far

Leave a comment

Leave a Reply