Thursday, December 1, 2011

B.A.S.K Yam Nectar Intense Hair Nourisher : Random giveaway-CLOSED

I ordered some body products from BASK Beauty Assortment for the Sun-kissed on Black Friday.  I received a 2oz sample of the newest item soon to debut. Its Called Y.A.M. Nectar Intense Hair Nourisher. I've tested it out on a friends hair and STELLAR results.  I still have my 4oz jar as you only need a tiny bit, it emulsifies into a rich cream once water hits your hair so I'm giving this away . This random giveaway will only run for 24 hours.

Ingredients:
Clover Honey, Vegetable Glycerin, Yucca Oil (virgin olive oil infused with Yucca root), Avocado Oil, Meadowfoam Seed Oil, Manuka Honey, BTMS, Panthenol, Essential Oils of Grapefruit and Copaiba, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin.


ETA:The Y.A.M. is really thick, so it has to be applied to wet hair (right after shampooing). Part your freshly shampoo'd hair into sections & apply a little of the Y.A.M. Honey Treatment - it will emulsify into a conditioning cream once it comes in contact with water. Let it soak into your hair for at minimum 15 to 20 minutes (steam with it for optimal results). Please RINSE out......this is pure honey afterall so you don't want your hair left feeling sticky! 

email QUESTIONS at the customer_service@baskbeauty contact


 You must leave a comment describing what your Thanksgiving Holiday was like! I'm nosey! :)




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13 comments:

Angelique said...

Thanksgiving was awesome, had dinner with my family and enjoyed a 4 day weekend (even though when I went back to work I wanted the weekend to be longer). Oh and most importantly the only thing I had to make was the banana pudding!!!

Shawnystheone said...

Sounds like a awesome holiday. I cooked the night before with my son and then we ate at noon on Turkey Day. I did nothing but eat and sleep for the next couple of days. It was wonderful1!

Tif-fro-nee said...

My Thanksgiving was great. I traveled back to my hometown and I was able to congregate with family and friends. We reminisced about the good ole times (always a treat...walking down memory lane); watched movies; and most importantly; we ate delicious dishes and desserts (until our stomach's protruded). I had an awesome time and I can't wait for Christmas break.

Precious @ Precious-Curls.com said...

Thanksgiving was great! I'm in college, so I took the bus and met my family at the station. Next morning I helped get everything ready. All my relatives started to come around 3:00pm. Lots of babies and little kids around so that kept me pretty busy! Overall, it was great seeing everyone, because I hadn't seen them in months. Food was also great! We had turkey, chicken, butternut squash, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, and lots of other good food! Can't wait for Christmas! :)

TrollopCM said...

My Thanksgiving was, in a word. AMAZING. My great-uncle who is a chef, hosted dinner this year and the food was DELICIOUS! Pumpkin souffle, turkey, lamb, mac pie, lasagna, peas and rice, oxtails, the works!

Mary said...

My Thanksgiving was great, great food and great people. It was very much needed vacation, plus I got a little retail therapy during Black Friday. Only wished that it lasted longer.

Tianna said...

Thanksgiving was great. We travelled from house to house and ate. I passed out by 9pm. Just the way I like it!

Tianna

Angie said...

I am truely very ThAnKfull this year with so many blessings the biggest one is that my mother came and spent it with me and the family for the very first time.In our new house. I cooked a honey/brown sugar glazed spiral ham,collard greens,yams,mac&cheese,cornbread,and i baked a pumpkin cake. Hubby deep fried a turkey!. Yum! :o)

Keisa said...

Thanksgiving is absolutely the best holiday for me and my family. There's always enough food for an entire army. It's always at my Grandmother's house ( who is 98 by the way) and yes she still cooks the dinner, with help from my uncle :) We do it up, the good dishes and all! Thanks giving dinner is always at 3;30 pm (Grandma is the boss) We all stand around the table and pray over the dinner holding hands. Then dig in. About 2 hours later after we recover it's pie time. This year there were 3 pies ,2 tarts, lemon bars, red velvet cake and an apple crumble (all handmade) We sit together and talk for hours afterward. I look forward to this every year. My husband is from Ghana, so then we went to his families house and started all over again. P90X is waiting for me!!!!

Amy V. said...

Thanksgiving was a very small family affair for me. The food was awesome! Funny story tho: My dad, for some crazy reason, fed my 4 year old nephew a bottle of Ensure before he came to my mom's house for dinner. We were wondering why he wouldn't eat anything til my brother finally told us lol... But yeah, it was a pretty good time :-)

Kaye said...

I worked :(, but they had turkey sandwiches and sweet potato pie for the night shift1

Lacoya S. said...

Ate, Ate, and ate some more! My family (fiancee' and son) shared in with another family that we are close with (me and Fiancee' went to Grad School with guy and his fiancee). It was good times!

Victoria said...

I had a great time with my brother and his family. My niece and I saw the new Muppets movie that evening, awesome bonding time for us!

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