Win Muk Curl Stick V2.0
This is your chance to win the new muk Curl Stick V2.0 to make any style for your hair. It's free to join and all you need to do is only submit your details to their email address.
ReviewWin Muk Curl Stick V2.0 is a competition by Label Magazine and has a prize pool of $159.95 for 1 prize. This competition has a very low prize pool. Participation is free. The products looks amazing with advances and a big leap forward in performance, versatility, ergonomics, technical advancements and appearance. Best of all, you get four barrels in one, plus faster, rapid heating time with 5 temperature settings to adapt to different hair types and textures. That makes this contest is worth to try and it's free too!
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