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Organic Hair Oil Giveaway (closed)

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Update: Courtney is the winner of the organic hair oil! Congrats girl!

Yesterday I did a review on Tropical Tradition’s Organic Hair Oil and today we’re giving it away. I love this stuff so much, so I’m so happy that one of you will get to try it! I get my coconut oil from Tropical Traditions because it’s simply the best quality and I love the benefits.

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The giveaway will close on Monday, June 25th – Good luck!

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67 Responses to “Organic Hair Oil Giveaway (closed)”

  1. Jessica Silva

    I like to rinse with watered down apple cider vinegar about once week or so, it makes my hair soft, full and shiny. and to use less plastics I alternate between a shampoo bar (from esty) and burt’s bees shampoo & conditioner. going to bring the baking soda/ no poo method back into the mix as well.

  2. Lisa @ Fit in the Midwest

    My favorite tip comes from my stylist-when blow drying, keep flipping the hair back and forth to give it volume. I wear side bangs, so I actually don’t blow dry them in the same direction that I want them to lay. I go the opposite way and this helps tremendously!

  3. Lisa @ Fit in the Midwest

    I tweeted about the giveaway and I follow you!

  4. Lisa @ Fit in the Midwest

    I follow tropical traditions on Pinterest now.

  5. hannah

    I never blow dry, and very rarely straighten or curl my hair. I have naturally dry/coarse hair and I realized how damaged it was becoming so I quit using so many styling products and my hair has been looking and feeling much better!

  6. Jade

    My favorite tip is really simple…try not to wash your hair everyday! I find that unless you’re prone to very oily hair, allowing 2-3 days before shampooing keeps your hair much more nourished and healthy-looking!

  7. Debbie@ Live from La Quinta

    I’m afraid I don’t do anything special for my hair (hopefully that doesn’t show). I do try to skip a day of washing now and then because I think that is good for it.

  8. Debbie@ Live from La Quinta

    I followed both tropical tradition & ttspecialdeals on twitter

  9. Debbie@ Live from La Quinta

    I followed you on twitter and tweeted.

  10. Debbie@ Live from La Quinta

    I pinned your roasted red pepper dip (which looks yummy, btw).

  11. Debbie@ Live from La Quinta

    I followed tropical traditions on pinterest.

  12. Lisa

    To make sure I keep length in my hair with no breakage, I braid my hair every single night so it doesn’t break off!

  13. Kamaile

    I get my hair trimmed every 7 weeks & only blow dry it a couple times a week.

  14. Haley @ Health Freak College Girl

    My favorite hair care tip would be to not overbrush it!

  15. Haley @ Health Freak College Girl

    follow both on twitta :)

  16. Haley @ Health Freak College Girl

    follow you on twitter and tweeted

  17. Haley @ Health Freak College Girl

    follow tropical traditions on pinterestttt

  18. Amanda

    My hair is short and dry, so I just brush it as it dries naturally, avoiding the blow dryer and working some natural oils back in feom the scalp. I don’t get as much as people with long hair but brushing frequently as it dries achieves the same. I also use a deep conditioner once a week or so

  19. Amanda

    I follow you and tweeted.

  20. Ilene

    Try not to wash your hair everyday. If you color it, the color will last longer.

  21. Hania

    My tip? To cut them even 1 centimeter each 1 or 1.5 month. They will look healthier and much happier ;-)

  22. Hania

    Followed Tropical Traditions on Twitter on both :)

  23. Hania

    I followed you on Twitter :)

  24. karina

    i deep condition my hair once a week.

  25. Ashley

    I try to avoid blow drying whenever I can…thanks so much for the giveaway!

  26. Ashley

    I Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter

  27. Ashley

    I follow you on twitter and tweeted :)

  28. Ashley

    I follow you on Pinterest

  29. Katie

    I have horrible hair so I don’t have a tip to offer.

  30. Brandy

    I am following Tropical Traditions on Pinterest now.

  31. Nichole

    I follow Tropical Traditions

  32. Nichole

    I have learned to only wash it every other day, even though I have very fine hair…your hair will adapt.

  33. Sarah H.P.

    I like using olive oil to condition my hair once a week. It provides instant shine and silkiness!

  34. Katie

    I don’t wash every day and try to do a deep conditioning treatment at least once a week. Great giveaway!

  35. Amanda H

    Wash your hair less! If you wash it every single day, it forces your scalp to produce more oil.

  36. Amanda H

    I follow them on both of their names on twitter under vintagesque

  37. Amanda H

    I tweeted:

  38. Amanda H

    I follow them on Pinterest under vintagesque :) Good luck with the giveaway!

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  40. Diane

    I do like a little hair oil for my dry ends. It keeps my hair behaving especially on humid days.

    I subscribe to TT newsletter.

  41. Diane

    I follow TT on twitter

  42. Diane

    I follow ttspecialdeals too.


  43. Diane

    I am following you on twitter too.

  44. Beth

    I’m signed up for TT’s newsletter
    rollerbeth at gmail dot com

  45. Beth

    I’m following TT’s two Twitter accounts
    rollerbeth at gmail dot com

  46. Beth

    I’m following you on Twitter
    rollerbeth at gmail dot com

  47. Beth

    Hair tip: only wash your hair once or twice a week.
    The natural oils in your hair keep it soft & silky smooth.
    rollerbeth at gmail dot com

  48. Peggy Sue Chaves

    I have very dry hair and like earthscience olive & avocado deep conditioning masque. Would love to try a coconut oil on my hair. I have used coconut oil on my skin and it is great.

  49. Courtney Tucker

    For strong and beautiful hair I mix 2 egg yolks with 2 tsp. castor oil. Massage mixture on hair. Keep it for sometime then rinse it thoroughly.
    I also rinse with Braggs ACV, Honey, and diluted water!

  50. Courtney Tucker

    I am subscribed to Tropical Traditions newsletter with the email!

  51. Courtney Tucker

    I follow Tropical Traditions and Tropical Traditions Special Deals on Twitter under the name Courtney Tucker @Gothlyric!

  52. Courtney Tucker

    I follow you on Twitter, and tweeted!

  53. Courtney Tucker

    Shared on Facebook!

  54. Courtney Tucker

    I follow Tropical Traditions on Pinterest under the name Courtney Tucker username gothlyric!

  55. Courtney Tucker

    I Pinned this giveaway!
    Pinterest- Courtney Tucker username gothlyric

  56. Kristen

    I subscribe to the TT newsletter.

  57. Kristen

    I follow TT on pinterest.

  58. Kristina Hearn

    Only do one chemical service to your hair at one time..if you color, don’t relax. If you perm, don’t color and only wash your hair once a week!

  59. InezbyDesign

    I have subscribed to TT newsletter

  60. InezbyDesign

    Following TT & TTspecials on twitter @InezbyDesign

  61. InezbyDesign

    Following you on twitter and posted:

  62. InezbyDesign

    Shared on my FB at

  63. InezbyDesign

    Following TT on pinterest

  64. Kristin Purdon

    I subscribed to the newsletter

  65. Kristin Purdon

    I follow them on Pinterest

  66. Kristin Purdon

    Favorite hair care tip-do not was hair everyday.

  67. Ebie

    signed up for newsletter

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