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Enter Spread the Love 2013

Valeria Fanelli | June 11, 2012 | 12:41 PM

Share your passion for beauty by entering Matrix’s Spread the Love competition


If you always dreamed of traveling the U.S., getting connected with the country’s best educators and stylists, and learning more about the beauty business, enter Matrix 2013 Spread the Love program!

The competition will give six recent beauty school graduates the chance to interact with some of the best names in the industry—from salon owners, to educators, manufacturers and marketers.

The lucky six winners will visit 50 Spread the Love salons and beauty schools across America. They will have the chance to access stores, salons, beauty schools, shows and learn more about the beauty industry directly from experts. They will also share their unique experience with blogs and social media through

Applicants will be required to post a video essay explaining why you want to take part in a Spread the Love adventure, links to personal social networking sites and links to personal blog samples.

Applications are due August 31, 2012, visit for the full list of rules and regulations, and get ready for a life-changing experience.

Winners will be announced mid-December 2012.

For more information visit:

VIDEO: Hear from the six Spread the Love members on why YOU should enter 2013's Spread the Love program! 


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