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Facebook Chat with Brig Van Osten!

Lauren Salapatek | July 10, 2011 | 5:30 PM

If you're a Brig Van Osten fan, you now can get the chance of lifetime and take an exclusive peek into Brig's mind by chatting with her yourself!

On Pravana's monthly Facebook Chat, Van Osten will be available to answer questions on what inspires her and how she brings creativity into her work in the salon and on shoots. The chat will be held on Monday, July 11, 2011 from 10-11 a.m. PST. Anyone that wants to join the chat can—all you have to do is become a fan of Pravana's facebook page. When you are on the page you will see an icon to the left side (under the main profile picture) that says "chat." Simply click on that and chat with Brig!

(Van Osten is also the guest judge for Pravana Naturceuticals' Show Us Your Vivids Competition. The contest calls for its competitors to generate intense, bright and color-popping styles where you can use any color of the rainbow in your creation. For contest details visit www.pravana.com/showusyourvivids.)

Facebook Chat with Brig Van Osten!

Originally posted on Salon Today.

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