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2013 Prom Hair Contest

Diana T.

Diana T.


Melinda L.

Melinda L.

Posing for prom.


Kailey M.

Kailey M.

My first prom with my amazing boyfriend, kissing underneath the arch.


Amber S.

Prom helps student boost self-esteem

By Amber S

I attended my senior prom in April 2013. It was the very first prom I had gone to and didn't know what to expect. All my life I've been self-conscious and hated my body. I've been overweight practically all of my life and it has stopped me from doing a lot of the things I've wanted to do, including dance, theater, sports, music and even going to school dances.

I never wanted to be the center of attention and I have always done everything I could to avoid it. I dress in black because I heard it makes you look skinnier, opted out of most things and refused to communicate with people unless necessary. In 2011 I started my cosmetology class. I had the best teacher and best classmates in the entire world. The 13 of us grew to be family. They brought me out of my shell and I started to become a happier person. They accepted me for who I was and boosted my self-esteem so much.

The second semester of my senior year was a little rocky. It was my first semester without them, but I continued to be the same person I was when I was with them. I decided to attend my senior prom after being convinced by many of my friends. It was my first social outing and it was great! I finally felt beautiful for once in my life. I wore a curve-hugging dress (not black!) and my extensions (Human Hair Extensions). It was absolutely the best experience I've ever had in my life. The only regret I have is not having any pictures! I was running late, it was raining and my battery was dead (go figure). But I still wouldn't change anything.


Rachel R.

Sisters do everything together

By Rachel R.

When I was born, I came home to a loving sister who was two years older than me. Who would have known that we would end up doing EVERYTHING together? From the day I was born, we were never separated and as we grew older, we created a bond that no one could break.

We went to school together, cheered every year of high school together, played basketball every year together, played volleyball every year together and even shared a room. When I went to a friend’s house, she came too. We were both on the honor roll during school. She got accepted in the National Honor Society and when it was my turn, so did I. Her seventh grade year she was Homecoming Representative, and during my seventh grade year so was I.

She was always that person that everyone liked. She was Homecoming Representative for her class for three years and I wanted to learn everything from her and I wanted to be with her every day.

This year I was a sophomore and she was a senior. Since we had done everything else together we thought, "What’s next?" Then we realized PROM! But, sadly I was a sophomore so I was not allowed to go to prom unless someone who was a junior or a senior asked me. We were very sad that we could not do this one last thing together until one day, a senior actually asked me to go to prom with him. That was probably the best day of my life.

When prom day came, as always, we did everything together from getting our nails done, to doing our hair (I did mine and hers) and putting on the dresses and riding to prom together. The seating arrangement even had us sitting beside each other. We danced together and were even beside each other in senior lead out, but the best time of that whole night was to watch my big sister be crowned Prom Queen! I was probably happier than her that night. I would do it all over if I could.

Sadly, for the first time, me and my sister will be separated as she leaves in August to attend college. But no worries, when I graduate I’ll be right there with her! If I win this contest, whatever I get I will give to my sister because she is the reason I am what I am today, why I have the grades I have and why I play the sports that I play. Honestly, I don’t know what life would be like without her, but prom was probably the best night of our lives together and the last high school thing we did. We’ll always be together somehow.

 Rachel R Prom Photo


Diana T.

Woman, 69, Recalls Prom

By Diana T.

I am now 69 years old and could use hair extensions, which I have never used before. When I went to the prom, I went with a boy who went to a different school. We drove the 40 miles to Purdue University where the prom was held with a group of couples from a number of small schools. None of us knew our dates very well, but three of us were girlfriends who found each other these dates. We had a wonderful evening and I felt like a princess in this dress.

Diana T. Prom Photo

Karley U.

Prom is only as fun as you make it

By Karley U. .

This year was my senior prom and I went with my boyfriend of almost two years. I had everything planned, down to exactly what I wanted his suit to look like. I even ordered hair extensions even! My experience this is year is one I will never forget. The night turned out amazing and I had so much fun with my friends and obviously boyfriend! I don't mind if I don't win, but I wanted to share that prom is only as fun as you make it. Don't miss the opportunity to go!

Karley U. Prom Photo

2013 Prom Contest

Prom Hair Contest
(May 1, 2013 - June 10, 2013)

Human Hair Extensions knows that prom is a special time. And to help you celebrate, we are sponsoring a multi-category Prom Contest! The grand-prize winner of each category will receive a free set of extensions up to $99.99 in value, along with a $100 Visa Gift Card to help purchase prom-related accessories like makeup, jewelry or a mani/pedi! The runner up in each category will receive a $50 Visa Gift Card. All non-winning entries will receive a coupon code good for 15% off their next purchase. Entries will be accepted May 1 to June 10.

Contestants are welcome to enter both categories, but one person cannot win all prizes. In the event that one person should win both categories, the prize will automatically be deferred to the runner up.

The contest categories are as follows:

Prom Photos

  1. E-Mail your prom-themed photos to promos@halohairextensions.org from May 1-June 10. Please be sure to include your name, along with a short description of what is happening in the picture.
  2. We will post your photo to special facebook and pinterest galleries and on our website.
  3. From May 1st to June 10th, get your friends and family to “like” your photo once it is posted to our facebook page.
  4. The person with the most “likes” wins the contest. We will stop counting "likes" at 5 p.m. EST on June 10.
  5. The winner will officially be announced on facebook and Twitter June 11th.
  6. All prizes for non-winning entries will be emailed following the winning announcement.
  7. The winner will be contacted via e-mail to obtain the necessary information to claim their prize.

Prom Stories

  1. Do you have a happy prom story like being crowned prom queen, or getting the perfect dress on sale, or having your dream date ask you to the event? If so, we want to hear it!
  2. To enter, e-mail your story, along with a supporting picture, to promos@halohairextensions.org. Please be sure to include your name and current age.
  3. Submissions will be accepted from May 1st to June 10th. The final time to submit an entry is 11:59 p.m. EST on June 10.
  4. All entries will be posted to special facebook and pinterest galleries and on our website.
  5. Human Hair Extensions staff will vote to select the winner and runner up.
  6. Winning names will be officially announced on facebook and Twitter June 14th.
  7. All prizes for non-winning entries will be emailed following the winning announcement.
  8. The winner will be contacted via e-mail to obtain the necessary information to claim their prize.

All decisions and entries are subject to review by Human Hair Extensions. Human Hair Extensions reserves the right to disqualify or omit any submission for any reason at any time. All decisions are final. Using online devices to generate likes is not acceptable. Anyone found to be using such methods to better their chances of winning will be disqualified. Submitted photos become the property of Human Hair Extensions and we reserve the right to use the images on our social media pages. Copyrighted or stolen images taken from third-party blogs, websites or other sources are not acceptable and will be disqualified.   

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