March 2013 Giveaway – SweatHeart Halo Wraps (Sponsored)


Ladies, this month’s giveaway is for you, courtesy of SweatHeart! Many women can admit that their hair is one of the biggest obstacles to exercising. But what is ultimately more important – how fly our hair looks or how healthy we are? So to help overcome this obstacle, we are giving away five SweatHeart Halo Wraps via Facebook, Instagram and Twitter! When we are healthier, so is our hair!

SweatHeart’s motto is “don’t sweat your hair out, sweat your heart out!” These wraps wick sweat away from the forehead and edges to the outside of the fabric which keeps your edges (the halo) dry and flat therefore extending the lifespan of your current hairstyle.

Founder and Owner of SweatHeart Halo Wraps shows how her product keeps her hair looking good!

How to Enter & Entry Guidelines

  • On Facebook: Comment answering the question – How has your hair affected your health?
    On Twitter: Re-tweet giveaway
    On Instagram:
    Like and comment answering the question – How has your hair affected your health?   
  • Open midnight March 4th – 11:59pm EST March 8th.
  • Winner must respond within 24 hours to email notification before alternate winner is chosen.

Terms and Conditions 

This giveaway is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. We hereby release Facebook, Instagram and Twitter of any liability. Please consult with your doctor or nutritionist prior to starting a new exercise program, as we are not medical professionals. By accepting and receiving the prize, you are releasing Black Fitness Today and SweatHeart of any liability associated with potential risk of exercise. Winners will be contacted by email within 24 hours after the giveaway ends. Winners must respond within 24 hours of receipt of email or new winner will be chosen. If you have any additional questions, feel free to ask using the ‘contact’ tab on our website!

Ilen & Lauren Bell are the husband and wife team behind Black Fitness Today, born, in 2011, out of their motivation to change culture, build a platform and lead the charge. Their purpose is to help change the culture towards health and fitness in the African-American community, showcase those who are making an impact, and promote healthier living. They also aim to serve as a platform for African-American fitness and health professionals and enthusiasts who are otherwise overlooked in traditional fitness media.

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