Ultimate Hair Care Giveaway!

This post was written in collaboration with Lakeshore Dry Goods and Shea Moisture, who sent me products to share with my readers. 

Are you ready to treat your hair?

I’m giving away one Sunrise Bliss organic cotton hair towel and a set of Shea Moisture products to one lucky reader! I’m so excited for you to have this lovely touch of self-care in your beauty routine.


The adorable Sunrise Bliss towel is made from GOTS-certified organic cotton and is a gentle way to dry your locks. Each towel is made in a small batch in Michigan.

I’m also giving away shampoo and conditioner from Shea Moisture’s new 100% Virgin Coconut Oil line plus an Intensive Hydration treatment. All three products are part of Shea Moisture’s Community Commerce Program, which gives back to producer communities.

Enter with the Rafflecopter below. Giveaway is open only to residents of the United States and ends on August 31, 2017. Good luck!
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Holiday Giveaway!

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My winter giveaway is one of my favorite annual traditions. I’m excited to introduce these cozy favorites from some wonderful brands. One Beyond the Fried reader will win all four products!

Tiny leather zip pouch from FASHIONABLE: Handcrafted in Ethiopia, this small zip pouch is a lovely way to keep track of lip gloss or change in your favorite tote. FASHIONABLE seeks to alleviate generational poverty through job training and job creation around the world.

Bold bracelet from Noonday Collection: This fun, chunky bracelet is made from sustainable materials in Ecuador. Noonday Collection is committed to supporting artisan businesses through fashion and fair trade.

Rosemary Mint herbal lip salve from Little Seed Farm: I just discovered this charming brand, located on a solar-powered farm outside of Nashville. Made from shea butter and essential oils, this lip salve sounds perfect for chapped lips on cold days. Little Seed Farm focuses on creating sustainable, safe skincare in a humane environment.

Jolly Bells Garland from Ten Thousand Villages: I love having this handcrafted garland add festive cheer to my mantle, and I’m so excited to partner with Ten Thousand Villages to give away one to a reader! The garland is made fairly in India by an artisan cooperative. Ten Thousand Villages has been working to create market-based solutions for ending poverty since 1946.

 

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Enter with Rafflecopter below for a chance to win the Beyond the Fried holiday giveaway!

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only. Giveaway will end at 11:59pm CST December 10, 2016. The winner will be drawn at random and notified via email. 
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Links and Happenings

Did you guys catch my Target trip on Instagram? I can’t wait to show you all the fair trade, sweatshop-free goodies I found while shopping. In the meantime, a few fun links:


Check out this amazing fall giveaway hosted by Soko, FashionABLE, Raven & Lily, 31 Bits, Sseko, and other sustainable brands. Enter through October 9!

 

 

Congrats to The Root Collective, who have been certified as a B Corporation. I’m so proud of this company and how hard they have worked.

 

 

TheMercantileNashville friends, you won’t believe the amazing sustainable fashion events coming up in our city! THIS Sunday, September 25th, The Mercantile arrives at Mercy Lounge with sustainable brands, shopping, music, and food. Brands at the event include Sseko, Society B, Nomad Collective, Raven & Lily, and tons more! If you’ve been eyeing these brands online but are hesitant to take the plunge, this is a great opportunity to check them out in person.
 

 

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Several fun bits of news from the Nashville Fashion Alliance: The Reclamation, hosted by the NFA, features 12 fashion designers repurposing clothing from Goodwill into new creations. Proceeds will benefit Goodwill and the NFA. The Nashville Fashion Alliance also is hosting The Wardrobe Project on October 1. Local, independent designers will be showcasing and selling their designs in space featuring large-scale works by Nashville visual artists.

That’s all for now! Stay tuned for my Target post later this week.

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