6 Day Giveaway, Day 1: Schwarzkopf Moisture Kick Gift Set!

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I haven’t had the time or energy to do my usual Christmas Giveaways so this time I will just do 6 straight days for you to try your luck!  Here is a lovely set of hair products from Schwarzkopf:

Moisture Kick Set


Schwarzkopf Professional BC Bonacure Moisture Kick Shampoo

Schwarzkopf Professional BC Bonacure Moisture Kick Spray Conditioner

Schwarzkopf Professional BC Bonacure Moisture Kick Recharger 150ml

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Christmas time is the time to watch lots of films! What films (old and new) do you hope to watch this Christmas?

Me: The classics (like Scrooged and Home Alone) and anything with Ryan Gosling in it.

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  1. For me it’s got to be Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, what can be better than sitting in your PJ’s with a hot cocoa imagining you were a 10 year old Macaulay Culkin being wild & reckless in NYC!!!

  2. Samantha Wright says:

    Elf! Watch it every year and still laugh at it :)

  3. Not for Christmas – but I really want to watch Bridesmaids

  4. I saw Home Alone last week already.Christmas Classic.

    I know this sounds weird but for me a movie I have to watch around christmas every year is one of the Hellraiser films. Don’t ask me why…. haha

  5. Hazel Wright says:

    Either ‘The Great Escape’ or ‘Wizard of Oz’. I know they’re not Christmassy as such, but I associate them with lying around on the sofa after too much food at Christmas!


    There are so many!! Elf is my favourite and Its a Wonderful Life too. Have watched about 4 different A Christmas Carols this week on tv! Following on twitter @tinkertink2010 and fb too xoxo

  7. Anne Bostwick says:

    The King’s Speech and Casablanca

  8. Julie Andrews says:

    I have never seen Its a Wonderful Life but have promised myself that I am going to watch it this Christmas and I am loooking forward to seeing the Kings Speech as well

  9. Kerry Robinson says:

    Love actually

  10. Kim Carberry says:

    The Snowman! I must watch it every year :)

  11. the lion the witch and the wardrobe

  12. BooBooNinja says:

    I’m looking forward to watching The Grinch Who Stole Christmas.
    It’s a Christmas tradition for my friends and me.

  13. FionaLynne Edwards says:

    I’m hoping to see Harry Potter The Dealthy Hallows Part 2 and to re-watch It’s A Wonderful Life (love that film!)

  14. Helen Greatorex says:

    Has to be The Snowman – proper Christmassy!

  15. I really love The Santa Clause.

  16. ImmortalBeloved says:

    Love Actually…..sad but true, its on lots of channels all year round but I just love watching it over Christmas!

  17. Vivien Baird says:

    Musical Scrooge and Wonderful Life two great films

  18. jo torrance says:

    i love home alone, national lampoons vacation and any film that is suitable for the whole family and makes us laugh.

  19. Dirty Dancing is on somewhere over Christmas so I will have to watch that – AGAIN!!

  20. Cheryl Morris says:

    I want to see “It’s a Wonderful Life” and “Strictly Ballroom” because it makes me laugh every time.

  21. Sarah Laycock says:

    Wouldn’t be Christmas without the Sound of Music and I do so want to see Bridesmaids as missed it when it first came out. Merry Christmas

  22. Haha, because I have the crappiest taste in movies I really want to watch A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas 3D! The previous movies were so bad they were funny!

  23. Julie Booth says:

    home Alone 1 and 2, santa Claus the Movie, The grinch, miracle on 34th street.

  24. Elf & the hangover 2 lol

  25. NIKKI HARTLEY says:

    The Snowman: it’s been a festive favourite of mine since childhhood and I enjoy watching it as much as ever. Its timeless, still very popular and resonates with all. :-)

  26. Any A Christmas Carol movie/cartoon 😀

  27. Rebecca John says:

    Wizard of Oz and It’s a Wonderful Life both remind me of my childhood.

  28. Tracy Grant says:

    Me and the kiddies love all the Home alone movies, any Santa movies, and I always love to watch Miracle on 34th Street xx

  29. Angie Allen says:

    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

  30. Amelia Kennedy says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life!

  31. Karen Clark says:

    You just can’t beat a bit of Mary Poppins at Chrimbo, and I can’t wait to watch the Hangover Part 2 😀

  32. The Polar Express gets me and my kids feeling Christmassy! I’ve just checked and it’s on tv on Christmas Eve – the perfect time!


    it just has to be the snowman

  34. Nell Westwood says:

    “The Muppet Christmas Carol”
    Love that film!

  35. Jennifer Schofield says:

    The Polar Express and any versions of A Christmas CArol that’s showing!

  36. kirsty norris says:


  37. the classic film Its a wonderful life

  38. Kimberley Stone says:

    For me it’s ‘Love Actually’ – Christmas, comedy and romance!

  39. i love home alone, its a great christmas film x

  40. It’s a cheesy one, but I have to say Love Actually…I saw it 3 times at the cinema when it first came out, and I’ve now worn out the dvd!
    As for new, Sherlock Holmes was on my list, went to see it at the weekend and it was brilliant, lots of twists and turns and laughs along the way. I also wanna check out Mission Impossible, just to see what all the fuss is about (although never been a huge fan of MI films) and Harold and Kumar 3D Xmas, I loved their first 2 films

  41. We love to watch Polar Express and A Christmas Carol

  42. I like to watch The Snowman and Polar Express. I am looking forward to watching The King’s Speech on tv as I missed it at the cinema.

  43. for me it has to be The Muppet Christmas Carol, always a great film and everyone in my house loves it

  44. Home Alone, Labyrinth, ET, some not Christmassy but used to enjoy watching them at Christmas time

  45. It has to be Home Alone an Excellent Film

  46. The old classics like White Christmas as definately worth watching – you can even see George Clooneys Aunty in it and have a sing along to “White Christmas”!!!

    I also love the part in Home alone where McCauly Culkin is in the church and they are singing “Oh Holy Night” it sounds so beautiful that it makes me want to cry!!!

  47. Emma Cadwallender says:

    I hope to watch ‘The Christmas Gift’ starring singer John Denver. It’s a sweet 1980’s movie that warms my heart!

  48. home alone i watch that every year.

  49. my all time favourite is Miracle on 34th street

  50. Has to be Home Alone, the best Christmas Film ever

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