To enter the competition, entrants must like the post and comment which friend of theirs deserves a YSL Beauty Glow prize in the Facebook or Instagram post comments.
The contest will start at 13:00 on 05/02/2018 and end at 12:00 on 09/02/2018.
This prize draw is open to all residents of England, Scotland and Wales aged 18 years or over except employees of the promoter, its associated companies, their families and anyone professionally involved with this promotion.
There is one prize – a YSL beauty washbag, YSL Black Opium Hair Mist 30ml and YSL Black Opium Eau De Toilette 50ml.
Entries are limited to one per person. Multiple entries and third party entries are not permitted and will lead to disqualification.
The winner will be chosen at random and announced via Facebook and Instagram and notified via direct message.
No purchase is necessary to enter the contest.
The Promoter accepts no responsibility for late, incomplete, incorrectly submitted, corrupted or misdirected entries. Any incorrect information provided will render the entry void.
There is no cash alternative to the prizes stated and the prizes are not transferable.
If a winner contacted does not respond to our message and/or fails to provide the information requested within 20 days of the date of our message, the prize will be redrawn and awarded to a new winner.
The promoter’s decision is final and binding. No correspondence will be entered into.
The winner’s details (name and county) will be available for five weeks from the date the promotion closes by sending a stamped addressed envelope to the promoter during that period.
The Promoter is Fenwick, 63 Bond Street, London W1S 1RQ.
This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook or Instagram. In using Facebook and Instagram, you acknowledge that you must comply with their Terms of Service.
By entering this promotion you are agreeing to these terms and conditions.
This promotion and all issues arising out of it shall be governed in accordance with English Law and are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.