COMPETITION: Read here for your chance to win a luxury treatment at Scarlett & Stone

PUBLISHED: 10:06 10 January 2014 | UPDATED: 10:23 10 January 2014

The Scarlett & Stone team

The Scarlett & Stone team

Archant

Scarlett & Stone, the beauty experts based in Great Dunmow, have been awarded a Guinot Crown for 2014.

Guinot is a brand so exclusive, that you will only find it in specially-appointed salons and spas worldwide. Only the best of those salons are awarded Crown Salon status, and only the best of those are entered for a prestigious ‘Crown Salon Award’. By visiting a Guinot Crown Salon, clients can be confident that they are choosing a salon with flawless principles in environment, customer care and treatment expertise.

To celebrate the award, S&S is offering one lucky reader the chance to win a Guinot Hydradermie2 Facial worth £54. The Star Treatment is a customised, machine-based facial treatment that will make your skin youthful and radiant.

To enter, simply answer the following question:

What crown has Scarlett & Stone been awarded?

A - King’s Crown

B - Guinot Crown

C - Queen’s Crown

E-mail your answer to myentry@archant.co.uk by January 17. Include a daytime contact telephone number.

T&C’s apply. Prize to be used by the end of January.

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