The Golden Hair is a contest in which contestants can draw a hairstyle of their choosing.
The contestants are asked to choose one hairstyle from the set of options to become the first to win a million dollars, which is currently held by actor-turned-politician Ronan Farrow.
The contest, first started in 2008, has been expanded and refined over the years, and has become an annual tradition that draws more than a million people to its final, and most famous, round.
This year, the contest attracted over a million entries, and the finalist who has garnered the most votes wins the million dollar prize.
For many, the competition is just a chance to have a go at an interesting look.
“People are always asking me if I like the Golden Shampoo,” said Kristin D. Kring, a 20-year-old California resident.
“I’ve been really interested in trying it.
I’m really happy that I got to participate.”
The beauty contest has changed the way we look at hair in America.
When Farrow began the contest in 2008 with the goal of “winning the Golden Globes for the most important new TV show of all time,” the contest became one of the most widely watched and watched in the history of the show.
Now, it’s one of many iconic television shows that are being celebrated for their new look.
And for the millions of people who watched the competition last year, it helped fuel the popularity of the contest.
This week, the Golden Salon has announced it will expand the contest to include a second round of contestants.
“Golden Hair Contest 2” will start this fall, with contestants in a variety of categories, including hair, makeup, and makeup, fashion, hair and makeup and makeup.
The second round will be open to contestants who have had a Golden Hair for a total of 25 years, while those who have never had a golden hair will be required to wait until the fourth round to start the contest again.
The winners of the Golden Hairs will receive a total prize of $100,000, and those with the most Golden Hashes will also receive the biggest check.
The competition has also inspired the likes of a viral ad campaign, where the Golden Hour-style look was featured in an ad for the beauty and wellness brand Cosmo.
“We are so happy to have been able to celebrate and celebrate our Golden Hair with everyone and to give back to the community,” said Cosmo Founder and CEO Kim L. Osterman.
“Our community has given us the chance to take on the Golden Age of beauty with this contest and this new look, which was inspired by the Golden Time in America.”
In addition to the Golden Hall of Fame, the show will feature an annual Golden Hair Day in December.
And the Golden Day will also feature a new special event, the “Golden Contest,” in which the contest’s winners will have their hair professionally styled by a hairstylist.
And this year, Cosmo is sponsoring a fashion event featuring an array of celebrity hairstylists, including models like Kate Upton and Meryl Streep.
“This Golden Hair Show has been a huge part of the Cosmo brand, and we’re so grateful to the Cosmologists who put so much thought and passion into their creations,” said Lacey Ostermann, Cosmologist and Founder of Cosmo Beauty.
“They have done the hard work of coming up with new ways to make the golden hair shine for us, and they deserve the respect and love they receive from the Cosmopolitan community.”
It’s not just the golden locks that Cosmo has celebrated this year.
“There’s a lot of great things about the Golden Days and Golden Hair, and that’s what I love about them, is that they make us proud to be Americans,” said Kring.
“The fact that we celebrate Golden Hair and all the other things that it represents is very fitting and fitting for us to celebrate this time with our community.
We love being a part of it.”
To celebrate the contest, Cosmopolitan is hosting a Golden Hall on December 3rd.
The event will feature a number of events, including a screening of the movie, “Golden Hour,” in honor of the event.
There will also be a free and open bar for attendees to enjoy drinks and eat at.
To celebrate all of this, Cosmopolis will be hosting an All-Star Golden Hair Week on January 6th.