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Scarlett & Greene Are Hunting for a Fan to Be their Face

20th August 2012

Scarlett & Greene Are Hunting for a Fan to Be the Face of Their Brand

Scarlett & Greene is a 100% New Zealand made natural skincare range for youth. Today they launched a Facebook campaign hunting for a male and/or female aged 16-23 years to be the next face of their brand. The previous Scarlett & Green 'face' was Jaime Ridge, daughter of Sally and Matthew Ridge. The prize includes a professional fashion photography shoot, where the photos will be used in all of Scarlett & Greene's marketing campaigns - including billboards, magazine advertising, their website and more, as well as a year's supply of Scarlett & Greene product.

To enter candidates must submit two photos onto the Scarlett & Green Facebook page ( – a head shot and a full body shot. The candidate should tag themselves in both images. On September 19th 2012, at 5pm, the five male and five female candidates with the most combined Facebook Likes and Shares will be the finalists. Scarlett & Greene themselves will then pick up to two winners to be the 'face' of the Scarlett & Greene brand.

About Scarlett & Greene:

Rebecca Freeman-Greene and Samantha Scarlett are the founders of Scarlett & Greene.

Unable to find suitable skincare products for their teenage daughters that weren't full of nasty chemicals and really worked, they set about developing an effective, natural skincare range designed specifically for young skin. The range was launched throughout New Zealand in October 2010 and comprises of a break out control wash, a makeup removing cleanser, an SPF 15 moisturiser and an overnight acne spot treatment. Scarlett & Greene can be found in Smith & Caugheys, Life Pharmacy, Unichem, Kirkcaldie & Stains, Arthur Barnett and more. They also sell world wide via their ecommerce website

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