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Teen Vogue Prom Makeover Contest

Are you in need of an extreme makeover for prom this year? Well then enter the Teen Vogue Prom Makeover contest by March 9, 2008 to let Teen Vogue style your prom!

Teen Vogue Styles Your Prom!

Do you need a head-to-toe makeover? Does your prom need a floor-to-ceiling makeover? Well you're in luck cuz Teen Vogue is giving one lucky girl a chance to win a total prom package! If you are at least 13 years old, attend a public or private school, and are a US resident, then you're eligible to enter the Teen Vogue Prom Makeover contest. Here's what you'll win - a team of Teen Vogue editors and stylists will fly to your hometown to give you a personal makeover that includes hair, make-up and a dress, and a party makeover complete with decorations and performers! You may also get a chance to appear on Teen Vogue cuz a photographer and camera crew will be followin' you around on prom night!

How to Enter

To enter this contest, just fill out an application form, which you can download here, and write a 50-word essay telling Teen Vogue why your prom deserves a total makeover. You'll also need to include a few photos of you, your school, or your prom committee with your submission. Make sure to enter by March 9, 2008. Good luck!

  • For more info on the Teen Vogue Prom Makeover contest, head on over to www.teenvogue.com!
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