Over cupcakes, bubbles and delicious high tea treats, the guests traded haircare stories and parenting moments. Special guests Angela Bloomfield and her daughter Maya hosted the event and Woman's Day Editor-in-Chief Sido Kitchin joined the 10 winners and their young guests.
To be in to win the high tea experience, Kiwi families had shared a photo or video of a special haircare moment on Facebook and Instagram.
KidsCan communications manager Kim Taylor talked about the work the charity does across 718 schools nationwide, providing children and teens with food, raincoats, shoes, health and hygiene products, plus many other items they wouldn't otherwise have access to.
A very special day was had by all – thanks Palmolive!
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