Shop Looxi Beauty (with discount)

JOY10 for discount!

July 22, 2015

Aflac & Bad Hair Days

This post is sponsored by Aflac.  I was compensated for writing it, but all opinions are 100 percent mine.


I don't know about you, but I have days where nothing seems to go right. I wake up late and have to rush around to get ready and out the door. Inevitably that is ALWAYS the day that my mascara smears across my lids, or the day that my selected outfit has a hole/wrinkles OR the day that my hair just refuses to cooperate. Apparently other people have days like this....days where communication is a problem and things don't go the way you expected them to, as you can see in this Aflac commercial:





In this ad the Aflac duck keeps trying his hand (or wing) at new skills and professions, but apparently hair styling is not for him. The commercial ends with a conversation between two women at the salon: "Oh, he's a horrible stylist,but, he's the best at paying claims fast." She later adds, "He paid mine in just one day." The first woman is so impressed with Aflac's new business day with the company’s new One Day Pay℠ promise that she overlooks the horrible hairdos.


If this were me I would definitely freak out, but the humor in this commercial is that she isn't phased by the hair because Aflac still give her quick payment for her claims. You win some, you lose some haha.



Aflac has a One Day Pay℠ promise. When a policyholder gets sick or hurt, Aflac pays cash benefits fast – now in as little as ONE business day. One Day Pay℠ is Aflac’s way of making sure eligible claims get processed and approved the  same day they’re submitted, so policyholders can get paid in just a day. Aflac is built to process and pay – not to deny and delay – to help your life stay on track. A lot of insurance companies talk about how much money they’ll save policyholders on premiums, but people buy insurance to get paid when they need to file a claim. Aflac understands that claims matter and that it’s important to be there for their policyholders when they need it most.


Here's just one of my bad hair days, and how I remedied it!!!

Style Tip #1: Using round brush, pull your hair back in a high bun and headband. This is the easiest way to hide frizz, grease or just unruly hair.


Style Tip #2: Using comb separate hair into 3 sections at top of head, and work down one side, pulling in more hair as you go along (like a french braid). This will create a side braid using all your hair.


Style Tip #3: Using tip #2 to create your braid, twist the bottom of the braid into a side bun. This looks like a classy up do, in minutes!

Style Tip #4: If most of your hair looks decent, but you just have one side that looks greasy, try a small side braid using small portion of hair. Use bobby pins to pin the braid back and let all other hair hang down straight. It's a fast way to just remedy the problem area.

So even thought the Aflac duck isn't a great hair dresser, they are great about getting your money to you, and quickly. For those of you who aren't familiar with the company, here is some information.


* In the United States, Aflac is the leading provider of voluntary insurance at the work site.  Aflac is different from health insurance; it’s insurance for daily living.


* Aflac pays cash benefits quickly and directly to you, unless otherwise assigned, to help with out-of-pocket expenses when you’re sick or hurt. The benefits are predetermined and paid regardless of any other insurance you have.




* Supplemental insurance policies such as accident, critical illness and cancer help protect workers from high out-of-pocket costs that major medical insurance was never designed to cover.
* Many supplemental insurance policies pay cash benefits that can be used for everyday living
expenses like groceries, child care, rent or parking at the hospital.
* If supplemental insurance policies are not part of your health plan, it may be worth approaching your employer to ask for them.

Learn more or follow them on social media here:


Twitter

Website

No comments:

Post a Comment

Search Engine

Disclaimer

This policy is valid from October 01, 2009

This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me. For questions about this blog, please contact mjf926@gmail.com.

This blog accepts forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, and other forms of compensation.

The compensation received may influence the advertising content, topics or posts made in this blog. That content, advertising space or post may not always be identified as paid or sponsored content.

The owner(s) of this blog is occasionally compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites and various other topics. Even though the owner(s) of this blog receives compensation for our posts or advertisements, I always give my honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences on those topics or products. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely the bloggers’ own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider or party in question.

This blog does not contain any content which might present a conflict of interest.

To get your own policy, go to http://www.disclosurepolicy.org