Check out 10 ways fashion and beauty is fighting Breast Cancer!
- Ouidad's Curls for a Cure In an effort to raise breast cancer awareness, cancer survivor Ouidad created Curls for a Cure, a program where the Ouidad company matches donations dollar-for-dollar (up to $50,000 annually). Curls for a Cure has raised $280,000 in donations thus far, with a goal of $1 million. Ouidad's philanthropic efforts contributed to her being recently named New Yorker of the Week by NY1, a 24-hour news channel in New York City.
- GO! Pink Kit Skin Authority, a leading skin care company, is introducing the GO! Pink Kit. The kit contains some of their best products, and 10% of the proceeds will go to Pink Ribbon Girls, an organization of young breast cancer survivors, who are encouraged by their shared experiences, to educate and inspire others to grow and live beyond breast cancer.
- "Pink" Cocoa Butter Formula Lotion Bottles Palmer's Skin Care is now offering their Cocoa Butter Formula in pink bottles in order to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month. With each purchase of the pink bottles, 10% of sales will go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
- "Pinktober" Collection from Hard Rock Cafe Hard Rock Cafe is celebrating their very own "Pinktober" this season. Proceeds from the sale of Pinktober merchandise will benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation with 75 percent of the retail price of each pin and 15 percent of the retail price of other products sold going directly to the cause.
- Pink Party Heels Yves Saint Laurent has created these luscious Pink Party Tribute Heels in an effort to help fight cancer in women. Designed exclusively for Pacific Palisades boutique Elyse Walker, these heels sell for $995, with $100 from each purchase being donated to Cedars-Sinai Women’s Cancer Research Institute.
- Pretty in Pink Kenra is dressing up its best-selling, award-winning Volume Spray 25 in three sizes in a pretty pink can this season for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The company is making a $35,000 donation to City of Hope for breast cancer research, education and awareness.
- Heating up for Breast Cancer Awareness
FHI Heat introduces the GO Hairstyling Iron in an adorable pink plaid design. $1 from each iron will go to either The Regis Foundation for irons purchased at Regis Salons or to Bright Pink for styling irons purchased at non-Regis salons and beauty stores.
- Join in the fight...
...against breast cancer by purchasing one of these featured products from the following companies during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
- From The Sassy Shop Girl, a portion of the proceeds from the purchase of YUBZ Talk Mobile Retro Handset will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
- Proceeds from the sale of Cool-it Caddy go directly to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
- From Tie Die Mania, a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the Race for the Cure Tie-Dye T-Shirt will be donated to Young Survival Coalition.
- Necklace of Honor In honor of all of the amazing and courageous women who have bravely battled Breast Cancer, Isabelle Grace Jewelry has exclusively designated a “Survivor” necklace to recognize and celebrate them and their lives. The beautiful, handcrafted necklace features a fine silver hand-cut tag that is inscribed with the motto "Survivor" on the front and "because I am" on the back. The Pink Topaz stone was added to honor the famous pink ribbon symbol. The “Survivor” necklace retails for $125 with 25% of the proceeds being donated to BreastCancer.org, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing information and community to those touched by this disease.
- Style for a Cure L’ANZA Healing Haircare joins in the fight against Breast Cancer with a special pink-colored package of its styling sensation, Powder Up Texturizer. A portion of proceeds from all specially packaged Powder Up Texturizer will be donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.