Support breast cancer awareness by buying lip gloss
Sunday 17 October 2010
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month and cosmetics companies are doing their part. Make sure to pick up some beauty products especially launched for the occasion whose proceeds will go towards funding breast cancer research
The Sephora Collection BCA Pink Eyelash Curler ($16) gives your lashes an unbeatable curl with its non-slip silicone lash pads. The pink color is an extra cute bonus. Sold at US Sephora stores and US website only.
The Shiseido Luminizing Lip Gloss in Pop Life (a sheer pink shimmery hue) is a light and silky lip gloss that doesn't make your lips feel sticky despite its shine. Sold at US Sephora stores and US website only. ($22 of which $5 is donated)
Professional haircare line ghd is selling a limited-edition, white-and-pink-patterned 1" professional styler with pink plates in a raffia heat-resistant bag. Straighten or curl your locks while doing good. Sold at US Sephora stores and US website only. ($240)
Clinique is offering a lipgloss keychain ring featuring two charms - a Clinique "C" charm and pink ribbon charm - and three limited-edition mini Long Last Glosswear SPF 15 (1 ml each) in Air Kiss, Kissyfit and Bamboo Pink ($18.50). Sold at major department stores carrying the brand and online in select countries including France and Germany.
Estée Lauder is offering an exclusive set featuring three Pure Color lipsticks in Candy, Rubellite and Tiramisu, along with a cute pink crocodile print clutch ($25). Sold at major department stores carrying the brand and online in select countries.
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