Monday, October 1, 2012

National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Hey Lovelies!!!
There are many things going on throughout the year to educate and raise awareness about breast cancer. Philadelphia held a Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in May and will hold a 3-day walk on October 5th-7th. However, October is designated as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and there are some cool things going on in the blogosphere, where you can get involved and show your support.

I posted last week about the Beauty By Krystal Cosmetics Donation Bin for Breast Cancer. She will be collecting donations up until the holidays. Check her out if you can!

April, at Glitter Gloss Garbage is hosting 30 Days of Pink for the Cure challenge. Each day you can post a link of yourself wearing pink. It can be anything, makeup, clothing, or polish. You can post whenever you can, it doesn't have to be daily.  I'll be participating in this throughout the month. If you'd like to participate click on the picture below. Hope to you see ya!!!

BCA logo

For more information on breast cancer or to find a race in you area please visit Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.

Here's my mani for today! I used Go Go Pink by China Glaze. This color is apart of the Susan G. Koman breast cancer awareness set, along with Seche Vite, that was sold at Sally's. I got these two for about $6. I applied three coats of it as the base. It's a very pretty light pink, its just needed three coats to be even. The black is Sinful Colors Secret Admirer. The hot pink is the pink I got by Cynthia Rowley from Marshall's.



15 comments:

  1. Looks really good! xoxo.

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    1. Thanks so much Pure Enlightened Beauty!!!

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  2. I love how Go Go Pink looks, I never would have thought it could come out so opaque. Nice work. :]

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    1. Hey Beauty Thesis!!! Thank you so much :-) That Sunset Pink is gooooorgeous, you do such a great job with your make-up!!!

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  3. Super cute! They look awesome!!!

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    1. Thank you so much Natasha! I love the ribbon, beautiful!

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  4. Love the nails, I especially love the Hope nail.

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  5. I love how you put a twist on the usual pink manicure. The Hope & Cure writing nailed this nail design :-)))

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    1. :-) Thank you, I really like those too!

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  6. Hey! I love the mani and that you are standing for a cause! I'm from south jersey and am going to look up the race for a cure you mentioned coming up in Philly!
    XoXo
    KimBai

    Kimbai228.blogspot.com

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  7. Your nail are so cute! Love the color combo :)

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  8. one of the best way to celebrate breast cancer awareness month and i suppose these colors would not only represent patients, alternative breast cancer treatments, and other persons involve but its a celebration of life.

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