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Go pink to support breast cancer research

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This October, be beautiful and do your part to support National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Beauty counters and stores around the country are going pink – offering special products and promotions with proceeds going to benefit breast cancer research.

At Ulta Beauty, a variety of pink beauty and bath products and accessories can be found on store shelves. Choose from Philosophy’s Shower for the Cure shampoo, bath and shower gel, a $10 Stila Empowered Pink Palette with four eyeshadows and a cheek/lip color, a Tweezerman Breast Cancer Awareness slant tweezer, and other nail polishes, hair products and brush sets. The beauty retailer’s Windows of Love program encourages support and inspiration for those impacted by breast cancer. Survivors, friends or family can write a letter about their experience, then bring to their local Ulta to post in the store window. Donate to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation in store and receive an entry in a beauty bag drawing for a $1 donation or a pink ribbon umbrella or tote bag for a $5 donation.

Or shop Sephora’s pink collection and the company will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Choose from a number of great selections such as the pink Clarisonic skincare brush, Sephora’s pink eyelash curler or Perfect Ten brush set, ghd’s Pink Pro 1” iron, or Clinque’s Luxury Size Dramatically Different Moisturizer.

Shop both stores locally or online. And while at the mall, check out other retailers offering additional breast cancer awareness month promotions.




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