Monday, December 4, 2023

10 Beauty Bits to Buy & Help Battle Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, hence we at SPICE are thinking all things ‘Warriors’ this month online, with a nod to the ongoing fight to quash Cancer and celebrate those in the battle.

And, since all warriors need their war paint, we’ve put together an edit of the best pieces to be seen clad in, in the month’s official shade of pink.

Have a look below and represent to raise awareness for Breast Cancer.

1. Zaron’s Pink Eyeshadow Duo


Oil-free and containing an SPF, Zaron Cosmetics’ pink eyeshadow duo will allow you to wear the hue of the month with pride, via your eyelids.

Highly-pigmented and designed to stay put despite the tropical climes, you’ll find your beauty bag’s new best friend for N2,000 here

2. Ralph Lauren’s “Pink Pony Deluxe Midnight Romance” Perfume




Giving 100% of profits from its popular fragrance, Ralph Lauren has launched this limited edition version of its “Midnight Romance” perfume, with funds going to the brand’s Pink Pony Fund which supports diagnosis, treatment, research and patient navigation.

Find a bottle at $96, here.

3. House of Tara’s Dual Lipgloss


Represent in more than one way with this multiple look-giving product from House of Tara.

With its dual lipgloss providing a solid shock of pink as well as slightly sheened one, you can keep your beauty style versatile while also rocking the month’s official colour.

Get yours for N1,800 here.


4. Bobbi Brown’s “Peony” Set



The dream team at Bobbi Brown have created this limited edition set to help you get pretty with a purpose: to raise money for the fight against Breast Cancer.

Donating £5 from the sale of each set, the brand have created a pink-themed mini blender brush and silky blusher, which you can grab for £35 here.



5. Vane Beauty’s Pink Nail Polish


Devoting two of its pink polishes to the fight against Brest Caner, Vane Polish (a new line of nail care by Vanessa Odeka – more on that, here) is tempting you to join the fight against Breast Cancer by painting “for the cure.”

Available for N2,500 here, proceeds from each purchase will go towards the battle against the disease.

6. BMPro’s Lipstick in “Nicki Pink”



Paint your pout with the month’s colour of the moment, via this standout shade of lipstick from BMPro.

Available for N1,800 here, wear yours and represent in style.

7. Khuraira’s Sheer Bluch in “Princess,” $24 here


Raise Awareness for Cancer this month with beautifully blushed cheeks, courtesy of Khuraira Cosmetics’ sheer blush in “Princess.”

Suitable for all skin types and providing a healthy-looking flush to the skin, this light colour will help you look fabulous from night to day and without breaking the bank, either.

Yours for $24 here.

8. Foreo’s “Luna” Skin Cleansing Device



Have your beauty cabinet can represent for the fight against Breast Cancer with its pretty pink shade, as well as helping to clear and cleanse skin with its sophisticated T-Sonic™ technology.

Available at Salons for N44,900 here

9. GHD’s “Vintage Pink Platinum” Straighteners



Aiming to top up the £9million the brand has contributed to the cause to date, GHD will be pledging £10 from every purchase of these limited edition stylers to charity Breast Cancer Now.

A great way to help humanity and get sleek hair in the process, you can find your straighteners for £165 here


10. Origins’ “Make a Difference” Handcream



From the start of October through till December 31st 2015, Origins will be donating £5.00 from the sale of each of this limited edition hand treatment, with donations going directly to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Made to rejuvenate stressed, dehydrated and UV-damaged hands, this is one product that will keep giving – to the user and those affected by Breast Cancer. Find yours for £19.50 here

How are you representing in the fight against Breast Cancer this month? Show us via pics by tagging us @SPICETVAFRICA, or write to us in the comments box below.


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