Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Pink Embrace Campaign by Total Beauty and GIVEAWAY!!!

Hello, Loves! October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and I'm happy to announce that Everyday Makeup Blog is going to be a part of the Pink Embrace Campaign by Total Beauty. I personally don't know anyone who is diagnosed or survivor of Breast Cancer, but I do know that it's one of the most common malignancies that takes away lives of women (also men) in the U.S. 


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Total Beauty has partnered with Triple Step Toward The Cure to raise awareness of Triple Negative Cancer.

Triple Step Toward The Cure is a non-profit organization founded by 3 women that have been personally affected by triple negative breast cancer. It educates, supports, empowers diagnoses and at-risk women.

Triple negative breast cancer Triple negative breast cancer is a subtype of breast cancer that lacks these three important receptors that are used as targets for cancer treatment. These receptors are important because they reveal where the cancer is most vulnerable and help determine how to best treat it. Since triple negative breast cancers lack the presence of all three of these receptors, this subtype of breast cancer is more difficult to treat and more likely to recur. (Taken from TripleStepTowardtheCure.org)


Now here's what you can do to help spread awareness...

  1. LIKE Total Beauty Shops on Facebook HERE For every LIKE, Total Beauty will donate a beauty product to Triple Step Toward the Cure to help women look and feel their best.
  2. Purchase the limited edition Pink Embrace Beauty Collection starting Octover 17th HERE.
  3. Post a photo on INSTAGRAM and Twitter with your friends and loved ones with hastags #PinkEmbrace and #EmbraceLife.

You will also get a chance to win you're very own Pink Embrace Beauty Box by joining my GIVEAWAY .

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ONLY OPEN TO U.S. RESIDENTS 
ENDS OCT 31st, 2013 



9 comments:

  1. A close friend passed away from this horrible disease last year.

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  2. Good product for "breast cancer" cause or program! The color just blends in and this is an amazing product too!

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  3. My mother is a 27 year breast cancer survivor! Early detection is key!

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  4. My aunt was diagnosed and passed away only 39 years old. It was very sad.

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  5. two family friends and both have passed on :(

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  6. Someone who was like a second mom to me passed from breast cancer a couple years ago.

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