October is so much more than scary ghost stories and spicy pumpkin drinks. It is also a time when we honor those affected by breast cancer. And what better way to show support than through a little shopping?
Tons of design companies and beauty brands work with nonprofit organizations that work to help improve the lives of people who have suffered from the disease. Whether it's a whole rose collection or a single favorite cult item in limited edition packaging, it's amazing to see chic brands working to fight for a good cause.
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One of the favorites is GHD's Ink on Pink, which is a collaboration between celebrity favorite hair-care brand and tattoo artist David Allen, who spends his time working to transform mastectomy scars into works of art. He teamed up to create a limited edition version of Styler and Platinum + Styler. Not to mention, for every purchase of the good-looking item, $ 10.00 goes to Living Beyond Breast Cancer, which helps women rebuild their lives after treatment.
However, the most common beauty companies in organizations donate to, of course, the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (also known as BCRF), which is working to cure and help prevent cancer.
Fashionable but affordable sunglasses brand Prive Revaux is donating a percentage of every item sold in the special collection, while shoe company Rothy & # 39; s directly donating $ 50,000 to BCRF. But there is also a lovely flushed apartment that celebrates the occasion.
Keep scrolling to see some of the best beauty and fashion choices that are a good cause in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.