L’Oréal Paris is launching a new Twitter campaign during this weekend’s Golden Globes awards called called #WorthSaying, encouraging women to share thoughts and ideas that they feel need to be promoted. The campaign is rooted in the brand’s iconic tagline “Because You’re Worth It” and the belief that all women have something worthy to say.
Powerhouse celebrities have signed on to participate including, Julianne Moore, Karlie Kloss, Eva Longoria, Frieda Pinto and Liya Kebede, and will be tweeting their powerful words to spark dialogue and inspire women everywhere.
But, you don’t need to be a celebrity to get in on the action. All women are invited to take part in the conversation on Twitter during the broadcast on Sunday, January 10, 2016 from 5:00pm EST – 11:00pm EST by tagging @LorealParisUSA and using #WorthSaying.
According to new research from the brand, 3 in 4 women agree that powerful and motivating language makes them believe they can accomplish whatever they set their mind to, and the majority of women agree that powerful and motivating language gives them a stronger sense of self-worth.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, an annual campaign to increase awards of the disease. Several companies have release limited-edition products that not only make you look good, but feel good too, as proceeds will go towards funding research programs and nonprofits dedicated to educating, supporting, and finding a cure. Below are just some of the beauty products out right now that you can buy now to help.
For the second year in a row, Tweezerman has partnered with nonprofit organization, The Art of Elysium, to design a limited edition tweezer. This year, Here Comes the Sun Mini Slant Tweezer, is a light blue color and features a cheerful, sunny design that was inspired by art created through a collaborative in-hospital workshop with children and the 2015 Spirit of Elysium recipient, Amber Heard. The design represents the dawning of hope in each new day supporting Art of Elysium’s mission of enriching the lives of ill children.
One dollar from each limited edition tweezer sold at Sephora will be donated to The Art of Elysium organization.
According to statistics, about 1 in 8 women in the US will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point. The good news is that if detected early, many women can survive the life-threatening diagnosis. This October marks the return of National Breast Cancer Awareness month – that time of year when you see many brands decorate some of their products in a lovely pale pink hue in order to increase awareness of early detection, prevention and raise money towards finding a cure. Check out the products below to see some of the beauty products you can buy help benefit this great cause, while also looking fab.
Clinique Great Skin, Great Cause Breast Cancer Awareness Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion+, $38.00
2014 Precision in Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Slant Tweezer, $22.00
Smashbox BCA BE LEGENDARY LIP GLOSS, $20.00
CHI Home CHI AIR EXPERT Classic Tourmaline 1″ Ceramic Hairstyling Iron, Mat and Brush-Ltd. Edition Breast Cancer Awareness, $99.00
Limited Edition Breast Cancer Awareness Collection Lip Balm & Hand Lotion 3-Pack, $7.99
La Mer ‘The Hand Treatment – Breast Cancer Awareness’, $45.00
On Wednesday, July 9th, 2014, I attended the Celebrate Life! Soirée’ presented by the Birthday Girl and the JED foundation at the Paramount Hotel in midtown Manhattan. Birthday Girl is a birthday apparel and lifestyle brand that was established by Mary J. Blige & her protégé, Starshell, who lost her sister to suicide at the age of 14. The efforts of Birthday Girl are combined with JED foundation and the Love is Louder movement with the goal of breaking the stigma attached to mental and emotional illness such as depression, anxiety and body image issues.
The event was held to raise awareness to the mission and programs of Birthday Girl, and the celebrate life movement. Attendees enjoyed cocktails compliments of Birthday Cake Wines and Ciroc, and had photos taken in an interactive photobooth.
Perhaps most poignant was when Birthday Girl Founder Starshell addressed attendees with the story of her personal tragedy, and encouraged the audience to share their own stories. One by one guests shared emotional anecdotes to a crowd full of strangers about losing loved ones and learning to celebrate life.
Guests also had the opportunity to shop Birthday Girl apparel available at the event – a portion every sale funds suicide prevention programs. To learn more about the organization click here.
In order to bring awareness to women’s heart health, Spa Week is hosting its second annual Heart Over Heels Giveaway. The contest, which runs until March 16th, gives entries the opportunity to win a pair of the most recognizable red soles in fashion: a pair of Louboutins. Addionally, one runner-up will receive a variety of beauty products including products from Red Door Spa Professional, Big Sexy Hair, Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics, and Nailtini. For every entry, the company will make a donation to the American Heart Association. Click here to enter now.
According to American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement, an estimated 43 million women in the Unites States are affected by cardiovascular disease. To help combat this, Macy’s is hosting a number of ways to raise money and awareness for women’s heart health.
The Wear Red Sale(starts February 5th) Get an extra 20% off in-store at Macys on select items when you:
1. Wear red to any Macys store
2. Buy a $2 red dress pin at any Macys store (100% of the proceeds of the sale goes to Go Red For Women) Get an extra 15% online at Macys.com when you:
3. Shop online using the promo code: RED
The Go Red Shop
Starting February 1st, purchase select red dresses from Macy’s and 10% of the purchase prices of the items will go to Go Red For Women.
Go Red Total Makeover Events
Macy’s will be hosting 8 events across the country on February 7th & 8th. Event attendees receive an event passport to be stamped at heart-healthy stations throughout the store offering access to medical experts, heart-healthy tips on physical activity and nutrition, and more. Find out if an event is happening near you.