Published: 15th October 2015
Author: Bethanie Lunn

Go Pink and Support Breast Cancer Awareness

Don’t forget, October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month and sadly, it is very likely that we all know someone who has been affected in someone way by breast cancer, so here’s how you can go pink and help…
Go Pink and Support Breast Cancer Awareness

Every year, leading charities collaborate to create pink products that give either a portion of or all of their profits to the cause. Churchill Square is abundant with choices, from beauty to fashion finds.

Clinique’s Chubby Stick is one of my favourite beauty must-haves, ideal for adding colour to your eyes, cheeks and lips in one quick swoop.  Their limited edition Plumped Up Pink gives a sheer wash of pink to freshen up any complexion.
£16 (£2 donation), Debenhams.

Mush-loved nail polish brand, Essie has released a range of pink polishes for girly glamour.  £9.95 (£1 donation), Superdrug.

Bobbi Brown Peony Limited Edition Peony Set is perfect for creating that pretty glow that we often need to fake and as Bobbi Brown herself says, ‘when you feel good about yourself, there’s no limit to what you can do’.
£35 (£5 donation), Debenhams.

This soft to the touch hot water bottle is ideal, as nights grow colder and makes a great Christmas stocking filler.  Look out for the perfectly pink lingerie set too, both from Boux Avenue.
Hot water bottle, £8 (£1 donation), Bra, £26, Briefs, £14 (£1 donation), Boux Avenue.

You can also look out for the pink ribbons at most till points throughout the stores in the Centre.

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