This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we salute brands making a difference while we check out what’s new on the beauty desk.
Actress and media darling Nomzamo Mbatha has been spotted around the globe sporting a healthy Afro, which we can attest is a result of the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Oil Curl Nourishment range. The new range is aimed at treating natural and curly hair, and includes a shampoo, conditioning mask and leave-in oil balm. Try it for a head of healthy, soft and beautiful hair. You’ll love it!
Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month by sporting a bold pink pout, like those seen on the world’s fashion runways. We love the cerise hues chosen by Bhibu Mohapatra and Cushnie et Ochs.
Lift your mood with Matsimela Home Spa beauty goodies. We love the healing, soothing properties of Matsimela
Kalahari Bath Soak, R75 – and the fact that 5 per cent of proceeds from sales go to the Pink Drive fundraiser to help those with breast cancer.
Join the 12th annual Avon Justine iThemba Walkathon to help raise breast-cancer awareness. Register with your family or colleagues to join the crusade, and help Avon Justine raise funds with the sale of their “pink ribbon” products that support education, awareness and early detection. The walk takes place at Marks Park Sports Club in Emmarentia, Joburg, on 22 October 2017. For more information, visit www ithembawalkathon.co.za.
Purchase a styler, dryer or paddle brush from ghd’s latest Pink Blush collection, and R100 will be donated to the Pink Drive fundraising initiative. All these styling tools have the same benefits we’ve come to love and trust from ghd. ghd Platinum Pink Blush Styler R3 099