some­thing Pink

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What does the colour pink mean to you? We, at the Look of­fice, have been ask­ing our­selves this over the past few days. For me, it sym­bol­ises strength, and I think this will res­onate with a lot of you read­ing this, too. In re­cent years, pink has man­aged to break free from its stereo­typ­i­cal con­straints to be­come the colour of­ten associated with fem­i­nism, friend­ship, de­fi­ance and, of course, love – all of which I hope you’ll find within these pages. Trag­i­cally, I need not re­mind you that pink is also at­trib­uted to Oc­to­ber, Breast Can­cer Aware­ness Month: 31 days that’ll be in­creas­ingly poignant for a large por­tion of you. So, over the next four weeks, we’ll be do­ing our ut­most to give the char­i­ties hell­bent on cur­ing the big C the at­ten­tion they de­serve. Turn to p5 and you’ll find so many gor­geous things to treat your­self to, while also help­ing can­cer char­i­ties. Then, on p32, you’ll see how a lit­tle thing like go­ing to the hair­dresser can make a huge dif­fer­ence to a poorly child. Then flick to p79 and feast your eyes on the ex­clu­sive do-good beauty buys launched with this month in mind. While there are many things Look can’t fix, I like to think that what­ever you’re go­ing through – be it a break-up, an ill­ness, or just a re­ally crappy day – that we man­age to bring you some com­fort, sup­port, and per­haps a lit­tle bit of an es­cape. Now, let’s em­brace all things pink, shall we…

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