This post is in partnership with Look Good Feel Better and The Motherhood. All thoughts and opinions are of my own.
Cancer can rock a person’s world more ways than one. My heart hurts for everyone affected by cancer. I pray that we can find a cure for all types of cancer. During its 25th anniversary, Look Good Feel Better is encouraging women to Reimagine Beauty and its meaning and importance to women undergoing cancer treatment.
The appearance changes women undergo while coping with cancer treatment – like beauty itself – are far more than skin deep. They can impact a woman’s self-esteem and rob her of the courage and confidence she needs to face one of the toughest battles of her life.
As a friend and/or relative, we need to rally around and uplift the women in our circles that go through these treatments. Be there for them, lend a listening ear, offer your shoulder, wrap your arms around and giving a loving hug and surprise her on days when she needs it most.
The #ReimagineBeauty campaign which runs through July 1st encourages all women – in a small way – to virtually experience Look Good Feel Better and to “reimagine beauty” and the power it can have to restore confidence and courage to women undergoing cancer treatment.
I love that the Look Good Feel Better is a non-medical, brand-neutral and free public service program dedicated to helping women living with cancer manage the appearance side effects of cancer treatment and improve their self-esteem.
Let’s do this together!
1. Visit the Look Good Feel Better website to try the Virtual Makeover tool.
2. Use the Look Good Feel Better Virtual Makeover tool by uploading your photo and trying the new hair and makeup looks. Through this experience, women everywhere can experience, in a small way, the help women living with cancer receive during a Look Good Feel Better workshop so that they can “reimagine beauty” and the impact Look Good Feel Better can have on women undergoing cancer treatment.
3. Share the “after” photo from the Virtual Makeover tool on Facebook or Twitter, using the hashtag #ReimagineBeauty, to spread awareness and to be entered for a chance to win a trip to the National Women’s Survivors Convention to participate in the Look Good Feel Better 25th anniversary party. The winner may give their prize to a friend or family member who is a cancer survivor.
To further encourage campaign participation, Look Good Feel Better is offering one participant the chance to win a trip to the National Women’s Survivors Convention in Nashville, TN July 31 through August 2, 2014 to connect her with other women who have survived cancer.
Check out my before and after look!
What do you think? It does make me smile for sure. Go ahead and perform your makeover!