Monday, September 24, 2012

Streekers and TouchBack BrowMarker Is Part Of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Streekers and TouchBack BrowMarker just partnered with the National Breast Cancer Coalition in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month. The fundraising partnership will support potentially life-saving studies conducted by some of the world’s leading scientists to discover the cure for breast cancer and to help raise awareness.

Throughout the month of October, 100% of proceeds from the sales of Streekers in Pink and TouchBack BrowMarker in Blonde will be donated to the NBCC to help fund research supporting their goal of ending breast cancer by January 1, 2020.

TouchBack BrowMarker in Blonde was created specifically for women who have lost their brows due to chemotherapy. Streekers in Pink was chosen to be part of this campaign because … it’s PINK – the official color of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Pink hair is hot right now and still going strong in young Hollywood. Nicole Richie, January Jones, Ashley Tisdale and Lauren Conrad all tried out the trend this year. Kristina Barricelli, the brand’s Creative Consultant and stylist to Miley Cyrus, Vanessa Hudgens and Kristen Chenoweth, recommends Streekers to her clients to temporarily brighten their strands with vibrant, eye-catching color. “You can have pink hair Saturday night and be office ready by Monday,” Barricelli explains. “This collaboration is an awesome way to be on trend and support BCA month.”
Streekers priced at $11.95 available at Ulta or Streekers website.
TouchBack BrowMarker priced at $19.95 available exclusively at the TouchBack website.

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