ghd Limited Edition Electric Pink Range
Just yesterday I was in Subway ordering a Veggie Delite for lunch when I noticed the woman in front of me was almost bald with the exception of a few patchy strands. She had a pulled the strands back into the smallest and saddest ponytail I have ever seen and she had a daughter with her. I couldn’t help but feel incredibly sad for her, I knew she was suffering with with either severe alopecia or she was going through chemotherapy. There’s not really anything you can say or do in that situation, so I waited in line, bought my sandwich and made the effort not to stare as I didn’t want her to turn around and catch me looking.
Brands Doing Good
I always have the best intentions to donate time and money to charity, but it’s not always possible. I can’t help but give credit to those who do, as well as brands who do. Laura Mercier do a lot to help raise awareness and money for overian cancer through the Laura Mercier Ovarian Cancer fund. Paint company Little Greene give a lot of support to cancer charities and self-tanning brand Bondi Sands support Marie Curie with 25p donated from every sale. As I’m sure you can guess from the title of this post, ghd have also done some pretty amazing work to help cancer charities too.
ghd Limited Edition Electric Pink
This August sees ghd support Breast Cancer Now by releasing the Electric Pink Collection. For every Hairdryer, Platinum and Classic styler sold in this range, £10 will be donated to Breast Cancer Now. If you don’t want to buy a new styling product, but you want to own a little something from the Electric Pink range, you can get a hair pin bag for just £5 and £1 of which will be donated to Breast Cancer Now. If you go to the ghd website, you can see that they have already donated over £9.5 million to breast cancer charities over the past 12 years and they are hoping to make it to the £10 million mark soon! Along side their monetary donations, ghd have also created empowering tutorials filled with advice on how to style wigs, wear scarves and create amazing eyebrows. It’s a small help, but makes a huge difference to self-confidence during this difficult treatment.
I admire charitable people too. Do my best to give when and what I can – it’s so good to see brands doing this. I would love some GHDs in pink! Wow X
Hi Lucy, i do believe the universe rewards you for doing charity work, i should really do some at some point!! it’s amazing to see brands do such generous things though, ghd are close to raising 10million pounds for breast cancer charities which is just incredibleeeeeee!!
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