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Sephora Makeup Supports Breast Cancer Awareness

You know it’s breast cancer awareness month when Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is ferociously charging at Bears quarterback Jay Cutler with a bright pink mouth guard and matching cleats. Like the NFL, breast cancer is a tough challenge but not unbeatable. Join Sephora in this fight for the cure and let’s tackle this one pink accessory at a time.

For the month of October, five percent of the proceeds of their Fushion Beauty LipFushion Color Shine in Kiss ($38) will be donated to the Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation. Hello plump lips!

Fifteen percent of the sales of Clairins Lip Color Tint in Pink Sorbet ($19) will go to the Evelyn Lauder Breast Cancer Foundation. The net proceeds from each sale of Sephora’s BCA mini Kabuki Brush ($10) will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Some proceeds from the DuWop Power Kiss ($22.50) will go to Cancer and Careers. A portion of the proceeds of Stila’s BCA It Gloss Trio ($34) will benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, while Lorac’s Perfectly Pink blush ($25) will benefit the National Breast Cancer Coalition Fund.

“Sephora is honored to support a cause that impacts the lives of so many women,” says Sharon Rothstein, Sephora’s Senior Vice President of Marketing. “Beauty is much more than what’s on the surface. It’s about inner strength, empowerment and courage, and we are privileged to join the fight against breast cancer.”

I mean really girls, what more could you want? Awesome makeup that supports an awesome cause – I’d say that’s a touchdown.

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