Think Pink: Kisses and Makeup Awareness

October 17, 2006 by SheFindsSuzelle
shefinds | Style

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and it sets the benchmark when it comes to raising public awareness through product specific initiatives. Retailers join research bringing feel-good to the market. SheFinds will bring you ways to shop for a cause all month long.

What: Clinique Colour Surge Butter Shine Lipstick

Why: This is a pink that cares — about breast cancer research and your pucker. “In the Pink” delivers the shine of a gloss with the comfort and staying power of a lipstick. It has a creamy, rich feeling that drenches your lips in moisture and lush color. It moisturizes, looks great and gives back — what more could you want from a lipstick? When you order it online (rather than grabbing one at the makeup counter) it comes in a tres elegant silver case.

Price: $14 ($10 goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation)

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