A full head of hair and supple skin are things most of us take for granted. Unfortunately, many cancer patients lose these normalcies with treatment. With hair loss, dry skin and other appearance-related side-effects also comes a loss of self. Look Good… Feel Better empowers women, men and teens to face cancer with confidence.

Established in 1980, Look Good…Feel Better began running workshops at Westmead Hospital with a humble 121 participants. Since then, they have expanded to more than 1000 workshops in 180 venues nationwide. Delivered by volunteers and certified makeup artists, these workshops seek to promote confidence and empower women, men and teens receiving Cancer treatment. Along with  complimentary Confidence Kit, participants are shown how to manage appearance-related side-effects of their treatment such a hair loss and dry skin.

Earlier this year, LGFB launched their own collection of 12 makeup brushes*.The sheer kindness of their philosophy and message is reflected in the quality and make of their brushes. Each of the precision cut brush heads are hand-made with hypoallergenic and environmentally friendly bristles, ideal for the the most sensitive of skins. The only thing we loathe more than sticky lipglosses is prickly brushes. The last thing we want is to feel like we’re rubbing a cactus all over our face! But luckily, LGFB had us in mind when designing these soft brushes, so there are no succulents in sight.




15% of sales are donated to LGFB. To grab your brushes and support this amazing cause head into Priceline stores or online. Click here for more information about Look Good…Feel Better, to donate, volunteer or participate.


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 ♥ M + K



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