That’s the question we’ve decided to ask a few of our favorite beauty bloggers here at FTBC headquarters - and of course, they’re using the uber-stylish CFDA Cosmetic Roll, available exclusively at Henri Bendel for just $40 (50% of the purchase price benefits FTBC - yay!)
First up, is Amber Katz, the pop-culture savvy voice of Beauty Blogging Junkie. See what’s tucked in her makeup bag now (wow, that’s a lot!), and be sure to read all about it at BBJ.
Special thanks to Amber for revealing all!
Partner Spotlight: Rethink Breast Cancer (Canada)
Rethink Breast Cancer is the Canadian young women’s breast cancer movement.
Launched in 2001, Rethink is the first-ever Canadian breast cancer charity to bring bold, relevant awareness to the under-40 crowd; foster a new generation of young and influential breast cancer supporters; infuse sass and style into the cause; and, most importantly, respond to the unique needs of young (or youngish) women going through it.
Rethink funds education and awareness campaigns to engage young people, translation research projects and supportive care programs for young women with breast cancer.
FTBC Hellas funds Free Preventive Breast Examination Booth
For the last 3 years Fashion Targets Breast Cancer Hellas, has allocated its funds to Hellenic Association for Breast Cancer Prevention in order to implement the Free Preventive Breast Examination Booth project.
The “Breast Examination Booth” visits cities throughout Greece and provides free examination and information on prevention from oncologists.
Over the last 3 years, the Breast Examination Booth traveled in 16 cities throughout Greece and examined more than 4,500 women.
For the 2001 campaign, FTBC collaborated with Coach to create this electric blue tote bag.
Last fall, Fashion Targets Breast Cancer teamed up with Fashion’s Night Out on a teeshirt to benefit FTBC. Here, Good Morning America host and breast cancer survivor Robin Roberts wears the tee-shirt.
Veronica Webb appeared in the CFDA’s 2009 campaign to celebrate the 15 year anniversary of Fashion Targets Breast Cancer. To commemorate, a limited edition charm was sold on QVC to benefit FTBC.