Behold the power of pink
Support breast cancer research with soap, sports or a few glasses of bubbly
Wed, Oct 19, 2011 (6:19 p.m.)
Take a look around you. Pink is everywhere. On Strip hotels, NFL football players and Delta Airplanes. This month, there’s no hotter color and no worthier cause than the fight against breast cancer. On Wednesday, the Weekly raised cash for research at the Weekly Fling at Ghostbar. Now, to help you get in the spirit—and the shade—we offer some stylish ways to give your support.
Sonia Kashuk for Target, Proudly Pink purse brush set, $15 Fifteen percent of each purchase of these sleek makeup brushes goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
OPI, Pink Shatter: Pink of Hearts nail lacquer, $8.50 Try out a trend in nail style with this shatter color supporting Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Available at ULTA.
Odwalla, Pink Poetry Superfood, $3 Pink may be the color, but the flavor is a blend of cherry, guava and plum packed with vitamins, iron and calcium. Available through December 2011.
Wilson, HOPE Tennis Racquet, $30 Wilson will donate $100,000 along with 1 percent from all sales of this sleek silver and pink racquet.
Soap & Glory, The Righteous Butter, $18 For every bottle of this intensive moisturizer—made with shea butter, aloe vera and rosehip seed oil—that’s sold in October, the company will donate $1. Available at Sephora.
Hairdreams Jewels, Color salon at Caesars Palace, $20 per strand, $10 service charge Wear your support this month with pink rhinestone extensions. Color salon will donate a portion of the proceeds for each strand sold to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
The Pink Party, Vanity Nightclub, October 23 Ladies who text “vanity” to 56242 will receive a wristband for free pink champagne until 1 a.m. For every wristband redeemed, Hard Rock will donate $20 to the Nevada Cancer Institute.