My beauty routine is quite simple; to be honest it is almost non-existent. Like in fashion, I tend to be low maintenance and my day-to-day appearance focuses on the ‘barely-there’ makeup look. Not to brag, but I must admit I am grateful for my blemish free skin that allows me to be au-naturale and maintain my daily minimal make up look. My daily look is made up of a base coat of foundation, a flick of rose pink blush, liquid liner, a touch of mascara and a smear of gloss. But a bright lip is creeping its way into my daily routine. It is amazing how a little lipstick care brighten up my day.
Pink Hope, in association with Revlon launched Bright Pink Lipstick Day in 2012 in the hope of raising awareness for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer in Australia. This Friday, September 20, is helping bring positivity to every woman’s day, through women cracking open that bright pink lippy for a cause. So you will see me this Friday, wearing my brightest shade of pink lippie and sharing, what I like to call the ‘un-selfie’ (the ‘selfie’ for a cause) alongside the hashtag #brightpinklipstickday #PinkHopeAus #Revlon.
Don’t worry if you don’t have a pink lipstick, Revlon have released a limited-edition Pink Hope Super Lustrous Lipstick, $21.95 available at Priceline, Target and selected pharmacies, it is a great opportunity to purchase a must have and to show your support for Pink Hope’s great cause.
Visit www.pinkhope.org.au for more information about how you can get involved.