Think Pink

With October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, many beauty companies are doing their part in the fight against this terrible disease. The most common form of cancer in women, one in eight will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. Throughout the month, any purchases from the products listed here will benefit various foundations that are fighting to find a cure.

Aveda Hand Relief Moisturizing - $4 from every purchase benefits The National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Go Pink from Milk_Shake. A portion of the limited-edition Go Pink product proceeds will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, along with information to clients encouraging early detection. 

United in Pink campaign from Paul Mitchell offers limited-edition products, which supports the Bright Pink Foundation. 


Jane Iredale offers the Magic Mitt. This knitted micro-fiber cleansing cloth quickly and completely removes makeup without using cleanser. 100% of the profits from sales will be donated to Living Beyond Breast Cancer

AirArt’s Pink Lone H3000 Hair Dryer is equipped with 1800 watts that dries hair quickly, eliminates frizz by locking in moisture, seals the cuticle, leaving hair noticeably soft and shiny. 10% of each Pink Line item sold is donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation

Olivia Garden is offering a rose-gold-and-white, limited-edition set of its best-selling Ceramic + Ionic Thermal Brush Collection and Silkcut Shears. To honor those affected by Breast Cancer, Olivia Garden will be donating a portion of the net profit to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Elemis has launched a limited edition pink version of their well-loved Pro-Collagen Marine Cream in support of breast cancer care. 

Show your support for breast cancer awareness with Hairtalk's exclusive 100 percent human hair rooted mini-strand extensions. Made exclusively for Breast Cancer Awareness month, the extensions are available with two different root colors: #613 (lightest blonde) and #4 (dark brown).