Hair products that support breast cancer awareness
Fighting breast cancer affects the hair — and these adorable pink products will support the cause!
CHI Pink Touch Dryer: The world's first dryer that uses touch screen technology, and it just happens to be in an adorable limited edition pink for breast cancer awareness. The CHI touch dryer is equipped with an LCD screen and a totally Brave New World-esque precision engineered AC motor that produces a lower than average amount of EMF radiation. The motor utilizes ceramic, ionic and far infrared heat to keep hair healthy, shiny and smooth. This model was created in partnership with Bright Pink, a non-profit focusing on the prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancers in young women, while providing support for high-risk individuals. (ulta.com, $199)
Rolling toward hope
Paul Mitchell Haute Rollers Travel Set: The hot pink Haute Rollers Travel Set is as the name suggests, haute and specially designed for breast cancer awareness. It includes six hot rollers, reaching up to 270 degrees F, six clamp shell clips and a thermal travel pouch. Paul Mitchell's Girls Are Alright! Campaign is a sponsor of the National Breast Cancer Foundation helping to encourage women to perform breast self-exams and practice methods for early detection.
Long hair, we care
SHE by SO.CAP.USA is hosting a Pink Hair For Hope campaign. During the months of September and October, the brand will donate 100 percent of net proceeds from the campaign to several breast cancer charities. Now in its 8th year, clients who donate $10 or more to Pink Hair For Hope at a local participating salon will receive a 100 percent natural pink SHE by SO.CAP.USA hair extension. They can choose from professionally bonded or clip-in hair extensions that they can put in themselves and re-wear over and over again.
Comb on through
Cricket's Hot PINK! Ultra Smooth Comb Collection has a blend of argan, olive oils and keratin protein infused inside the comb (right in the plastic!) to help moisturize hair and attack frizz. A portion of the sales will be donated to breast cancer research through The Cancer Research Hospital. (cricketco.com, $6 and up)