Save the ta-tas and save yourself (and your monthly bill) from having to buy your own hygiene and beauty products. One lucky winner will be sent this amazing goody bag all donated by companies with proceeds going to charities raising breast cancer awareness.
Inside the Vonny tote bag are not only convenient compartments, but also four additional products. What a treasure chest!
Just between you and me, China Glaze nail polish is what the professionals use because it contains China clay as a hardener.
I would die for a hairspray bottle of CHI because it tackles my stubborn and straight black hair by putting it in place.
The Emily Elizabeth pink ribbon gold earrings are discreet but send out a powerful message. And lastly, the Elemis Sparkling Beauty Collection can top it all off and give you the Asian glow.
Don’t take my word for it, I cannot guarantee immediate results with these items, but it’s guaranteed that all of these products are advocates for the research and fight against breast cancer!
Enter our TGIFree Friday Breast Cancer Awareness Edition to win these treats and help raise awareness for the treatment of those diagnosed with breast cancer. Please comment or tweet “Hey @audreymagazine I love pink [insert your fav. pink noun]” to be eligible to win. Don’t wait till November 3, 11:59 p.m. to comment. You must have a U.S. addy to win. (Apologies to our international readers!) For more details on products, check here.
FYI: Breast Cancer Awareness Month ends in two days, but the fight goes on!
We received this sweet email from a winner of Tuesday’s BCA Giveaway.
Thank you so much, and thank you so much for publicly supporting Breast Cancer. My adoptive mother is currently fighting the good fight with her own rare form of gynecological carcinoma for a second time through chemo, as metastases were found in her lungs only a few weeks ago. We’ve been at Gilda’s Club on and off for additional support; we went from a five person family to a three person family when my siblings both had meltdowns of their own and fled the nest for their own sakes. Anyway, possibly too much information, but just wanted to explain that it’s been pretty downcast for almost two years now, though my mother is still going strong. She’s really the one with the sweepstaking legacy, being a stay-at-home mom, and these little surprises through contest wins really boost us along in life. So, thank you again for all of the generosity, and the spread of Asian American unity all over the world with Audrey Magazine’s wonderful articles.
Dear reader, thank YOU so much for sharing with us your personal story. We here at Audrey hope to raise as much awareness about this disease as we possibly can. Send our best wishes to your mom, we wish her well!
It’s our pleasure to give away this beautiful necklace from J-Lynn Jewelry (usually $65.00)
A 16-18″ adjustable Sterling Silver chain holds a strong message of Love and Support for finding a cure for breast cancer. Honor a loved one who has either conquered the disease or sadly has passed with a sterling silver initial charm, silver ribbon and pink topaz drop. Or, wear your own initial as a sign of courage and strength.
$10 from the sale of this necklace will be donated to the charity of your choice in honor of you, your friend or family member.
Please comment or tweet: “I <3 pink _[insert something pink you love]__” to be eligible to win this pretty necklace.
Giveaway ends Friday, Oct. 29 at 11:59pm. Thanks!
Check here to see what other cool stuff you can win.
“I like it on” Facebook has virally infected more people than the common cold, but has it actually discolored the “go pink” celebration of Breast Cancer Awareness Month? For those who have yet to be hit by the status update, it’s a movement by females to announce their purse location without revealing the word itself. Even if the general public has abused the real meaning of the cause, here are some celebrities who give a brighter light to the dark matter.
Community star, Ken Jeong made a debut on The Ellen Show this week, and he admitted that he couldn’t have made an appearance at a better time than during Breast Cancer Awareness month. He discussed how his wife discovered a lump, while breastfeeding one of their twins. Check out his emotional conversation here:
According to the National Cancer Institute, there have been 207,090 new cases for 2010. As Jeong said, even if you have the slightest of questions regarding breast cancer, don’t be afraid to ask your doctor!
We’d love to hear Audrey readers’ own experiences with breast cancer. If you’d like to share with us, please comment below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line: My Breast Cancer Story. Let’s raise awareness for the cause together!
I’m not a sci fi fan. I never liked Star Trek. I watched Star Wars because it was one of the few movies my parents would let me watch, even though it was rated PG. (My brothers’ addiction to all things Star Wars, including the bedroom set, really helped.) Besides, I really liked Han Solo and wanted him and Leia to get together already.
More recently, I tried to read Harry Potter and couldn’t get through the first chapter. I only tolerated Lord of the Rings because Legolas (played by Orlando Bloom) was so freakin’ studly.
Although if I really think about it, my interest peaked every time an Elf storyline appeared on-screen. I was fascinated by Arwen (played by Liv Tyler) and everything else in the Elves’ misty, dreamy world — the organically sculptural jewelry, the flowing hair, the ethereal Renaissance-inspired gowns, the lilting language, and of course the fact that every Elf is tall, lean and simply gorgeous.
Which is why I’m obsessed with Space Mermaid’s swirly, otherworldly tiara.
It’s half intergalactic princess, half sea maiden. It’s sci fi for my real fashion life.
Get the pink tiara now at our exclusive one-day only, guaranteed low price.
Denim is huge for spring, and I don’t mean just jeans. Bags, shoes, shirts — denim’s everywhere.
Get in on the denim trend with Voom by Joy Han’s “Judy” denim babydoll dress. With corset styling, a textural braided belt, and — my favorite — pockets, this is the dress you’ll wear all summer.