We all know that breast cancer is a serious condition that has affected millions of women. A number of nail polish manufacturers have released commemorative collections and polishes to honor those impacted and to raise further awareness of the disease.
A few weeks ago, we blogged about special nail polish from Morgan Taylor and Gelish in this area, and now we have the 411 on three more amazing options to raise breast cancer awareness through nail polish.
The China Glaze Pink Of Me Collection
The Pink Of Me collection plays up the color pink, as pink of course is the color associated with breast cancer awareness. The collection is comprised of three shades: a pink crème, a glitter colored pink, and a glitter that is iridescent. If you want to change up the color of the polish, you can do so by mixing or using different base colors. Whatever your final look ends up being, you know that your polish will enjoy the quality that China Glaze is known for.
Pink of Hearts Duo by OPI
For the seventh year, OPI has a Pink of Hearts promotion for breast cancer awareness. This year’s Pink of Hearts includes a pink shade named Pinking of You along with a new hue known as More than a Glimmer. Also included in the 2013 release are two other unique items: crystal decals and pink ribbons that can be added to the look of the nails. The cost of this duo is $15.95. As part of breast cancer awareness month, OPI also announced that it will make a donation of $25,000 to help fund research and support.
BB Couture We Love The Ta Tas
The name of this nail polish might be humorous, but the 50% of the proceeds BB Couture will be putting towards breast cancer research is nothing to laugh at. This new shade consists of a jelly base colored pink combined with a special glitter. The end result is a youth oriented nail polish that maintains an original and eye-catching look.
The nice thing about these nail polishes and collections is that not only do they look great, but they also give you the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping a good cause. Increasing breast cancer awareness and raising funds are key steps in the continued effort to help those affected by the disease and in need of treatment.