Look Good...Feel Better is a project that helps boost the self-esteem of cancer patients. They do this by giving lessons on how to manage the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatments. Stacy London - you know, the host of What Not to Wear is partnering up with the Look Good...Feel Better team to create a streaming 'virtual' workshop.
Along with Stacy London, cancer patients can expect help from the likes of celeb makeup artist Carmindy and hair stylist Linda Whitehurst.
There are going to be plenty of chic and stylish help, tidbits and tricks to get anyone who has cancer looking oh-so-fabulous again.
Your official invite is below:
Stacy London will introduce the new style curriculum for the first time to the Look Good…Feel Better program. She will be joined by celebrity makeup artist Carmindy (also from TLC’s What Not To Wear), who will lead the skin care, cosmetics, nail segments of the program, and by hair stylist Linda Whitehurst, who will lead the segment on hair care and hair alternatives choices such as turbans, scarves and wigs.
The new style component was developed jointly by Style for Hire and Look Good…Feel Better experts. It provides insights on how to use color in cosmetics or fabrics to create a bright, vibrant appearance; extend choices made for head coverings to create a complete look, and learn how women with any body type can use shape, silhouette and design to maintain their personal style while addressing the physical changes that often occur as a result of cancer treatment.
WHEN: Tuesday, November 1, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM EDT
WHERE: Streaming live at http://tinyurl.com/5to6z3q
WHO: Stacy London, celebrity stylist, co-founder of Style for Hire and co-host of TLC’s What Not to Wear, and Carmindy, celebrity makeup artist, also of What Not to Wear
ABOUT: Look Good...Feel Better is a nationwide program that offers free workshops and educational resources that address skin changes and concerns, and offers lessons on wigs, turbans, cosmetics, nail care, and accessories, and now styling. Workshops are facilitated by 14,000 volunteer beauty professionals in more than 3,000 locations nationwide. During the past 22 years, the program has served more than 750,000 people with cancer in the U.S. and more than one million people with cancer around the world. The program is made possible through a national collaboration of the Personal Care Products Council Foundation, the American Cancer Society, and the Professional Beauty Association | National Cosmetology Association.
Style for Hire is a national network of handpicked, trained and certified personal stylists, who provide in home wardrobe advice and shopping assistance to clients. Style for Hire stylists help clients learn to dress for their unique body types, budgets, tastes, and lifestyles, and optimize the investment they make in their wardrobes. The company was born out the belief that everyone, not just the rich and famous, should be able to get personal help with style.