Developing dry or sensitive skin during chemotherapy and radiation is common – and may require changes in your daily skincare routine.
Choose the appropriate moisturizer according to your skin type or special needs during chemotherapy or radiation treatment.
Foundation is the best way to create a healthy, even skin tone – particularly if you feel pale or sallow.
Concealer instantly helps correct the look of blemishes and other changes in your skin.
Dust oilier skin with a translucent or light-colored loose powder to set your makeup and help control shine
Nothing looks more vibrant than a seemingly natural glow.
There are several ways to recreate your eyebrows if they have thinned or fallen out.
Mascara is an excellent boost for thinning lashes. Use it as you usually would to restore their lushness.
Highlighting your eyes with eyeshadow and liner will brighten, define, and emphasize the area – and take the focus away from changes in your skin tone if need be.
Start with lip liner if you like extra definition or want to prevent your lipstick from feathering.
A touch of lipstick completes any look and is the ideal way to add a bit of color if you aren’t feeling up to performing your makeup routine.
For most women, selecting a wig is something of a mystery – but most shops are staffed with an expert to guide you to the right fit, color, and style.
If you’re short on time, exhausted or not feeling well, but want to look put-together, a turban may be a good choice.
Wearing a hat is an excellent way to disguise your hair loss. And there are many, many options – from baseball caps to fedoras to berets.
Start by keeping your nails trimmed and short during treatment and follow the tips in this video.
Many women find that their skin tone changes during treatment.
As a rule, jewel tones are universally flattering.
The 5 most typical body shapes.
If you have gained weight from treatment, look for structured but not bulky fabrics that create a shape on the body as opposed to flimsy fabrics that simply lay there.
If you have lost weight, stick to closer-fitting silhouettes and bulkier knits to add visual weight to your frame.
If you had a mastectomy with no reconstruction, wear ruffles, big pockets, to add emphasis to the chest area.
Look Good Feel Better's at Home Guide to Confidence and Beauty During Treatment.
The newest addition to the Look Good Feel Better Workshops addresses wardrobe and accessory challenges women face while undergoing cancer treatment.