The Look Good Feel Better Blog
Happy Friday everyone! To help get the weekend started off right here is a great inspirational quote from a former Look Good…Feel Better program participant:
“The value of this program to me was immeasurable. The wonderful cosmetics really did make a difference in improving my self-image, especially towards the end of my treatments when I lost all my eyelashes and eyebrows.”- Anonymous LGFB Program Graduate, 2009
What are your thoughts on the program? Leave a comment below!
For the second year in a row Sexy Hair, a charitable partner of the Look Good Feel Better program, is on a national search for a hair stylist who exemplifies its Caring is Sexy spirit for their Caring is Sexy: Sexy Stylist Contest. The stylist chosen as this year’s Sexy Stylist will receive training at Sexy Hair’s training facility, the Institute of Courage, and the chance to assist Rafe Hardy, Sexy Hair’s artistic creative director during a national campaign photo shoot. For every entry submitted Sexy Hair will donate $5 to the Look Good Feel Better program.
From the nearly 600 submissions received last year, Melissa Schwartz was named the 2010 America’s Sexiest Stylist. She demonstrated her passion for styling, her dedication to her clients, as well as her commitment to giving back to the community through her work as a volunteer at Camp Starburst, a camp for kids affected and infected with HIV and AIDS.
Think you or someone you know has what it takes win the Caring is Sexy: Sexy Stylist Contest, visit the Look Good Feel Better Web site at www.lookgoodfeelbetter.org for more information, or Sexy Hair Web site, atwww.sexyhair.com to enter today.
We at Look Good Feel Better are very excited to announce our partnership with the Home Shopping Network (HSN) that will run throughout the month of June. If you love to shop and love to give back here is your chance to do both! Visit to see all the amazing products that will be featured during the month of June with a portion of the proceeds going to benefit Look Good Feel Better. Read the flyer below to find out all the details!
On Thursday, September 22, 2011 the 27th annual DreamBall will honor Jonathan Zrihen, president & CEO, Clarins Groupe North America and a member of the Personal Care Products Council Board, and Linda Wells the founding editor in chief of Allure, a Conde Nast Publication. The event will again be hosted at Cipriani 42nd street in New York.
Jonathan joined Clarins Groupe in 1993 in the International Marketing Division in Clarins head office in Paris. Shortly after that he spent time in Spain and Australia gaining valuable international experience. He returned to Paris in 1996 and was named Export Director of Clarins International division. In 1999 he was appointed Vice President, Asia-Pacific International Division, and was then named President of Clarins Canada Inc. Jonathan then went on to be named President & CEO of Clarins USA Inc. in 2007. Finally, Jonathan was named President and CEO, of Clarins Groupe North America in 2009.
Jonathan joined Clarins Groupe in 1993 in the International Marketing Division in Clarins head office in Paris. Shortly after that he spent time in Spain and Australia gaining valuable international experience. He returned to Paris in 1996 and was named Export Director of Clarins International division. In 1999 he was appointed Vice President, Asia-Pacific International Division, and was then named President of Clarins Canada Inc. in 2004. Jonathan then went on to be named President & CEO of Clarins USA Inc. in 2007. Finally, Jonathan was named President and CEO, of Clarins Groupe North America in 2009.
Linda began her career at Vogue in 1985 and became Beauty Editor and Food Editor of New York Times Magazine before starting Allure magazine in 1991, helping to redefine the magazine from a once traditional women’s magazine to a highly artistic and unique magazine dedicated solely to beauty. She is a regular in national media, including Today, The New York Times, The View, Entertainment Tonight, NPR, CNN, the Associated Press, and others. Linda is also the author of Confessions of a Beauty Editor in published in 2006.
Please join us for a night of celebration as we recognize these two industry leaders on September 22nd and watch for event materials in the mail.
For more information contact Mary Foster, at email@example.com or (202) 454-00359.
Please join us for our first-ever live Look Good Feel Better Virtual Workshop!
When: A two-hour workshop web-cast live from Washington, DC on Tuesday, April 26, 12:00 – 2:00 pm
What: Instruction, tips and advice for dealing with hair loss, changes in skin, complexion and nails during your cancer treatment, taken straight from the live Look Good….Feel Better community-based group workshop program
Who: Offered by Look Good Feel Better and facilitated by two top-notch volunteer beauty professionals - one a national Look Good Feel Better trainer
How: To register, click here. Don’t miss out on your chance to learn helpful, insider beauty techniques from the comfort of your own home, office, or favorite coffee shop! Can’t make the live viewing? Don’t worry, the Look Good Feel Better Virtual Workshop will be available “on demand” on our Web site www.lookgoodfeelbetter.org.
Those of you that have read our previous blog entries like this one and this one know that Clarisonic has been an ongoing partner of the Look Good Feel Better program. Last week they enlisted the help of their 2010 Empowered Woman of the Year, actress Mila Kunis, to present a $250,000 check to Look Good…Feel Better. With this most recent donation Clarisonic has raised 1.1 million for the program!
We at Look Good Feel Better would like to give a big thank you to both Clarisonic and Mila Kunis for their support of the Look Good Feel Better program! Don’t forget to visit our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter!
Have you ever wanted your favorite celebrity’s autograph? Now is your chance! Look Good Feel Better is very excited to announce a Clarisonic sponsored online auction coinciding with movie awards season to auction off specially designed Clarisonic Pink Mias signed by your favorite celebrities, including such A-list stars as Academy Award Nominee Colin Firth, Lady GaGa,. Courtney Cox, and Jewel.
The auction is hosted online by Charity Buzz and runs through February 28, 2011 concluding just in time for the Academy Awards. All proceeds will go to the Personal Care Products Council Foundation to benefit the Look Good Feel Better program. To see the full list of participating celebrities or to bid on your favorite celeb signature, visit Charity Buzz. Happy bidding!
We at Look Good Feel Better are very excited about our partnership with Charming Charlie, a Huston based fashion accessory boutique for women of all ages. From now through December 31st, Charming Charlie has specially designed gift cards that are sold in their retail stores around the country, with a portion of the proceeds going to benefit the Look Good Feel Better program. Be sure to tell your friends and family about these beautiful gift cards before they are all gone!
To find your nearest Charming Charlie location visit their website at http://charmingcharlie.com. For more information about this and other Look Good Feel Better partnerships check out our website at http://lookgoodfeelbetter.org/about-lgfb/corporate-partners.
As promised here are pictures from AFI Fest!
Actress Katheryn Winnick
Actor Gabriel Macht
Actress Judy Greer
We would like to thank Clarisonic and all the celebs who came and supported LGFB!
This week’s update contains some very exciting news for everyone here at on the Look Good Feel Better team. Sunday night LGFB celebrated in true Hollywood style at the premier of Rabbit Hole starring Nicole Kidman, Aaron Eckhart, Dianne Wiest, Miles Teller, Tammy Blanchard and Sandra Oh during AFI Fest. Clarisonic, who has an ongoing partnership with LGFB, invited us to be their guests of honor during AFI Fest’s screening of the movie. Clairsonic was also kind enough to invite our volunteers from the L.A area to attend the event.
Along with the movie premier AFI and Clarisonic hosted an education panel moderated by LGFB advocate and cancer survivor, Geralyn Lucas the author of Why I Wore Makeup To My Mastectomy. Serving on the panel were cancer survivors Dawn Charles and Robin Enos, and Clarisonic ambassador and celebrity makeup artist Darrell Redleaf.
The highlight of the evening (other than of course the fabulous movie premier!) was during the reception Clarisonic presented two checks to LGFB. One check for $30,000 from the Facebook “Like” campaign that went on during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and a second check for $500,000!
We would like to give many thanks to Clarisonic for being wonderful supporters of our organization!