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Allyson Lynch is showing off her mastectomy tattoos to show that breast cancer doesn't make you any less beautiful or feminine.
This October we can all make a difference by buying one of these breast cancer awareness buys. Popular beauty and fashion brands such as Estée Lauder, Marks and Spencer and GHD have teamed up with various cancer research charities to help donate money to a great cause. So, if you want to make a worthy purchase this month and help support breast cancer snap up one of these items…Fashion Week SS17: All the celebrity front row actionHere’s another great reason to drink coffee, according to science
When it comes to being breast cancer aware, we know we should be regularly checking our boobs (you are, aren’t you?) but did you realise that there’s something else that could help? According to experts at a leading breast cancer charity just 30 minutes of exercise a day can reduce the risk of the disease by up to 20 per cent. To help spread the get-active word, Marks and Spencer has teamed up with Breast Cancer Now and enlisted the help of seven inspirational women, whose lives have been affected by breast cancer, to model the its new sports-wear range.
Nikki Black, a stand-up comedian from LA, was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was just 23 years old. Black decided to take back control of her body, by opting to cover her mastectomy scars with two stunning tattoos.
October 1 marks the start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and a whole host of your favourite beauty and fashion brands are helping raise money for the worthy cause, by donating a percentage of profits from sales of must-have buys. So now’s the chance to invest in that Jo Malone fragrance you’ve been lusting after or add to your make-up collection with one of these fab and charitable products… Are you getting involved in Breast Cancer Awareness month? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK.