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A Beauty Review: Stila Positively Pink Set for Breast Cancer Awareness

Stila Positively Pink Set for Breast Cancer Awareness ($18)

A set including  a collectible, multi-colored, pressed powder, paired with a lip glaze (in Splendor) to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Can’t get enough of our featured Breast Cancer Awareness beauty products? Check out this pink duo!

As you know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! I think one of the most important things you can do during this month is to spread awareness (I’m doing my part by writing this post!) and donate.

The best thing about this set is that $1 from each purchase goes to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation®, which goes towards supporting finding a cure for breast cancer.  If you think about it, buying this set could be your way of doing your part during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

But what about the actual product? Think about it – a regular Stila Lip Glaze is $22.  This set is less than that, plus you get the cute cheek palette that features a multi-colored pressed blush.  If you’re hunting for a bargain, this is it.  Something like this would typically go for upwards of $40, and they’re selling it for $18 – and $1 of that is a donation to charity. The baby pink lip gloss is a sheer shade that’s not overpowering and the multi-tonal face powder gives you blush and highlighter in one. (Note: you can get just the blush for $16, but I don’t know why you’d do that.)

We all know Stila has great quality products.  If you’re in the market for a new blush or lip gloss, or if you’re feeling thrifty or charitable, definitely go for the Positively Pink set.

About Kathleen Tower

Kathleen is the style editor for The Collabor-eight. She's a 23-year-old true Jersey girl; big hair, bigger heart. Her passion for beauty and makeup started with an internship at Seventeen Magazine and has grown ever since. After graduating from Villanova, she turned her love for Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter into a full-time job as a social media coordinator! When she's not at work, she's browsing everywhere from the Internet to the streets for her own "Manicure Monday" inspiration. She believes that true style comes from a mix of high and low, designer and drugstore, expensive splurges and nearly steals!

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