L’Oreal Paris: Color of Hope

Every year 22,000 women are diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer.

L’Oréal Paris has raised over $14 million dollars since 1997 and remains committed to the fight against Ovarian Cancer. This month, to create awareness for this cause, L’Oréal Paris has a goal of 22,000 visitors to their Color of Hope website, in honor of the 22,000 women who will be diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer this year.

With nearly 12,000 visitors already and  just one week to go—I’m asking you, Makeup Bag readers, to please visit Color of Hope and show your support.

As many of you know, cancer took my father this year. I feel like every ounce of research for this horrible disease is taking a step in the right direction. Whether it be for cancer of the ovaries, bones or, in my father’s case, liver.

Please join Makeup Bag and L’Oréal Paris and visit Color of Hope
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Comments

  • I love that you posted this! I have been a fan of L’Oreal’s Color of Hope collection for several years. The Color of Hope lipstick is a perfect, versatile shade and every year they have fun new eyeshadow quads or eye pencils and lip glosses. I didn’t know they were trying to get teh 22,000 visitors, I’ll make sure to post this on my page as well!

    9.22.08
  • Frankly, 14 million is a pretty small amount for L’Oreal when you consider what they make on all their brands. Every female whoever bought a L’Oreal product ought to pressure them to increase their support.

    Barbara (Reply)
    9.22.08
  • hi… i actually done a loreal: color of hope post on my beauty blog last week. i think it is wonderful that you did also. in oct. 2007 i actually lost my wonderful grandmother to ovarian cancer so this is so near to my heart. i wish other companies would do some work as spectacular as this. i’m sorry for your father’s loss. have a lovely day~ randi

    p.s. i always go a get a few color of hope products…. it is for a great cause but hey… they are also soo pretty.. lol

    9.22.08
  • I am sorry about the loss of your father. My Mother has had breast cancer. She told me of buying this lipstick “the color of Hope” in 2007. My mother is now out of the shade. Where can I find this shade at? Thank You

    Mary Hebert (Reply)
    9.22.08

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