IF YOU'RE in the market for a beauty product, it's time to think pink at the tills during the Breast Cancer Awareness Month of October.
From hairspray to nail polish, you can go top-to-toe with the colour and help raise much- needed funds for breast cancer research.
You'll be spoilt for a choice of pink pout options when you carry Clinique's handy limited edition “Great Lips, Great Cause” keyring, right. It contains three mini Long Last Glosswear shades for £15, with £2 going to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation (Boots).
Whether you want to go wavy, curly or poker-straight, ghd's styler is available in a limited edition Pink Orchid design for £129, with £10 donated to Breakthrough Breast Cancer (www.ghdhair.com)
Versace has come up with the perfect solution to dreary weather: the purchase of their Bright Crystal fragrance, £61, not only donates £2 to Breast Health International but customers can also flaunt a complimentary Versace bright pink umbrella. Available in major department stores nationwide throughout October.
Get a healthy glow with Illuminating Touch, by Bourjois. The iridescent pearly pink powder is perfect for highlighting cheekbones, under brows and even lips. £7.49, with £1 from each sold going to Cancer Research UK (0800 269 836/www.bourjois.co.uk)
Give your talons a pretty makeover with Marks & Spencer's Perfection nail polish in Baby Pink, left. It's quick drying, too, for no-fuss application. Available for £5, with 10% going to Breakthrough Breast Cancer (0845 302 1234/www.marksandspencer.com)
Get a firm hold on your hairstyle with Sexy Hair's best selling hairspray, Spray & Play, in a special edition pink print bottle. Available for £10.49, with £1 split between Look Good, Feel Better and The Teenage Cancer Trust (www.sexyhair.co.uk)
With all these new beauty products, you'll need a mirror to aid application. Avon's Crusade Compact Mirror comes in a pretty heart-shaped silver design, complete with a pink ribbon adornment. Available for £4, with 25% going to Breakthrough Breast Cancer (www.avonshop.co.uk)
Estee Lauder has put the va va voom back into its Pure Color Lipstick, and now you can use this glitzy pink evening bag to carry your favourite lippy. The Elizabeth Hurley Lip Set, £18.50, above, from Estee Lauder, with £5 from each purchase donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Available from department stores nationwide.
Elemis's Think Pink Beauty Kit, below, is every skincare fanatic's dream. The patent pink bag contains Pro-Collagen Lifting Treatment, Pro-Collagen Marine Cream and Skin Nourishing Shower Cream, all for £29.90 (usually worth £59.80). What's more, Elemis are pledging a donation of £10,000 to Breast Cancer Care (0117 316 1818/www.timetospa.co.uk)