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  • Pencil Me In

    If your lipstick won't stay put or needs a little defining, here are some great ways to perfect your pucker. For many of us, a well-defined lip line is a part of our daily routine. For women undergoing cancer treatment, this can help add balance to a face where eyebrows and eyelashes are thinning...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 07-09-2015
    tagged: cancer, 2015, Jeanna Doyle
  • The Power of Moms and Daughters

    Here at The Mary Kay Foundation℠, we’re touched by three mother/daughter stories involving cancer. I love these stories. They show the power, the love and the hope that can exist between moms and daughters in the most challenging of times. Kaitlin’s story is the newest. She lost her mom to...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 07-02-2015
    tagged: cancer, breast cancer, 2015
  • 2015 Cancer Grant Winners Announced

    5 Things You Need To Know About Our Research This week, The Mary Kay Foundation℠ announces its 2015 cancer grant recipients . This process isn't taken lightly. A group of prominent medical doctors and researchers have been poring over more than 60 applications since February. I read the winning applications...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 06-25-2015
    tagged: The Mary Kay Foundation, cancer, 2015, Cancer Grant Program
  • Pack a Punch of Color!

    Top three trip tips for traveling with your makeup With summer coming, and travel plans ranging from staycations to exotic locales, many of us will be moving some make up. Here are some tips for the three things you want to avoid: Breakage, spillage and spoilage. Breaking Bad: Your favorite blush or...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 06-18-2015
    tagged: cancer, 2015, Jeanna Doyle, Beauty Tips for Cancer Patients
  • It’s OK to Want to Feel Like Your Old Self

    The Plastic Surgery Foundation (The PSF) is humbled by the grace and candor of those breast cancer patients who share their stories of survival with The PSF. Today we invite you to meet Marla, a breast cancer survivor who will be celebrating nine years of being cancer-free this summer. My whole life...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 06-04-2015
    tagged: cancer, breast cancer, 2015, The Plastic Surgery Foundation
  • Tip or Skip? Top 7 Beauty Tricks for Cancer Patients!

    Whether it’s a tip or something you can skip, this list will save time, energy and money. This is a special segment for women in treatment for cancer with tips that may also benefit your family and friends. I have compiled some of my favorite time-saving advice to help reserve energy with some...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 05-14-2015
    tagged: cancer, 2015, Jeanna Doyle, Beauty Tips for Cancer Patients
  • Breast Reconstruction: What You Need to Know

    Of all the difficult moments in the breast cancer experience – of which there are many – the first time a woman sees her reflection following breast cancer surgery can be overwhelming. Some women feel a sense of triumph, while others are flooded with a sense of loss and are anxious to restore...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 04-30-2015
    tagged: cancer, breast cancer, 2015, The Plastic Surgery Foundation, Dr. Anureet Bajaj
  • Seven Things I Learned From Cancer

    By Pat Danforth, Independent Senior National Sales Director Emeritus God has a plan for everything, and we are just part of that plan. My experience may be able to help you with the challenges ahead since I had six months of chemotherapy and seven weeks of daily radiation. The most encouraging thing...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 04-16-2015
    tagged: cancer, 2015, Pat Danforth
  • 10 Beauty Tips For Cancer Patients

    By: Pat Danforth, Independent Senior National Sales Director Emeritus Pat Danforth knows about beauty. And she knows about cancer treatment. In this week’s blog, she tells you how those things can go together! For nine months, I underwent surgeries, chemotherapy and radiation for breast cancer...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 03-05-2015
    tagged: cancer, 2015, Pat Danforth
  • Six Things I Learned From My Grandmother

    That’s me as a four-year-old with Granny. I didn't want to have my picture taken that day, but now it’s one of my favorite photos. “I have often wished that I could go back and ask my own grandparents questions about things we in the family have no clue about today.” Mary...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 02-26-2015
    tagged: cancer, 2015
  • Dr. Rolf Brekken on Cancer Research

    We’re pleased to have Dr. Rolf Brekken , 2012 grant recipient from The Mary Kay Foundation ℠ , as this week’s guest with us. Dr. Brekken is an Associate Professor in the UT Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. What strides have been made recently in your area of cancer research...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 02-05-2015
    tagged: The Mary Kay Foundation, cancer, 2015, Cancer Grant Program, Dr. Rolf Brekken
  • Cancer Grant Review Process Begins in February

    Next month, The Mary Kay Foundation ℠ will begin reviewing proposals to determine who will get grants for 2015. If you think it sounds like a daunting task, I thought the same thing. After all, a simple online search about cancer research can yield 38 million results! And if you've ever tried to...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 01-22-2015
    tagged: The Mary Kay Foundation, cancer, 2015, Cancer Grant Program, Nancy Thomason
  • Your Gift Matters

    We are overwhelmed by your response to last month’s Giving Tuesday campaign. You didn't get much notice about this one-day campaign. Yet you showed up big. For a single 24-hour period, your gifts totaled more than: $15,000 We can’t say thank you enough. As we go into 2015, women’s...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 01-15-2015
    tagged: Domestic Violence Prevention, cancer, DV, breast cancer, Giving Tuesday, 2015
  • Two New Free Apps for Cancer Patients

    If you have a problem, there’s probably an app for it. I don’t know about you, but I love my apps. My FedEx and UPS apps let me know when my packages will be delivered. I've even rerouted a package to a different address via an app. I shop my favorite stores through apps. I can even edit...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 12-09-2014
    tagged: cancer, 2014, apps
  • Got Breast Cancer Questions?

    This week’s guest blogger is Sherry Fox with Baylor Health Care System . She meets hundreds/thousands of women each year at health fairs. This week, she answers some of the most-asked questions she gets about breast cancer. She also just happens to be a Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant. Q...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 11-04-2014
    tagged: The Mary Kay Foundation, cancer, 2014, Mary Kay Foundation Shelter Grants, breast cancer
  • Drink Tea; Reduce Ovarian Cancer Risk

    I’m loving tea these days. I've almost stopped drinking soda altogether except for an occasional Dr. Pepper fix. Tea is just more refreshing to me. And even if I add some sweetener (coconut sugar is my latest favorite), it’s still much less sugar than a soda or commercially sweetened...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 09-16-2014
    tagged: cancer, 2014, ovarian
  • What Happens When Peach meets Pink!

    As a breast cancer survivor and two-time uterine cancer survivor, I am a passionate advocate of empowering women to take charge of their own health. I founded Peach Outreach ® as the vehicle for that passion. Peach Outreach ® is a non-profit organization with two missions: to raise awareness...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 08-19-2014
    tagged: The Mary Kay Foundation, cancer, 2014, Jennifer Cook
  • Bald is Beautiful

    Today’s guest blogger, Cassandra Yates , sets a new standard for fundraising and empathy. She debuted as a Mary Kay Independent Sales Director on May 1 and shaved her head in honor of cancer patients 11 days later. Since I was a little girl, I wanted to help others. I've been raising money...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 07-22-2014
    tagged: cancer, 2014, Fundraiser, Team Up for Women, Cassandra Yates, Lisa Madson
  • Fighting Breast Cancer with Food

    The foods you eat can help to reduce your risk of developing breast cancer. About one-third of breast cancers are related to diet and lifestyle choices. One way Moncrief Cancer Institute, located in Fort Worth, Texas, is helping to educate patients on healthy diet choices is to first educate the doctors...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 06-24-2014
    tagged: The Mary Kay Foundation, cancer, 2014, Stacy Shappley, Moncrief Cancer Institute, nutrition
  • Cancer Research Matters

    Cancer Research Matters: Cancer’s impact touches every family. Enormous progress has been made but we still lack effective therapies when the tumor has spread, or metastasized, throughout the body. Cancer research represents our commitment to do the work necessary to help patients live longer,...
    Posted to Mary Kay Foundation: Inspiring Beauty Through Caring by admin on 06-17-2014
    tagged: The Mary Kay Foundation, cancer, 2014
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