Tuesday saw the launch of our #raise1brow project for cancer support charity Look Good Feel Better (LGFB) at a star-studded Lanson-sipping reception at Mayfair’s luxury interiors showroom, Baxter London.
It was an amazing night with many celebrities turning up to show their support - Melanie Sykes, Marine McCutcheon, Michelle Collins, Kimberley Garner, Eve Pollard, Poppy Drayton, Ralph Little and Anthea Turner to name a few.
BBC's Vintage and Antique expert Katherine Higgins welcomed everybody, giving us the most incredible and inspirational speech.
Our plan to raise much needed awareness, funds and product for LGFB and at a time when one in
two people will face cancer in their lifetime. The only international cancer support charity, LGFB provides
confidence-boosting skincare and makeup workshops and masterclasses all over the UK for women and
teenagers struggling with the visible side effects of their cancer treatment.
It's open to everyone, is very easy to join in and support - so please help us #raise1brow ....
Raise AWARENESS by posting a selfie video on social media of yourself trying to #raise1brow and nominating three friends to do the same
Raise £1 by text ing BROW10 £1 to 70070
Raise a BROW PENCIL by buying a LGFB Studio10 Brow Perfecting Liner and Studio10 will donate
one, worth £22 and available from M&S
Our founder, Grace Fodor, explains: “This project is very personal to me as I had two friends
who suffered terribly with cancer this year and every day, I am mindful and blessed that they have pulled through.
"The work that LGFB does makes a huge difference to the lives of those undergoing treatment.
I wanted to use and build a company where ‘giving back’ sits at our heart, where we can all get involved
and make a difference.”
Sarahjane Robertson, Executive Director at Look Good Feel Better comments, “We are pleased to be
working with Studio10 as they recognise and embrace the mission of Look Good Feel Better. To help all
women living with cancer to feel more confident in their appearance”
Anyone undergoing treatment for cancer face many challenges, not least among these is the effect on their appearance and self-esteem. Hair loss is an all too common side effect that can affect the eyebrows. Brows define and frame the face, with many losing theirs through cancer treatment.
The Brow Perfecting Liner offers a quick fix and is easy to do. Ultra creamy, longlast double ended pencil features a ultra natural, defining and shaping shade - unique in its design to mimic hair and colour adjusts to every colour based on how hard you press, giving natural-looking brows.
LGFB is dedicated to improving the self-esteem and quality of life of women undergoing treatment for
any type of cancer. Their aim is to improve their self-image and appearance through complimentary group
and self-help skincare and makeup sessions that create a sense of support, confidence, strength and
Freshly prepared canapés were provided by La Belle Assiette who, with their network of 200 + chefs, offer a unique, hassle free home dining experience.