Dress: TradeMe (new)
Shoes: Garage @ The Warehouse
Make up: Eyes - e.l.f Mineral Eyeshadow Primer, Glamour Doll Eyes Foil Me, Sugarpill Chromalust eyeshadow in Royal Sugar and Lumi, and CoverGirl LashBlast mascara in Very Black; Lips - NYX round lipstick in Shiva; Face - Australis concealer
I bet the boobs in the first photo threw you all off! Haha. October is breast cancer awareness month, and while it’s all well and good to inject a bit of humour into situations like this, the fact is that breast cancer can be a killer. It can affect anyone - your grandmother, your mum, your aunty, your niece, your sister, your daughter, your partner, your best friend. It can affect males too, although breast cancer awareness month does tend to emphasize the female side. As women, we are encouraged to conduct monthly self-examinations of our breasts. If you find a lump or anything out of the ordinary, it is really important that you make an appointment to see a doctor right away. The key to surviving breast cancer is often early detection. If you are older, it’s also important to keep up with regular mamograms. Sure, they may be uncomfortable, but a few minutes of discomfort is better than the pain your family will endure if you were to become another victim of breast cancer. Please, talk to the women in your life about breast cancer, and help to spread awareness of this disease. There’s nothing to be awkward about and you might just end up saving a life.