Happy International Women’s Day!
This year’s theme is #BalanceforBetter which is a call-to-action campaign for gender balance across the world!
Now, more than ever it is important for us to remember that we can make a difference!
Women have come a long way, I won’t sit here and name facts because its obvious how much we have progressed as women as time pass and how we will continue to do so.
Instead take the entire day to celebrate women achievements !
As the Ultimate Beauty Guide for the Modern Day Woman, we’re here to share with you four brands that are supporting International Women’s Day today.
One of the makeup OGs, Elizabeth Arden just recently launched their annual philanthropic campaign titled, March On Pink. The brand pledged $1 million to support women in the UN in order to advance women’s issues worldwide! 100% of the proceeds from their limited edition lipstick will support this cause.
The lipstick, ‘Pink Punch’ is signed by Reese Witherspoon.
Another makeup OG brand, Avon has been empowering women since 1886! In order to support International Women’s Day, they just recently launched their campaign, Stand4Her in order to raise money to help women and girls around the world access learning and development opportunities.
The brand has also teamed up with National Domestic Violence Hotline in order to support positive, healthy relationships and lifestyles. 15% of the sales will go directly to the National Domestic Violence Hotline.
L’Occitane has just launched their limited edition orange blossom Solidarity Balm in order to celebrate International Women’s Day!
The print on the packaging is inspired by African wax fabrics.
100% of the profits will be donated to the L’Occitane Foundation which supports NGO’s projects that support the leadership of women in the West African country.
The L’Occitane Foundation focuses on literacy, microedits, entrepreneurship, and education for girls.
Fragrance brand, Miller Harris has collaborated with JEMIMASARA to formulate scents for the special day.
JEMIMASARA was founded by Jemima Sara Hand. The brand aims to ‘inspire everyone to have a voice through educating, informing and inspiring individuals to love their genuine, fabulous selves.’
Throughout the entire month of March, in-store pop outs will address body positivity, gender equality, finding work-life balance, and the challenges women face daily. 10% of the purchases will go to Breast cancer.
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