In recognition of cervical cancer and cervical cancer awareness month, celebrity Makeup Artist Debra Macki's Yellow Umbrella Organization, along with the founder Christing Baze has launched a new eyes shadow palette to help raise awareness of cervical cancer. The three shades represent the three things women can do to protect themselves – the Pap test, the HPV test and the HPV vaccine.
The palette which comes in a sleek compact, and perfect to throw you your bag, houses 3 highly pigmented shadows that were inspired by Monaco, are designed with mineral pigments and are fragrance, talk and paraben. Even better, Eighty-percent of the sale of every palette will go back to the Yellow Umbrella Organization!
Through the Yellow Umbrella Organization (theyellowumbrella.org), Baze uses her story, voice, and music to help raise awareness of HPV, cervical cancer and opportunities to prevent this deadly disease. Baze says, “As a survivor, I don’t want any other woman to have to go through what I did,” “I’m thrilled to have another creative outlet to reach girls and women to educate them about HPV and the tools to prevent cervical cancer.”
“I was inspired by everything Christine does to spread the word, and wanted to do something to help,” said Macki. “Creating this eye shadow palette with Christine seemed like the perfect fit.”
The Debra Macki for Yellow Umbrella eye shadow palette includes three shades: nude shimmer, plum and purple/blue sparkle, and sells for $36.
For more information about the eye shadow palette, or to purchase the palette, visitYellowUmbrella.org
Beauty Editor for Second City Style, Kelley Epps – Woods
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