Help women with cancer look their best with Elizabeth Arden!

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Last Updated on December 29, 2017 by Ellen Christian

BE A DO-GOODERElizabeth Arden Launches an Innovative Philanthropic ‘Pin It To Give It’ Campaign on Pinterest
There’s something about a touch of makeup that boosts our confidence, increases self-esteem and brightens up any bad day.  Iconic beauty brand, Elizabeth Arden, has revolutionized social giving through Pinterest’s first-ever ‘Pin It To Give It’ campaign. 
The brand has teamed up with longtime partner Look Good…Feel Better and now through October, Elizabeth Arden is encouraging consumers across the country to be a do-gooder by selecting the ‘re-pin’ button on their official Pinterest page.  For every image re-pinned the beauty brand will donate one Elizabeth Arden eyeliner to the charity, with a total of 10,000 eyeliners.  
      Here’s What You Do:
1.       Visit  http://bit.ly/PinItToGiveIt
2.       Re-pin any image from the ‘Pin It To Give It’ board and keep the  
              #PinItToGiveIt hashtag in the caption
3.       Elizabeth Arden will donate one Elizabeth Arden eyeliner to Look
               Good…Feel Better
4.       Help women with cancer look their best!
Please let your friends know about this campaign:
Love @ElizabethArden’s #PinItToGiveIt campaign!  1 Repin = 1 Product Donation to their longtime #charity partner @LGFB bit.ly/PinItToGiveIt
Join us in repining for @ElizabethArden’s #PinItToGiveIt campaign!  1 Repin = 1 Product Donation to #charity @LGFB bit.ly/PinItToGiveIt
To find out more about Look Good…Feel Better, visit www.lookgoodfeelbetter.org.

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6 thoughts on “Help women with cancer look their best with Elizabeth Arden!”

  1. Even something as small as feeling more attractive can really lift one’s spirits when they are dealing with such a difficult diagnosis. What a fantastic cause.

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