If you’re looking for a little treat for yourself, this Valentine’s Day, I have a suggestion of a beautifier that will make you look good and does good, too: an exclusive, red lip gloss by Christopher Drummond Beauty. I met the charming and talented Mr. Drummond at a Sheckys Girls Night Out Event a few years ago. This Red Lip Gloss is a sheer, universally flattering, glossy red that feels like silk ribbons on your lips. The color is an instant magnet for pouty-perfect (for kissing, or just for admiring), lips. The Lip Gloss has been created exclusively to benefit Eve Ensler’s V-Day Foundation, a charity for abused women. The “V’ in “V-Day” partially stands for “Valentine,” and red lipstick is the beauty trademark of Ensler, author of the popular book and screenplay The Vagina Monologues.
The gorgeous color and sexy look is a great reason to select this gloss (out just in time for Valentine’s Day) for your “go-to-for-romance” look. But since a portion of the proceeds of the Red Lip Gloss also go to stop violence against women and girls, it is another way to show your love to women, everywhere. The V-Day Foundation supports anti-violence organizations throughout the world, helping them to continue and expand their core work on the ground, while drawing public attention to the larger fight to stop worldwide violence (including rape, battery, incest, female genital mutilation and sexual slavery). In ten years, the V-Day movement has raised over $70 million, and was named one of Worth magazine’s “100 Best Charities” in 2001 and Marie Claire’s “Top Ten Charities” in 2006.
To get your red lip gloss and do help support women around the world, visit Christopher Drummond Beauty. Check out all of Christopher’s products…you’ll be glad you did!
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