Inglot Egypt and Baheya Foundation got together to create a make-up workshop and a Breast Cancer awareness session in one.
It's important to get self-checked every now and then by a doctor, and that's why Breast Awareness campaigns are created, to inform you on the dangers of the terrible disease. In light of Pink October, Inglot Egypt got together with Baheya Foundation to give a free makeup class at Mall of Egypt to show how you can lift your spirits with makeup; they also discussed the grave importance of the discussion on Breast Cancer.
Inglot Egypt - which is operated by Baraka Retail Group - ran the workshop, which featured Suzy El Tobgy, one of Egypt's finest makeup artists. El Tobgy demonstrated to the participants a couple of essential makeup techniques on a model. The makeovers consisted of fresh and natural looks that brings out your prominent features.
The participating ladies, mostly cancer survivors, received a course on how they can apply makeup in their day-to-day lives to keep them feeling positive. The women were able to connect and know that they're not alone. Causes and symptoms of the disease were discussed, and the women received pink breast cancer ribbons from Inglot Egypt as a reminder for the cause.
Through this workshop at Mall of Egypt, the women were able to learn more about the dangers of the disease. The makeup workshop acted as a space for women to connect, and a way to acknowledge that every woman counts. Inglot Egypt donated 20 percent of their sales on that day towards Baheya Foundation.
Inglot Egypt fully operates under Baraka Retail Group, along with several other attractive brands like Baraka and C&Co, New Balance, Beverly Hills Polo Club, Naturalizer, Athletes Co., Bvlgari, and Madar.
The content of this article is sponsored.