These hairstyling products are raising money throughout Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Bumble and Bumble Spray de Mode Hairspray, The 2013 Breast Cancer Awareness Wet Brush, and Cricket Hot PINK! Centrix Q-Zone Dryer.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Haircare For A Cure

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women. To help put an end to this scary stat, check out these limited edition versions of amazing hairstyling products only available throughout Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Each product helps raise funds for lifesaving treatments, research and patient care. Good hair day, good deed, good job!

Bumble and Bumble Spray de Mode Hairspray, $27. This is a must-have flexible hairspray that provides medium hold and is easy to brush through—I see it used on photo shoots all the time. Bumble and Bumble will donate $5 from each sale to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

The 2013 Breast Cancer Awareness Wet Brush, $14. If your hair (or your daughter’s hair!) gets tangled all the time, you have to try the Wet Brush. It has these great flexible bristles that gently smooth out knots without tearing your hair—or inducing screams from your kid. 25% of  the total profits from this limited edition version will go towards Breast Cancer research.

Cricket Hot PINK! Centrix Q-Zone Dryer, $149. Do you ever need to blowdry your hair when the kids are sleeping, which induces panic that your Boeing 747 hairdryer will wake them up? Then this dryer should be your new best friend. It has an Insanely Quiet technology that keeps the noise down to a hum, without sacrificing any power. A portion of the proceeds from this limited-edition design will be donated to breast cancer research through The City of Hope cancer research hospital.

Check out more beauty products that are raising funds to find a cure this Breast Cancer Awareness Month: 
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Fragrances For A Cure
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Makeup For A Cure 
3 Great Glow Getters That Raise Breast Cancer Awareness


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