Napoleon Perdis Make Me Over Day

This Friday, February 18, 2011, Napoleon Perdis stores nationally will host ‘Make Me Over Day’, a special in-store event to raise awareness and funds for Ovarian Cancer Australia.

In 2008, Napoleon Perdis kindly donated the net proceeds from the sale of its DeVine Goddess Lipstick in Hera to the charity. Since February 2010, it has contributed the net proceeds of every Auto Pilot Lip Service sold at a Napoleon Perdis concept store.

Every year in Australia around 1500 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer and more than 850 will die of the disease. Ovarian Cancer has always been considered a silent killer.

Approximately 75 percent of women diagnosed with ovarian cancer will be at an advanced stage, where the cancer has spread and is very difficult to treat successfully. When ovarian cancer is diagnosed at an early stage, the outlook is exceedingly good, with as many as 90 percent of patients being cured. Unfortunately, only about 25 percent of diagnosis is at an early stage.

The Auto Pilot collection at Napoleon Perdis is emblazoned with the image of Amelia Earhart, the pioneering aviatrix who conquered the skies and inspired generations of women. Ovarian Cancer Australia takes Earhart’s empowering message a step further, by supporting ovarian cancer patients through their journey and raising the profile, education and community awareness of ovarian cancer.

The Napoleon Perdis store staff will rally again behind the cause to top last year’s bookings of 832 makeovers. For one day only, customers can book in for a full makeover and pay only half the price ($40) with $20 donated towards the charity.

If you're interested in having a makeover, please call 1300 MAKEUP, or go here.
Or, if you're feeling generous, please visit Ovarian Cancer Australia to donate.

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