Support The Most Diagnosed Cancer in Latinas

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Latinas. Even though Latinas have lower breast cancer rates than white women, they are more likely to be diagnosed at a later stage, when the cancer is harder to treat.

As a reminder starting at age 40, women should have mammograms every 1-2 years. However, women at any age can request a mammogram based on family history and if you find any unusual bumps during self-examination.


In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month I wanted to share some awesome products that are helping to raise funds and awareness.

– is supporting Avon Foundation Breast Cancer Crusade

– Jergens & Bioré is supporting Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure®

– Smashbox Cosmetics’s limited-edition shade of ‘Be Legendary‘ Lip Gloss and Clinique Pink With A Purpose Long Last Lipstick ‘Power With Pink‘ is supporting The Breast Cancer Research Foundation

– Essie 2014 Breast Cancer Awareness Collection is supporting City of Hope


Fashionista: Check out Moschino’s “Think Pink” Barbie Collection

What girl doesn’t love Barbie? She is stylish, ageless and always trendy. Moschino’s Jeremy Scott debuted his “Think Pink” Barbie collection in Milan on Thursday, Sept. 18.

Models looked like real life Barbie dolls straight out of the box. From Business Woman Barbie, Roller Skating Barbie (yes she rolled down the runway), Work Out Barbie carrying hand weights, Cowgirl Barbie, Boarding a Plane Barbie with matching carry-on luggage and the list goes on. Take a look at some of the looks.












Let us know in the comment section would you wear any of these pieces in real life?