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Save the Ta-Tas - Pink Hair Project

I know that I’ve mentioned that my mother-in-law is a breast cancer survivor. I know how passionate she is about the fight to end cancer, because even as a very, very private person, she is very open about being a 6th year breast cancer survivor, she wears lots of pink and supports cancer research in a multitude of ways.

So, when I found out about Save the ta-tas Pink Hair Project, it seemed like a fun way to do my part to show my support – literally.

You can too! If you are on Facebook (and even if you are not), getting pink hair is a great way to SHOW that you support Breast Cancer Research by making a donation (from .99 cents to $100.00) to help fight cancer. It’s not really pink hair, but just a photo effect, so you can fully commit to the cause without committing to the hair color.

Simply go to Save the ta-tas, upload a picture of yourself, make a donation in the amount of your choice and, within 48 hours, they will send the picture back with you sporting pink hair. You will then have a new profile picture for Facebook or your other favorite social media channel.

Let’s see how many pink rinses we can get on Facebook and let’s save our ta-tas!


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