Not only is the new Sephora Collection Lipstories Lipstick in Shade #22 the perfect perk-me-up red, but it also allows you to help women from low-income families in Singapore
With the simple purchase of the Sephora Collection Lipstories Lipstick in Shade #22 ($13), you’ll be contributing to Daughters Of Tomorrow’s cause, helping to facilitate livelihood opportunities for underprivileged women, and support them in building financially independent and resilient families. All proceeds from the sale of this lipstick will go directly to DOT.
According to MSF Comcare statistics and DOT’s estimation from over 60 social service centres’ capacities, more than 25,000 women from low-income families in Singapore are struggling to find and sustain a living. DOT enables these underprivileged women to improve their confidence, skills, and access to jobs that are right for them despite their social, cultural and family conditions. The goal is to reduce the number of families living in poverty in Singapore and enable economic progress of low-income families by helping women become financially self- reliant and provide a more conducive environment for their children. Together we can help build a socially integrative employment culture in Singapore – with just one lipstick!
The Lipstories range includes cream, matte and metallic finish lip colours with a variety of printed packaging. The Sephora x Daughters of Tomorrow collab features the Lipstories Lipstick in shade #22 A Little Magic, a matte red lipstick that will leave you feeling super sexy from day to night – on top of contributing to a great cause and being environmentally-friendly!
All lipsticks in the Lipstories range are encased in eco-responsible packaging that uses less plastic and more paper, and features plant-derived inks, a rotating mechanism that doesn’t use glue or silicone, recycled materials, and 0% metal for a three-fold decrease of its global carbon footprint. What you get is a greener, more glamorous lipstick!
So are you ready to give back while rocking a red lip, mama?
You can also donate directly to Daughters of Tomorrow to benefit women aged 20 to 60 from low-income families. Contribute as little as $50 to provide transport and phone top-ups, or as much as $1,000 or more to provide a mama with access to DOT’s Confidence Curriculum, befriending services and 6 months of employment-bridging support.
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