This month, you may have seen an influx of social media snaps of women in their favourite red lipsticks, followed by the hashtag #KissGoodbyeToMS.
That’s because May is MS Awareness Month – four weeks of fundraising and charity events to raise much-needed awareness (and funds) for people living with Multiple Sclerosis.
This year, Kiss Goodbye To MS has announced its new partnership with Pout Cosmetics and Australian award-winning make-up artist Becca Gilmartin, who have collectively launched the limited edition ‘Kiss Kiss’ lipstick.
A striking shade of red, it symbolises the strength and tenacity within every person who has been touched by MS.
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Kiss Kiss currently retails for $25 (total steal), with 100 per cent of sales going directly to Kiss Goodbye To MS.
So now you can achieve the perfect red pout while supporting vital research — and with Mother’s Day coming up this Sunday, why not grab one for mum as well?
Multiple Sclerosis is a disease that affects the central nervous system and the optic nerves. It can have a significant impact on speech, sight, and mobility, and comes with various symptoms and forms of severity.
Ok is anyone else freaking out that March is nearly over?! ???? T-minus 8 weeks until #KissGoodbyeToMS kicks off on May 1 ????????We are counting down the days ⏰⏰⏰Register to join our Campaign and raise funds to find a cure for #MS. What will you do?! Wear red ????????Host a girls night ???????????? A charity sporting match ⚽️ ⛹️♀️The options (and emojis) are endless!! #findacure #multiplesclerosis #msresearch #mswarrior #msfundraiser