Monday, 19 March 2012

Shavata Creates Exclusive Products For Fashion Targets Breast Cancer.

Received this email this morning and thought you would all be interested. Will you be helping a good cause and getting yourself some pro tweezers?
Brow Guru Shavata Singh has teamed up with Fashion Targets Breast Cancer (FTBC) to create a range of exclusive tweezers and matching compact set to raise money to help fight breast cancer.

The range includes a pair of Shavata’s FTBC slanted tweezers in stylish black or white (£9.95), as well as a stainless steel mirrored compact (£12.95), all of which include the iconic Fashion Targets Breast Cancer logo.

The limited edition products launch at all Shavata Brow Studios from 1st May, but are available to pre-order online, from 1st April (for delivery 1st May), for one month only. Each product carries a 30% donation to Fashion Targets Breast Cancer, so you can rest assured that your brows look perfect on the go and knowing you’ve helped support a truly outstanding cause, close to our hearts.

Breast Cancer statistics are chilling:
1 in 8 women will be diagnosed at some point in their lives
48,000 women and 300 men are diagnosed every year
1000 women die each month from the disease

Fashion Targets Breast Cancer is the flagship fashion campaign of Breakthrough Breast Cancer, a pioneering charity dedicated to changing these figures by improving and saving lives through finding the causes of breast cancer, enabling early detection, ensuring precise diagnosis and discovering new and better treatments. So far, Fashion Targets Breast Cancer has raised over £12 million for Breakthrough Breast Cancer's life-saving work."

The Shavata Fashion Targets Breast Cancer
range is available in Shavata Brow Studios in Harrods, Harvey Nichols, House of Fraser and Debenhams stores nationwide and online at


  1. Hello my lovely!! Omg wow thanks so much!! I'm so excited and grateful! My email address is There should be a link in my profile somewhere too. Hope that helps. X x

  2. thanks for the post!! its really great when they do such things for charity!!