Auraline Gives Cancer the Brush

By Jan Hillenmeyer | 08/29/2013 4:17:00 PM


Auraline Beauty, a manufacturer of professional private label cosmetics, has created a line of pink cosmetic brushes as part of an initiative to support the research and treatment efforts of the American Cancer Society.

Auraline will donate 10 percent of all sales of the seven-piece brush set to the American Cancer Society. The donations began in June and will continue through October 2013.

The give-back program was inspired by company Founder/President Debbie Chow whose future mother-in-law is a survivor of multiple myeloma, a bone marrow cancer.

The Auraline pink collection has the same quality and durability of the company’s Pro Black Series and includes blush, primer, shadow, crease, lip, liner and lash brow brushes. Visit

Debbie Chow, second from right, founder of Auraline Beauty, has created an initiative to support the American Cancer Society, inspired by her future mother-in-law, second from left.






ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Jan Hillenmeyer

Jan Hillenmeyer is the News Editor of Modern Salon magazine.


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