Survivor Eyes

sebrHello all, it feels like its been ages since I’ve blogged! Even though I just posted my weekly blog last week. I hope you are all doing well. The weather is finally cooling down here in Virginia, and I couldn’t be more excited for hoodies and boots!

I recently had the opportunity to try a great product called SurvivorEyes (website here). SurvivorEyes was introduced at the most recent Cosmoprof Beauty Show in Las Vegas where it created lots of excitement.


This product is to encourage and empower its sepackusers. Alopecia and cancer causes hair loss in many people and those people worry about how that will make them look and that insecurity can create self esteem issues. I think that sometimes everyone just wants to feel good about themselves. SurvivorEyes is a product that can do just that. The product was actually created by a cancer survivor, Lisa, which adds to the sincerity of this product. As a cancer survivor, I think it is wonderful what she has done. Giving empowerment to someone is one of the best things we can give a person no matter the situation.

The kits come with two shades and a setting wax, brushes, and stencils. There are three shades to ensure that you pick a kit to match the tone you want. There are various stencils to match the shape to your face. For those who like to use their own products you can just purchase the stencils and brush. The brush, by the way is wonderful. It is super soft and blend product really well and the stencils each have a positive word scrawled across it. sewor

SurvivorEyes really is such a great product. What makes it even better is that a percentage of the profit goes toward causes important to the customers. Not only is this a great product for someone who needs a little encouragement, but it gives back to others.

The products will soon be available to patients at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Zion, IL. As well as the “Marketplace” sponsored by the National Alopecia Areata Foundation.


Used ABH dipbrow with the SurvivorEyes brush and stencils.

There is also a “Brows for Bros” in the works for men. So keep an eye out for that and spread the word.


If you have any questions about the product that I did not mention, feel free to drop your questions below.

Note: If you are in the Vegas area, this Sunday SurvivorEyes will be taken to the INPEX Entrepreneur/ Inventor competition!

I will talk to you all soon, and I hope you all check out this product and its purpose. Also a special thank you to Lisa for letting me try this product and sharing it with me. It takes a wonderful person to do wonderful things.




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