The training will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with lunch and light snacks provided. Look Good…Feel Better provides tips to women who are undergoing cancer treatment to help them improve their appearance. The program is a partnership of the American Cancer Society, the Personal Care Products Council Foundation and the National Cosmetology Association. Look Good…Feel Better helps women with a wide range of appearance issues, from tips on applying makeup to choosing a flattering wig to wearing attractive scarves and head wraps.
“Look Good…Feel Better provides women who are going through cancer an opportunity to improve their appearance and boost their self confidence,” says Amanda Torfi, a mission delivery manager for the American Cancer Society. “And cosmetologists who complete Look Good…Feel Better training play an important role in the healing process for women cancer patients. We invite licensed cosmetologists in the area to sign up for the training on July 23 and help provide this much-needed service.”
Look Good…Feel Better programs are held in Bartow, Floyd, Cobb, Paulding, Cherokee, Pickens and Gordon counties. To register for the training, please RSVP by Wednesday, July 18 to Amanda Torfi at email@example.com or call (770) 429-0089.
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