Reflecting on the workshop, the whole experience was a big part of my journey and I am so very glad I attended. I left feeling as if it was all going to be ok.
While I was offered practical guidance about make-up and skin care, I found the advice on scarves and scarf styling invaluable.
It’s a great way to connect with people in a similar situation, in a safe environment.
I would recommend Look Good Feel Better to all women going through treatment. It is an activity that actually makes you feel better about yourself.
It was curiosity that took me to the Look Good Feel Better workshop. It was one thing having cancer, but I didn’t want to always look like I had cancer.
Look Good Feel Better is something nice and unexpected that helps lift your mood. It gave me a change of pace that I really needed in the middle of some very unpleasant times.
After attending the workshop, my daughters were particularly impressed that I could draw on eyebrows that looked better than my real ones!
I felt that taking a proactive approach would help me get all the information I needed to take control over my own appearance.
The workshop helps you deal with cancer in a positive way, by looking at fun things, like fashion and make-up, not just chemo and drugs.