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.
Since attending the workshop, my family and friends have certainly noticed a change in me.
The workshop reinforced that having a confident attitude and appearance is one of the most positive things that I could do to get better.
When I tried on a wig with a full face of make-up and looked in the mirror, I felt like it was me looking back…
The workshop renewed my interest in putting on make-up and that made me feel better and more confident when I went out in public.
Realising the opportunity to look good really does make you feel better was just the best thing.
It was great to learn a few tricks during the workshop, especially how to pencil in my eyebrows properly given I had lost them!
The best thing about the Look Good Feel Better workshop was that it reignited my need for self-care, self-love and self-respect.
I would definitely recommend anyone with cancer to attend one of these workshops, men too!