Avon Celebrate’s Women With An Impact

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Avon Celebrate’s Women With An Impact


Avon’s  nationwide launch of  Ultra Color Rich Mega Impact Lipstick is also a celebration of  women, who aside from being beautiful, all possess  a creativity, passion and dedication to social causes which make a significant impact on the lives of others.

Avon Ultra Color Rich Mega Impact Lipstick (omnibus)

On top of the list is Reese Witherspoon,  Hollywood  A-lister  and  Mom.  She is  also  Avon’s  Global Ambassador and honorary  chairwoman  of  the Avon Foundation since 2007.

Reese Witherspoon
“As a woman and a mother I  care  deeply  about  the  well being of other women and children throughout  the  world  and  through  the  years,  I have always looked for opportunities to make a difference”, Reese shared.

Avon also recognizes the efforts of these Tippi Ocampo, Stephanie Zubiri and Stephanie Kienle are making an impact in their own ways.

Tippi Ocampo
Tippi Ocampo creates clothes not just because its her job but its her way to share her appreciation of Philippine culture with the younger generation.  More  importantly,  designing allows her to help ICanServe,  a  group  that  seeks  to  assist  breast  cancer sufferers and survivors.

Stephanie Zubiri
Stephanie Zubiri is not just a chef and a model she advocate sternly about global warming as proven by her internship at  United Nation’s environment program.  She also support proper nutrition among Filipinos and hopes to someday launch a project aimed at educating poor Filipino families on how proper nutrition can be achieved without having to spend more on food.

Stephanie Kienle
Stephanie Kienle is a member of Virlanie Foundation, a foundation that provides food, shelter and clothing to street children.  The group also gives the children a chance to get an education and reunite with their families.

Avon takes pride in celebrating these four women with beautiful faces made more defined and more unforgettable by their beautiful hearts.

Just like the  Avon Ultra Color Rich Mega Impact Lipstick, reds are more dramatic, pinks have more oomph, browns are richer and plums pop right out!  The lipstick that  “gives lips high-definition color for  mega impact impressions,” said Mari Ann Soliven, Avon Southeast Asia Cluster Category Manager for Color.

WIN an Avon loot bag  loaded with Ultra Rich Mega Impact Lipsticks!

How about you?  How are you making an impact on the lives of the people around you (family, friends, office, community, etc.)  Was there any advice you’ve given a friend, relative, officemate that made an impact in their lives?  Do you have an advocacy that you sternly support and actively participate?

Share these mega impact moments, achievements or advocacy  on the comment section below and win an Avon lootbag with Avon’s Ultra Rich Mega Impact Lipstick (click to see how awesome the shades are!). I’ll be raffling winners via random.org.  It will be a raffle to be fair. (Last day to comment September 26,2010)
Avon Ultra Rich Color Lipstick
Contest is open for Philippine residents only or if your not in the Philippines make sure you have an authorized representative to claim your prize from an Avon office near you.

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38 thoughts on “Avon Celebrate’s Women With An Impact

  1. I’m a preschool teacher and I’d like to think that I’m making a positive impact on the lives of the children I teach. I try to set a good example for them to follow knowing that values are ingrained at a young age. It’s really hard work, but I’m happy whenever my kids learn something new and I could see that they’re enjoying it.

  2. As a student and a teen, I thought that there was no way I can make or do something to change the world. So idealistic but so limited in means and resources. But yes, I can make a difference. In school, I try to do the best that I can. Being in the honor roll is making a difference and showing to my parents that I can also work hard. At home, I help out in the chores. Yes, it is making a difference because it is our tradition to be taught how to help at home, and helping out is also a sign of respect to our parents. With friends, I try to help them out in school work when I am done with my own. It is a small gesture of selflessness and giving back. To nature, I try my small ways to recycle, throw in proper bins and not just anywhere and segregate. Little things each, but taken together, will snowball.

  3. I actually helped one of our office staff become friends with her ex-husband, so now he give her child support among other things whereas before she received no help from him whatsoever. 🙂

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