We're all familiar with the pink ribbon, which symbolizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Wearing the pink ribbon and the color pink in general this month helps us to express solidarity and offer moral support to our sisters and friends with breast cancer.
As "the color of love," pink reminds us to practice some self-love. So go ahead and wear it. And -- need it be said? -- do all of the usual things that our medical professionals remind us to: Get a mammogram, clean up your diet, get some exercise. Do what you can to keep yourself "in the pink."
Here are some ways keep yourself fashionably "in the pink":
Choose your best pink:
There are many shades of pink, from the palest pink to deep raspberry. Depending on your hair, eye, and skin tone, the pink that makes you look beautiful will differ from your friend's best pink. For instance: you might be a redhead with green eyes and freckles, so you can wear a pink with coral undertones. But your pale, dark haired, blue eyed friend will look prettier in a clear pink with blue undertones. Try one of the "what season are you" quizzes to find out your best tone.
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