The Lash Gallery Glam for Cancer Patients

Posted on Mar 30 2015 – 4:49pm by Chinwe Onuoha

Most women are not blessed with naturally long eyelashes, but perhaps wish they were. However, if you’ve ever visited The Lash Gallery, no one would ever know that you weren’t.

Rochelle Magno, founder and lead stylist of The Lash Gallery, provides “personalized beauty treatments in semi-permanent lash extensions,” since 2007. Magno is known for her innovative method that does not damage your natural eyelash follicle. Which might explain why she continues to reel in celebrity clients such as Angela Yee of Power 105.1, Evelyn Lozado of VH1’s Basketball Wives Miami, as well as Ramona Rizzo and Karen Gravano of VH1’s Mob Wives.

In addition to the diverse group of women that Magno and her team of experts work with, she also assists cancer patients and survivors, as well as customers with alopecia. Magno began working with cancer patients in 2013 after a woman, who lost her hair due to medical treatments, approached her with inquires of attaining eyelash extensions. Now, Magno is currently “developing a full package of signature eyelash beautification techniques for the brave women who are battling or have successfully battled cancer,” according to Bella NYC Magazine.

“Through working with cancer patients I realized how I could use my skill to change the lives of women who could use a break,” Magno said in her Bella NYC Magazinefeature story. “Their bodies go through so much with chemotherapy and if make up or eyelashes can make someone feel even 10 percent better about themselves, then that’s more than enough reasons to do it,” she continued.

Later this year Magno will be spearheading this new campaign on behalf of The Lash Gallery that is not limited to cancer patients, but available to all women. This exclusive package will carry a plethora of options, which includes a demo that will showcase how to apply makeup.

This is indeed an amazing endeavor that we will be sure to monitor as it progresses. For more information on The Lash Gallery, visit www.EyeLashGallery.com.

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