There are no words to describe how terrible the situation in Japan is, and just like with Haiti the world needs to come together to help rebuild a nation. Thankfully, in today’s world there are a million different outlets that make helping out that much easier. Using fashion and beauty were great ways to get people involved in the Haiti relief, and I suspect the same will be said for the efforts in Japan.
Here are just a few ways to help out!
Tory Burch has a limited edition, Japan relief t-shirt for $29. All the proceeds go directly to the Red Cross and will be available until September. If you’re a member of Rue La La they’ll have the t-shirt in a boutique for the next 4 days. I preordered mine a few days ago, and now they are officially on sale!
Boscia, a leading Japanese beauty brand, is donating 10% of sales when buyers purchase their cult-fave blotting linens. I’ve used these blotting linens before, and I def recommend them. There are a bunch of different scents to choose from, I’ve only tried the vanilla. I think I’m going to order the green tea and lavender ones next!
Chella, which is best known for brow maintenance, is also donating 10% of their sales to the Red Cross. While I’ve never personally purchased any of their products, I intend on buying the Brow Full-Fillment Conditioning Treatment. It’s a little pricey, but you get free shipping and samples with purchases over $50.
Any donations you can make to the Red Cross, whether you buy something from a retailer or not, will help Japan get back on track to being fab country it is! These two brands are just a few of the top beauty retailers that come out of Japan, and they need their businesses supported to (think, employees and their displacement, etc.)!!