Michigan Hospital Offers Makeovers for Cancer Patients – The Good News [VIDEO]
"So many people feel really down at this time, and it's just a real positive experience for them."
Female cancer patients at St. Mary's Hospital in Saginaw now have the support that they need...for their looks.
Look Good Feel Better is a program run by volunteer cosmetologists, who offer their services and teach women how to do their make-up, even how to draw on eyebrows. Each participant also takes home a make-up kit worth $300.
"The volunteers are the backbone of every American Cancer Society Program. Look Good Feel Better is no different. We look for volunteer cosmetologists, technicians, general volunteers or nail technicians to actually facilitate the sessions which are two hours long," Program Manager Denise Dunn told WNEM.
What a fantastic way to pamper these women when they're going through a difficult time! Hopefully this program comes to Flint-area hospitals soon.