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Get beat for cancer

Published:Friday | October 27, 2017 | 12:00 AMLatara Boodie

There are many biological changes that are observed during chemotherapy for breast cancer. Changes in the skin and hair loss are the most evident signs of treatment among most cancer patients. The skin itself becomes dry and flaky, and discolouration may occur. However, dealing with laborious woes that come from treatment for breast cancer does not have to be a dreary experience. Show the world you can still get All Dolled Up with Sushana Cole.

Sushana Cole has dedicated her life to using her creative skills to enhance the beauty of women across the nation. "I started doing this over six years ago, when I began selling make-up," said Cole.

Overtime, she became an expert make-up artist and attained certification from Face Place in 2011 and D'Marie Institute Limited in 2014. Cole has even established her own make-up line after years of exposure to different types of make-up such as theatre and special-effects make-up. "Persons who have been through chemotherapy would have very sensitive skin. They would need a water-based or silicone foundation," said Cole as she explained the different types of skin and foundations.

Cole, along with her assistant Rajeev Williams, believe treatment for breast cancer should not be allowed to take away the outer beauty of an individual. Her company, All Dolled Up Cosmetics, is in full support of those who are going through this gruelling process. Make an appointment for a complete transformation and receive consultation on how to cope with the skin changes that come with chemotherapy. Get beat for cancer with All Dolled Up Cosmetics.

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