Elizabeth Arden March On Lipstick - By Megan Kelly

#TogetherWeMarchOn with Elizabeth Arden

Elizabeth Arden has launched the March On campaign, featuring a limited edition lipstick, in the brand’s signature Red Door Red shade and signed by Reese Witherspoon, which will be sold globally with 100% of the proceeds donated to UN Women. 

I know that I have already shared the news on my social platforms but I figured that it couldn’t hurt sharing the news here, on my blog too! Afterall, it is a special and worthy cause that I believe we should all get behind.

 

Elizabeth Arden famously provided red lipsticks to the suffragettes marching on Fifth Avenue in 1912? At the time, wearing red lipstick was not socially acceptable thus it became a symbol of the women’s movement and has remained an icon of female power.  As the women’s movement remains in force over 100 years later (and stronger than ever, might I add!) Elizabeth Arden continues its legacy of advocating for women and honouring their ability to be forces of change in the world, with the introduction of the March On campaign.

 

The program, in partnership with the brand’s Storyteller-in-Chief and female advocate Reese Witherspoon, is designed to celebrate women’s achievements, encourage women to support other women and includes a pledge to donate $1 million to UN Women in support of their work to advance women’s issues worldwide.  The limited edition March On red lipstick serves as a powerful symbol of unity and advocacy and invites women around the world, to signal their support for one another.

 

Show your support by wearing red or by gifting this limited edition lipstick to a woman who inspires you! You can get your own Elizabeth Arden March On Lipstick in Red Door Red for R295.00 in department stores. 

 

I am Megan Kelly, the creator behind By Megan Kelly, mom of two boys, named Axl and Eli, and local business owner providing digital marketing solutions. I live on copious amounts of coffee, can be bribed with chocolate and will never admit to having too much makeup – although, I probably do.

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