The Beauty of Giving program was created in 2013 by Modern Beauty Supplies in honor of Byron Thompson, a beloved team member who passed away from ALS. Every two months, Modern Beauty Supplies carefully selects a charity and one of our biggest beauty brands to feature a top-selling product. For the two month period, all proceeds from the featured product are donated by Modern Beauty Supplies to the selected charity.
Our goal is simple and encompasses our tagline: beauty gives back. We want to spread the love and kindness of the beauty industry to our communities and those in need. Since 2013, Modern Beauty Supplies has raised over $490,000 and with your help, we can continue to inspire change, one bottle at a time.
Moroccanoil Texture Collection
A dry argan-oil infused texture spray for effortless, undone styles with long-lasting hold. Use Moroccanoil Dry Texture Spray as a finishing spray for styles with carefree, textured volume. Can also be used as a prep spray to provide foundational grip needed for no-slip braids and updos. A particle matrix of high-performance resins and zeolite form a bond between hairs for a texturized hold with a dry, gritty finish.
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The Pancreatic Cancer Canada Foundation (PCCF) is focused on fighting pancreatic cancer through raising funds for research, awareness, education and advocacy. PCCF’s goals are to improve overall patient survival rates and create a brighter future for those affected by pancreatic cancer.
Since its inception in 2006, PCCF has invested nearly $4 million in research at cancer centres across Canada; funding scientific projects in early detection, treatment and improving patient outcomes.
Each year, individuals whose lives have been affected by pancreatic cancer connect with us in an effort to raise awareness and much needed funding. Some participate in the signature events; others hold their own fundraisers, contributing thousands of dollars to support lifesaving research. Two of the leading experts in both treatment and research are on our Medical Advisory Panel (MAP) and work closely with the Pancreatic Cancer Canada Foundation.