For most, makeup is a hobby and a choice. When living with vitiligo, it can instead feel like a necessary burden.
Help us support our community by participating in our #BeautifulBothWaysCampaign to raise awareness!
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
1.) Your first name and last initial
2.) A picture of yourself without makeup applied
3.) A picture of yourself with makeup applied
4.) Your story and/or message for those in need of encouragement
Our next SpeakEasy will be held on April 13, 2019 at the Maggy's Lounge.
This event serves as a platform for conversations about societal norms and stigmas.
Our panel-style discussion will be accompanied by live painting and auction by artist Isak Ferreira
Click here to see a quick recap
of our 1st SpeakEasy brought to you by
Vitiligo is an autoimmune disorder that manifests in the progressive destruction of the skin’s pigment-producing cells. This results in white patches on the skin and in some cases white hair. Currently, there is no cure for vitiligo.
1% of the world's population has been diagnosed with vitiligo. That's over 75 million people! We strive to educate, raise awareness and offer support.
If you have a medical concern, you should consult with your primary care professional.