Wayne parents, teachers 'Blink Pink' for breast cancer awareness

Teachers and parents in Wayne are doing something a little different to support breast cancer awareness.Teacher and make-up artist Cristina Pignataro is participating in the

WAYNE - Teachers and parents in Wayne are doing something a little different to support breast cancer awareness.

Teacher and make-up artist Cristina Pignataro is participating in the program "I Blink Pink." Pignataro applies temporary pink eyelash extensions for $25. Proceeds go to the Susan G. Komen For The Cure Fund.

"I just wanted to be able to give something back to help with the research so that other people will be able to not go through what I went through," said teacher and cancer survivor Eileen Sweeney who got the eyelash extensions.

I Blink Pink

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