Since 2019, Blink Brow Bar has been committed to supporting Future Dreams, a Breast Cancer Charity providing practical, emotional and psychological support, as well as funding vital research for those diagnosed with breast cancer.


Every month, Blink Brow Bar hosts brow workshops at the Future Dreams House - the only dedicated breast cancer support centre in the UK and the hub for all in-person and online support services. During these workshops, Blink Brow Bar offer useful advice and tutorials to support the community through all stages of hair loss due to chemotherapy. To date, Blink Brow Bar have supported over fifty women one-to-one, and raised upwards of £5000 in donations to fund vital research into secondary breast cancer.


Our monthly workshops

To further support our campaign, Blink Brow Bar are thrilled to introduce the new BBB London Eyebrow Stencils, and pledge to donate 50% (£5) from every pack sold to Future Dreams.
Taj Giles, Managing Director at Blink Brow Bar, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2019. Due to chemotherapy, she lost most of her hair and eyebrows. Taj explains,

“I continued to work and quickly found a solution for my hair, but I hadn’t thought about my eyebrows. Fortunately, I’m in the right business and found using a stencil helped to create a brow when I had nothing to work with. We developed the new BBB London Eyebrow Stencils to be self-adhesive, reusable and act as an invaluable guide, helping you to map out the fundamentals including position and thickness, with ease.”

Sam Jacobs, Future Dreams Trustee, states,

“We are extremely proud and grateful to be working with Blink Brow Bar to generate awareness and much-needed funds. The Eyebrow Stencils are a useful tool, and one which can really make a huge difference to someone’s confidence. It’s also a key reminder to be vigilant about checking your breasts."

The BBBLondon Eyebrow Stencils are available in stores and at RRP £10 for 10 pairs, with £5 donated to Future Dreams.



About Future Dreams

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Future Dreams was born in 2008 by mother and daughter, Sylvie Henry and Danielle Leslie, when both were diagnosed with breast cancer. Tragically, both women lost their lives within 18 months of each other and it was their dream to make sure that nobody should ever have to face this illness on their own. To date, Future Dreams has raised over £6.3m pledging funds towards support, awareness and research focusing on secondary breast cancer.