Pink isn’t just for girly girls anymore it’s the color of hope, perseverance, and survival. Breast cancer awareness initiatives have adopted the color pink as their message of support for all those affected by breast cancer, and their commitment to continually searching for a cure. With an estimated 1 in 8 women being affected by breast cancer in their lifetime, it’s only fitting that more brands, including PIP Safety Glasses For Women, are going pink and donating a portion of their sales to the American Cancer Society, like PIP Eyewear is, or other breast cancer awareness organizations.

Safety glasses have dramatically evolved over the years, particularly in introducing Safety Glasses For Women. Gone are the days when women were forced to choose from the more masculine styling of men’s safety glasses and had to endure loose, potentially unsafe fits as a result. Safety glasses for women feature smaller, narrower frames to match the gentle contours of a female’s face structure. Plus, why wear dark blues and greens that all the guys are wearing when you can help support the American Cancer Society, express your individual style, and keep those bewitching eyes safe by wearing PIP Eva Glasses? This style has clear, sleek frames, with soft pink trim at the temple and a chic pink breast cancer awareness ribbon on the left temple of the glasses.

Go pink with PIP safety glasses for women, and help continually support breast cancer awareness by taking just a bit of your time to:

  • Buy pink. Keep an eye out “pink” themed varieties of your favorite brands and products, from yogurt packages to bike helmets, and be sure to check to see that a portion of the proceeds does benefit a breast cancer awareness organization.
  • Volunteer. Take five minutes to go online and research breast cancer awareness organizations, and check to see what kind of volunteering assistance they need. Frequent volunteer help includes distributing event flyers and posters and manning registration booths at breast cancer awareness events.
  • Donate. Eat lunch in one day each week, and donate the $10 you would have spent to a breast cancer awareness organization. Every little bit counts.
  • Get Fit. Take the time to keep your own body and mind healthy, and support breast cancer by running or walking in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure events held typically in September or October throughout the U.S.

We’re proud to be part of the breast cancer awareness initiative here at and are strong advocates for the research to one day finding a cure. Show your support by thinking pink, and your strong personality and unparalleled style by wearing safety glasses for women.