Health and beauty finalist Lolface is raising money to offer free SPMU to people who have suffered from hair loss through illness, or health treatments.
SPMU (Semi-permanent makeup) business based in Newcastle; Lolface has started raising money to offer free treatments for people who have lost hair due to cancer treatments and alopecia. Situated in Gateshead, Lolface offers SPMU and SPMU teaching courses, they are also a finalist for Health and Beauty Awards of the Year 2022 and have been recognised for their amazing semi-permanent makeup treatments for the last three years.
Cancer affects 1 in 2 people, and many of these people lose their hair due to the invasive treatments they go through. SPMU isn’t available on the NHS so Lauren the founder of Lolface wants to offer the treatments for free!
She is motivated to do this as these treatments give them confidence after going through so much trauma. Their goal is to raise £2300, which would pay for 10 people to get free micro-blading or tattoo eyebrows at LolFace. For every person that gets it paid for from the funding, she will offer another completely free so that will cover 20 people’s treatments!
Lolface was founded in 2018 by Lauren Moulding. Lauren worked as a Senior Diagnostic Radiographer for over 7 years within a large teaching hospital the NHS. She was working her way up in the hospital sector but longed to be doing something creative & that’s when she fell in love with semi-permanent makeup and started doing this on the side of her job in healthcare.
She left her healthcare role to pursue microblading full time but went back to healthcare during the pandemic and is still registered on the bank list to work within the healthcare sector. Her background and experience in the healthcare sector helps to build trust and credibility for her clients.
“I absolutely love helping people become their most confident self by supporting them to live their happiest life.” – Lauren the founder of Lolface
The crowdfunding project was started at the beginning of August 2021, and they have already raised over £150 towards their target.