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Tuesday, 4 March 2014

Emily Parker, 21, became a weblog success by sharing beauty tips while fighting cancer and losing her hair

 
Hello Guys!

I just want you to know that your beauty comes from deep within you, and nobody, I repeat nobody can ever take that away from you. Let this story of Emily Parker, remind you that it’s what on the inside that counts. Show the world your beautiful self by helping other while going through your own battle in life.
 
No matter what you are going through in life, I just want to remind you that the world is a wonderful place created by God and you should be happy that you are part of it. Please remember you are allowed to fee joy and share your happy moment against all odd.
Story - Emily Parker had just completed her second year at Aberystwyth University in Wales when she was diagnosed with acute promyelocytic leukaemia last June.

She spent five months in and out of hospital undergoing four chemotherapy sessions to counter the killer disease.
Emily, who is now in remission, always feels run down and tired than usual just before she was diagnosed.
Despite undergoing months of chemotherapy, 21-year-old Emily Parker was determined to write about her experiences and inspire other cancer sufferers to 'bring normality back' by looking good.
Emily illustrated the site with photographs of her own hair falling out and her various experiments with make-up and wigs to hide the ravages of the disease.
Below are the pictures of Emily and read more about Emily @http://emilyevaalice.blogspot.co.uk/
Inspiration: Despite undergoing months of chemotherapy she was determined to write about her experiences and inspire other cancer sufferersDocumenting her journey: Emily lost her hair and was left a shell of her former self as she fought leukaemia but used a beauty blog to help her on her journey
 
Documenting her journey: Emily lost her hair and was left a shell of her former self as she fought leukaemia but used a beauty blog to help her on her journey and inspire others in her position.

Collect picture of Emily before her cancerEmily during her hair loss following her chemo sessions
 
After her blog was visited by almost 5,000 viewers, Emily decided to take a make-up course in Brighton and is considering a career in theatrical make-up.
She's also planning to complete the third year of her degree but will have to return to hospital for tests every three months for the next three years until she's out of remission.
Acute promyelocytic leukaemia is one of the most treatable forms of the disease with a 12-year progression-free survival rate estimated at around 70 percent.
Symptoms include anaemia, fatigue, weakness, dyspnea (shortness of breath), fever and a susceptibility to bleeding and bruising.

Tried and tested: The fine art student has around 4,500 followers, with other cancer sufferers logging on to read her hair and make-up tipsEmily, pictured during her hair loss, trials lots of products and reviews them
Emily is who is a fine art student is helping other cancer sufferers to logging on to her blog for hair and make-up tips.
 
Before and after: Emily documented the most upsetting aspect of her cancer battle - having to shave off what was left of her long brown hair and rounded up her hero products

Tips: Emily loves her Trendco wig and shares her advice with followers
The above products is one of Emily tips, she loves her Trendco wig and shares her advice with followers

Favourites: She began by giving tips on the best nail varnish for weak nails, recommending moisturisers for dry skin and the most comfy bras to wear in hospital bedsEmily can be seen on her blog testing out different colour lipsticks and nail varnishes


Emily I wish you a speedy recovery. xxx


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