A whole host of our favourite YouTubers have joined forces with Alzheimer’s Research UK for a sparkly new campaign.
Shot by photographer Linda Blacker, the #glitterbrows campaign features 17 YouTubers showing off their glittery brows in order to support the fight against dementia. We’ve seen plenty of eyebrow trends over the past twelve months, but glitterbrows is a fun trend with a heart, as it raises awareness and money for dementia research.
The YouTubers in the campaign are: Mark Ferris, The Mandeville sisters, Jadye Pierce, Just Jodes, Terroll Lewis, Riyadh Khalaf, Lucy Moon, Jourdan Riane, Jana Vlogs, Emma Blackery, Doug Armstrong, Cherry Wallis, Bethan Leadley, Sam Saffold and Niki & Sammy. Check out the campaign pictures in all their glittery glory below.
Some of the biggest stars on YouTube have joined forces to fight dementia by supporting our glittery new campaign. Find out how you can get involved here ? https://t.co/frqc5UOpZ4 #glitterbrows pic.twitter.com/RxEzD1R22o
— AlzheimersResearchUK (@ARUKnews) December 2, 2017
If you want to get involved and help raise money and awareness for Alzheimer’s Research UK, then head to the official glitterbrows website.
There’s also a chance to win an awesome YouTuber prize package, just by taking a selfie of yourself with your #glitterbrows. If you fancy winning a framed montage of all the glittered YouTubers signed by Linda, a t-shirt signed by all the stars and a rolled poster print of your favourite YouTuber, here’s what you need to do:
- Get your glitterbrows on – you can buy a kit here.
- Share your selfie on social media using #glitterbrows – you must tag Linda Blacker @lindablacker plus Alzheimer’s Research UK (@ARUKnews on Twitter or @alzheimersresearchuk on Instagram).
- While you’re at it, why not use your glitterbrows to fundraise for life-changing dementia research? Find some great fundraising tips here.
The competition will be judged by Linda Blacker, and you must be at least 16 years old to enter.
What are you waiting for? Get glittering today and help raise awareness and funds for vital research into dementia.