Cancer survivors get pampered and then portraits

BURLINGTON — We know how many words pictures say, but for Teenya Gilliam, the pictures she took this September say three words loudly — bald, beautiful and strong.

In the middle of a bustling street, pedestrians caught glimpses of a hairless woman in purple lace, smiling and flaunting powerful poses for the camera.

Pamper and Portraits held its first event on Sept. 9 amid the Wood Street Fair, capturing moments of three women’s journeys during their fight against cancer.

Each woman experienced a day of free pampering — from hair, make up and nails to a personal stylist for the photo shoot …read more

Source: NJ.com Camden

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