Thousands of people are diagnosed with cancer every year and thousands more are affected by it indirectly. It is a devastating disease. Boutique Cosmetics seeks out opportunities to reach out to women all over the world who have experienced this horrible disease. We know how important it is for women to feel beautiful especially during such a devastating experience.

Our Temptations 3D Fiber Lash mascara set is perfect for those who have just finished chemo and radiation treatments and who are in the hair re-growth phase. This is very important. The eyelashes must be growing back. The mascara needs a bit of hair to attach to. Our mascara will help women feel more beautiful by making those tiny, short lashes look and appear to be much longer and up to 300% more full. Each month we will Pay if Forward! by choose a few women who have been diagnosed with cancer and are in the hair re-growth stage. We will send them cosmetic products from Boutique Cosmetics. In addition to our Pay it Forward! program, we will also be donating a portion of all of our profits to several different charities and organizations throughout the year. We would love to have your input! If you know of an awesome charity or non-profit organization who could use some help please let us know! And if you would like to nominate somebody to receive our products free please let us know.
We believe that every woman should feel beautiful inside and out! Together we can help accomplish this!

Pay it Forward! If you would like to contribute to this program and help cancer survivors by making a donation just follow the link. Your donations will go to If you have a particular woman in mind to receive your donations please indicate a name.

Boutique Cosmetics will be donating $1.00 for EACH set of mascara sold to Natty’s Wish. We are so excited to be able to contribute to such a great cause!

Natalie Jolley is the fifth of six children in her family. She loved everything about life. She was an avid tumbler and loved cheerleading. When Natalie was 19 years old, she was diagnosed with Ewings Sarcoma, a rare form of Juvenile bone cancer. In the three difficult years that followed, she looked for ways to lift others who were facing hardships even though she was very sick at the time. Because of an amazing gift, given to

Natalie and her family, of a once in a lifetime trip to Italy, she yearned to pay it forward and create a non-profit organization that would send families of young adults, diagnosed with cancer between the ages of 18 and 25, on trips with their immediate families to help them have a much needed break from chemo, radiation, blood and platelet transfusions and all the stress that cancer brings.

After Natalie died, her dream of a Non-profit organization called Natty’s Wish was born. It is our intent to help Natalie’s dream come true and send young adult cancer victims somewhere fun with those they love to create memories that will carry their loved ones through the hard times that may lie in the days and years ahead.