BEAUTICIANS at a Worcester department store are donating money from make-up sold during February to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.
Clinique have rolled out their Kiss It Better campaign for 2014 by creating a limited edition nail enamel for sensitive skins in the shade Kiss It Better which will see half of the price given to the charity.
Supported by House of Fraser in Worcester, the beauty section in the Chapel Walk store will also be donating £2 from each lipstick and lipgloss sold throughout February as well as selling raffle tickets.
Alison Duncan, from the store, said: "This is a truly worthwhile cause and an excellent opportunity for the people of Worcester to be part of raising money and be in with a chance of winning one of these fabulous prizes."
Raffles prizes include a three-course dinner for two with wine at Carluccios, a five-day pass for a family at David Lloyd Leisure, a cut and blow dry and consultation from Wicked Hair, family portraits, chocolates, and a facial and makeover.
For more information about the cause, or to purchase raffle tickets, visit the staff in store until the end of February.