Color Me Pink is a private place to shop for the hard to fit or full figure woman, nursing bras, breast pumps, mastectomy bras, breast forms, mastectomy swimwear… everything specially designed for women who would like to be fitted in a personal setting. You may meet someone picking up a breast pump for their newborn or meet someone just diagnosed with cancer. Women stop by looking for a good fitting bra or undergarment. Ladies converse when trying on a wig whether its for thinning hair, going on a cruise or for medical reasons. We also have a donor closet for women who are going through treatment or they may pick up a casserole for dinner to help them through their situation.
Judy Mason, owner and manager,of Color Me Pink an Accredited Facilty, is certified to fit mastectomy products. You’ll get the right fit the first time, and you’ll notice the difference it makes to shop at a store designed with your comfort in mind. Insurance is filed for the client. Medicare pays for up to 6 bras a year and prostheses every two years.
We offer a selection of upscale headwear designs mostly geared toward individuals experiencing hair loss from chemotherapy, alopecia, heredity, and neuro-surgery. Choose from stylish, comfortable wigs from Raquel Welch, Gabor, Henry Margu and others. Hats, turbans, sleep caps, scarves and more............
Some of the full-figured brands we carry are Elila, Goddess, Elomi, Freya, Fantasie, Wacoal, Anita, LeMystere, Natori, Fitfully Yours.
Some of the nursing brands we carry are Bravado!, Anita, and Goddess.
We now carry Ameda and Medela breast pumps and accessories.
Weekly Happenings at Color Me Pink
Cancer Serenity Garden now is completed and a water feature has been added. Bricks can be purchased for a one time fee of $50.00 and three lines are available to engrave the brick. The garden is located next to the Post Office Building on Russell Parkway in Warner Robins.
We received a generous donation to go towards the casseroles that we give out to clients going through treatment. A special thanks to Frank Stepongzi for his donation.
The "Sisterhood Support" group meets the third Thursday of each month at 11:30 a.m. at Color Me Pink. We eat lunch together and either have a program or share with one another.
The "Bosom Buddies" group meets the third Monday at Color Me Pink at 7:00 p.m.
A new group which will be called "Beauty, Joy and Faith" will start in February on the first Thursday of each month. Will be a great place to connect with newly diagnosed clients.