Krystal Barter: Pink Hope Founder & CEO

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Krystal Barter is the founder and CEO of Pink Hope, Australia’s first breast and ovarian health community. Through Krystal’s passionate charity work and determination to spread the importance of early breast and ovarian cancer detection, Pink Hope has also partnered with Revlon to create Bright Pink Lipstick Day which is held on September 20th. This day has garnered such celebrity supporters as Emma Stone and Whitney Port who, along with thousands of other women, are proud to slap on their brightest pink lipstick to raise awareness for breast and ovarian cancer.

As supports of breast cancer awareness, ClearlyContacts.com.au was thrilled to chat with Krystal Barter to learn more about her charity and what inspires her day to day life. We were also excited to see Krystal modeling her favourite pink glasses from our Pink Glasses Initiative – for every pair of pink glasses purchased, we are donating $25 in support of breast cancer research.


The Inside Scoop


Name & Occupation…

Krystal Barter | Pink Hope Founder & CEO

If I could live in a different era, I’d choose the…

50’s, classic. Elizabeth Taylor, James Dean, Marilyn Monroe style.

I’m most proud of…

Creating my beautiful children and Pink Hope.

If I could raid anyone’s closet, I’d raid ____ and take ____…

Emma Stone’s closet and take her dresses. She combines classic with a modern twist and adds a bright lipstick, which I love.

My go-to accessory is…

Sunglasses. It’s my secret weapon, hides the bags and always compliments any outfit.

My favourite season for fashion is…

Spring. I am a big fan of pink and Spring seems like the perfect season to wear a gorgeous lace pink dress.

Glasses style I can’t get enough of…

I love Ray-ban’s but I also have a soft spot for gorgeous oversized statement glasses. They are like shoes, you can never have too many.

The book I couldn’t put down was…

The Twilight series, I am a teenager at heart.

A quote that has always stuck with me…

“Courage doesn’t always roar, sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says, I will try again tomorrow.”

Three things I must have in my workspace…

(1) My iPhone – I live and breathe my iPhone. Everything I need in the palm of my hand (2) Photos of my family and ambassadors for inspiration (3) My interns and volunteers. We are predominantly a volunteer run organization and they are the backbone of everything we do.

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