The Bryght Ass Blog

  • Meet Tomai Hira

    On September 4th, 2011 at the young age of 33, my world was shattered into pieces. I had been diagnosed with Her2 positive breast cancer that woul...
  • How often do you check your boobs?

    Much like finding a well-fitting bra or getting a smear test- checking our boobs is one of the things we must do as women. Ah, the joys. According...
  • Too cool to die

    Today marks the 1 year anniversary of when I got the dreaded phone call telling me my biopsy results came back with cancerous cells.  As a cancer ...
  • When someone you know has cancer

    This week it hit me. I was on our weekly Zoom management meeting, discussing staff, sales, and reviewing reports with my colleagues. Like many bus...
  • Hydroquinone in skincare concerns

    The reasons why you should not use hydroquinone to lighten your skin.Hydroquinone has been used as a bleaching agent in cosmetic creams for decade...
  • Oncology Esthetics

    To say I was naive to cancer growing up would be an understatement. I had absolutely no knowledge of what it truly was, aside from the fact that there were different types, it was always bad, and pink was the color for breast cancer. 
  • The Importance of Sunscreen

    Sunscreen should be your BFF Sunscreen is not just an option, it's essential. The sun's UV rays are harmful to the skin and can damage it over time. Sunscreen protects your skin against harmful UV radiation that can cause premature aging, skin cancer, sunburns and more. You're investing into the health and beauty your skin for years to come by wearing sunscreen every day.
  • Bryght's 2023 Model

    I had no idea what would come of my words, my little blog, all I knew is that I never wanted someone else to feel how my husband and I felt the day I was given a terminal diagnosis. I was 23. My name is Miranda of Pheo Vs Fabulous and I have Pheochromocytoma - A word that would change my entire existence.


  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    This is your reminder to check your boobs, book your mammogram and tell your friends and family that you love and appreciate them.