Working with Cancer

I have been working with cancer patients now for the past seven years, with individual clients, Look Good Feel Better and Macmillan both at Queen Alexandra Hospital.
We all have challenges to face in our lives and going through cancer treatment is a tough and challenging journey.  Boosting self confidence and esteem is key at this time.   When you know you look good it positively impacts on how you feel.  When I started the ‘style me confident’ workshops at Macmillan it became very clear very quickly that women felt generally more positive, confident and empowered when knowing what suited them both in style and colour.  If you feel you would like to discover how I can help you or someone close to you, please check out my services page.  Please also feel free to ring/email me for a friendly no obligation chat.

Julie Kill, Macmillan Info & Support Centre, Queen Alexandra Hospital – May 2014

Sue is a Macmillan volunteer who facilitates our Style Yourself Confident monthly workshops.  The workshops have been well received by participants and the feedback has been excellent.

Sue is completely professional and approachable.  She has a real talent in engaging and supporting the participants in helping them to become more confident in the way they look and develop their own sense of style.   Sue provides an informal, fun afternoon in a safe environment

Lisa Curtis, Head of Programme Services

We are proud and pleased to be working with Sue Ellis who has been volunteering with the beauty industry’s charity, Look Good Feel Better (LGFB), for the last 7  years.  Sue uses her skills to help at our free of charge skincare and make-up workshops that take place twice a month at Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth.

The LGFB workshops in Portsmouth are part of a national programme of services supporting women & teenagers living with cancer deal with the visible and often psychological side effects of treatment.  LGFB simply would not exist without its team of volunteers across the country so we are very grateful to Sue for her support ~ long may that continue.

For more information on LGFB please visit