ManiCURES Support Canadian Cancer Society

Photo of Sara Faruqi By Sara Faruqi,
Toronto Police Service
Published at 8:07 a.m., October 30, 2014

A group of Toronto police officers lent their hands to the Canadian Cancer Society ManiCURES event on October 29 at THE TEN SPOT in Bloor West Village. As the officers walked out of the nail salon, delicately holding their hats while trying to dry their fingernails a woman approaches them and sees their hands. “Thank you,” she says to the officers. She goes on to explain that she is a breast cancer survivor, “It means a lot to see officers trying to raise awareness".

An officer holding his hand out as a woman sprays it to keep nail colour intact.
Sergeant Jazen Brautigam gets his nails sprayed after his manicure.
An officer holding his hand out as a woman sprays it to keep nail colour intact.
An officer looking at his pink nails and smiling.
Two officers sit next to each other getting their nails done and talking.
An officer in uniform looks on as a manicurist paints his nails.
Men in police uniforms stand outside a nail salon showing their fresh painted nails.
A uniformed male officer smiling and holding up his hand to show his pink painted nails.
A male officer is putting on nail polish on a female officer.
A man in uniform getting a manicure, the shot is in perspective of the officer, over his shoulder so that you can see his arms and hands on the manicure table.
Officers in uniform and pink painted nails stand outside a nail salon.
Three officers in uniform stand outside a nail salon with a woman, all are smiling.
A police officer looks down at his hat which has a pink smudge on it, his nails are painted pink.