'Less is more': Five beauty mantras Irish beauty professionals live by

Are you, like us, obsessed with all things beauty? We asked five businesswomen in the Irish beauty industry to share their beauty mantras, and they didn't disappoint.

Aimee Connolly

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"Wear make-up to feel good but not to mask yourself. I always say a little goes a long way when it comes to make-up and the smallest amounts of a product can make you feel good. I am definitely a fan of a more natural, quick look; and it definitely comes down to preference, but I don’t think it should be used to absolutely mask yourself."

 

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Trudy Hayes

Raven

"Beauty and wellbeing are synonymous," Trudy says. "When you look good you feel good."

 

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Lucy McPhail

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Fetch Beauty

"Double cleanse and SPF 30 or everything else is just creams and dreams."

 

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Danielle Kennedy

Lloyds Hair Group

"Professional blow-dry every five days, it’ll change your life! Your hair will always be perfectly styled, you’ll save time getting out of the house every morning, and you’ll feel fantastic... As they say, your hair is the crown you never take off."

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Kim O’Sullivan

The Dublin Makeup Academy

"Less is more."

 

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