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Pretty Powerful Luncheon With Bobbi Brown


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27th Feb 2015
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Earlier this week, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics celebrated The Pretty Powerful Campaign for Women & Girls with a luncheon hosted by renowned Author and Journalist, Marian Keyes, and Dress for Success Dublin Founder, Sonya Lennon.

Held at Residence Members? Club in central Dublin, guests were welcomed with pink champagne and enjoyed a lunch of fresh, seasonal fare. Hosts gave inspirational speeches about the Pretty Powerful Campaign and the activity carried out by Dress for Success Dublin to help women get into the workforce. Attendees at the event included influential women such as Cecelia Ahern, Tara Flynn, Melissa Curry and Amy Huberman.

Bobbi Brown is proud to announce the third iteration of The Pretty Powerful Campaign for Women & Girls: on International Women’s Day, 8th March 2015, the campaign will re-introduce the limited edition Pretty Powerful Pot Rouge, in a universally flattering shade of pink, Pretty Powerful II. For each Bobbi Brown Pretty Powerful Pot Rouge sold in Ireland, the full RRP less VAT will be donated to Dress for Success Dublin.

?Pretty Powerful is a campaign that focuses on confidence,? says Bobbi Brown, Founder & Chief Creative Officer of Bobbi Brown Cosmetics,

?And nothing makes a woman or girl feel more confident than being educated and having the knowledge and skills to better her life, and the lives of her family and community members.?

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