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Image / Editorial

Business of Beauty Awards 2017 Are LIVE!


by IMAGE
23rd Feb 2017
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Ladies and gentlemen, the shortlist is out! Celebrating the best of Irish hair, beauty and aesthetics, it’s time to get voting for your favourite experts, spas, clinics and salons in the IMAGE’s Business of Beauty Awards 2017.

Now in its fourth year, The IMAGE’s Business of Beauty Awards (affectionately known here as Ireland’s Beauty Oscars) recognises the best hair and beauty professionals in the industry, all of whom are true masters of their trade.

The shortlist, in all its glory, will appear in March’s issue of IMAGE Magazine (on shelves today), and can be found, along with the voting mechanic, at bob.image.ie. So skip over, and make your opinion count.

For 2017, we have 17 categories in what promises to be our biggest and best awards yet – including categories Best Beauty Influencer and Beauty Entrepreneur of 2017.

Head over to bob.image.ie right now to see who’s who, and cast your vote across 17 categories – from Best Nail Technician to Best Hair Stylist, Best Makeup Artist – and everything in between.

Voted for by you and honoured by us at IMAGE.

You have until April 2 to cast your vote.

The winners will be announced at an outrageously glamorous gala on Sunday, April 9 at the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin 4, MC’d by Darren Kennedy.

Good luck to everyone, and keep an eye out here on IMAGE.ie for profiles, tips and insider intel in the run-up to the big night.

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