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Madison Makeup donating 25% of all sales to support LGBT+ community


By Geraldine Carton
28th Jun 2018
Madison Makeup donating 25% of all sales to support LGBT+ community

Here’s something that is sure to warm the cockles of your heart: exclusive make-up brand Madison is proving its commitment to spreading love, beauty and support by pledging to donate 25% of all sales from today Thursday 27th until Sunday 1st to LGBT Ireland.

To launch this announcement Madison Makeup invited some of the most influential members of the LGBT+ community to take part in a special shoot that took place at some of Dublin’s most colourful and unique venues (Love Lane, the Icon Factory Walk, the Bernard Shaw) earlier this week. Popular Irish drag queen stars, Ellis Dee, Dylatrix and Regina George were the makeup models for the day and set the tone for a fun, eternally positive campaign.

LGBT Ireland

LGBT Ireland provides access to a network of trained volunteers who provide a non-judgmental, confidential, listening support and information service for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals as well as their family and friends.

Check out more of how Madison Makeup are showing their support for PRIDE and join the conversation online by visiting madisonmakeup.ie or check them out on Instagram.

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