Last night we were lucky enough to join the beauty world to celebrate Flormar's 1st birthday in Ireland. The "Flower-Tales Wonderland" event was held in The Crypt in Christ Church Cathedral, where guests arrived to?a handmade 7-foot flower wall. We were treated to performances from world class fire throwers and zamba drummers, and Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon flew over specially to perform an exclusive set.
Snapchat sensation James?Kavanagh?and William Murray?of?Currabinny?were on hand and we got to try Currabinny's Glamnilla Shortbread, the biscuits that went viral for wearing better highlighter than you. We were?treated to?cocktails by Absolut Vodka, makeovers from elite make up artist Michelle?Regazolli?Stone and'manicures by?Flormar's?top nail technicians.
The Irish male entrepreneur behind the brand Paul Mooney said, ??I am delighted to be celebrating Flormar Ireland's first birthday tonight. It has been a fantastic year and we are now stocked in over 200 pharmacies nationwide. I look forward to growing the brand even further in Ireland next year??. Flormar Ireland announced last night that they will open their first Irish retail store in the capital this summer.
Check out all the pictures from the event in our gallery above.
Pictures by Brian McEvoy Photography.