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Trinny Woodall has a Dublin pop-up store this week


By Holly O'Neill
06th Nov 2019
Trinny Woodall has a Dublin pop-up store this week

This week, Trinny London are hosting a pop-up at 52 Merrion Square, with experts on hand, masterclasses and meet and greets with founder Trinny Woodall.


Trinny Woodall and her team of merry make-up artists are in Dublin for six days to showcase their latest innovations and creations at the Trinny London Townhouse at 52 Merrion Square, Dublin 2.

 

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Open from Tuesday November 5 to to Sunday 10, make-up artists will be on hand to offer customers the Trinny London Match2Me personalised service that will tell you the exact foundation shade, eye colours, lip colours, blush, highlighter and contour that is unique to your skin, hair and eye combinations. Founder, Trinny Woodall, will also be making appearances throughout the week.

If you don’t know the Trinny London brand, it is a make-up capsule wardrobe of cream-based products can all be applied with your fingertips, to limit heavy coverage. They come in screw-top pots that all snap into a stack together, meaning your make-up bag can now fit into your back pocket, saving you time, space, heavy-handbag-induced back pain and general faffing. It’s all reasonably priced, with the most expensive products being the primer and skin perfector, BFF Cream, at €42 and foundation costing €34.

 

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“With Trinny London, I wanted to have a solution for women, the women who carry around an enormous make-up bag,” Trinny told us. Never lose sight of the woman you are behind the make-up. I wanted women to rethink the routine they’ve always done. You could be in your 20’s and since you were 16-years-old you’ve used the same make-up, you might be in your first job and want to try something more chic, or maybe you’re in your 30’s and feel lost in nappies and intimidated by the women around you. I want women to rethink their routines.”

 

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General admission to the Trinny London Townhouse is free, and you can join an hour-long masterclass to learn new skills and techniques and find your perfect products. You can book for up to five people and tickets are €50 each and redeemable against Trinny London products on the day. Find out more about the Trinny London Townhouse and book tickets to a masterclass here.

Photography by Trinny London.


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