Saturday 25 March 2017

Big-hearted ladies show they just love their style


THERE were welcoming cups of tea as well as plenty of make-up and hair tips which kept all the ladies in top form at the Style House in Tower, and all for a hearty cause.

Not only was there the waft of tea but there was bubbly champagne for guests. The in-house charity fundraiser was all in aid of The Irish Heart foundation.

The 'Love Your Style,' charity night was hosted by the proprietor of the Style House, Edel Lyons, along with her loyal team, who made sure everyone was made feel very welcome and, of course, pampered.

A speaker from The Irish Heart Foundation also gave a healthy heart talk.

While February is a month for romance and with that comes a fresh desire to look and feel your best, the 'Love Your Style' evening, which was held last Wednesday, was jam packed with top tips for ladies for 2014.

Edel and her glamorous team at the Style House dished out some excellent hair and style tips for 2014, along with one-to-one colour consultations, plus hair and scalp analysis to help their guests plan the ultimate glossy tresses for spring.

In addition, the Style House make-up expert also gave advice on colouring and how to accentuate a woman's best features and what make up looks best to complement hairstyles.

Of course, the pampering evening would not have been complete without a glass of bubbly, giggles and a fantastic goodie bag and an individual red rose.

And the Irish Heart Foundation had plenty to smile about, too, as everyone gave very generously on the evening and it was hailed a fantastic success.


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