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Love Island’s Kaz Crossley is coming to Dublin.

She will meet fans at Inglot in Dundrum to celebrate the launch of their latest collection, All Covered.

The London makeup artist is coming to bless us mere mortals with her insider beauty tips.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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And that’s not all…

The gorgeous reality TV star will be giving a live makeup demo using her favourite products from the new collection.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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So when will she be here?

She will be at the Inglot in Dundrum Town Centre on Saturday, November 10th at 11:00am.

Make sure to get there early because the first 50 customers will get an exclusive Inglot gift – something probably involving free makeup.

Yassss. Are there any two words that sound sweeter together?

“I am so excited to be coming back to Ireland next week,” gushed the Love Island finalist.

“I love Dublin and to be able to come back to this beautiful city and launch Inglot’s – All Covered foundation and concealer is amazing.

“Come and visit me at Inglot's store in Dundrum on Saturday 10th of November from 11am for a selfie! I hope to see you there.”

And don’t worry about long lines on a dreary morning because the debut is going to be conducted Kaz-style.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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There will be refreshments and a live DJ setting up party vibes in the Dundrum Inglot matching station.

Plus, the new foundation range is supposed to be amazing. Kaz said she is “in love” with it.

“It’s a high coverage yet lightweight foundation and literally makes your skin look flawless,” she raved.

So bring some friends and make a morning of it! We can’t wait to see what makeup tips she has in store.

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Gym bunnies and healthy lifestyle advocates – listen up. 

Cult lifestyle brand Gym + Coffee are officially opening up their first ever pop-up in Dundrum Town Centre 

Opening it's first non-virtual doors this Saturday July 7th, the pop-up will run for two weeks. 

 

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Founded by three friends, Diarmuid McSweeney, Karl Swaine and Niall Horgan, the aim was to establish a lifestyle ethos alongside a line of durable, stylish athleisure wear. 

'We are really excited to be launching the pop-up store at Dundrum Town Centre,' Co-founder Niall Horgan said.

'This is definitely our biggest undertaking to date but we’re now 18 months in business with a growing product range and we felt it was the right time to give our customers and community a chance to see our products and experience a little bit of our culture, in person.'

 

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'As an online store, we don’t have many in-person opportunities with our customers and with another new product launch on the immediate horizon we felt it was the right time and Dundrum Town Centre was exactly where we wanted to be.'

From high quality gym gear to reusable coffee cups, customers will have the chance browse and purchase a range of clothes and accessories while sipping on Gym + Coffee's bespoke house roast. 

The store will host a range of exercise classes, coffee mornings and talks, culminating in hosting Dundrum Town Centre's Summer Stretch event on 22nd July.

We'll see you in there – we'll be the ones nabbing the leggings in every colour. 

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