Ireland beauty and fashion personalities were certainly given something to talk about at the launch of the Urban Decay Backtalk Palette, inspired by Backtalk, the No. 1 selling, cult-favourite Vice Lipstick shade. The glam event was held in Hang Dai and the guests enjoyed custom-made cocktails and amazing Asian cuisine.
Like two palettes in one, the travel-ready case holds eight nude-mauve, soft berry and muted rose eyeshadows on one side and four coordinating shades of blush and highlighter on the other.
Faces gathered to admire the unstoppable femme power with this go-anywhere, the do-anything kit included style queen rocking a retro deep plunge blazer suit combo Courtney Smith; Xpose fashion contributor Lorna Weightman and Interior Designer Natasha Rocca Devine, whose just completed filming a series set for RTE Player.
Bonnie Ryan, an amazing up and coming make-up artist, joined the soiree in the buzzy new private room of Hang Dai Restaurant on Dublin’s Camden Street, after her second last exam, before hitting the books again.
TV presenter and producer DianaBunici, who has just moved home from a year-long stint working with the BBC in Glasgow, chatted to former Miss Ireland Aoife Walsh. TV3s Debbie O’Donnell who was complimented on another super VIP Style Award show, was joined by Sunday Independent’s Triona McCarthy
There was no shortage of make-up artistry talent in the room admiring the monochromatic make-up palette as Ireland’s favourites included Sue Brophy, Jen Morris, Laura Dempsey, Gemma Leigh, Fabiana Coppola and Eimear McElheron.
Danielle Roberts, Supreme UD make-up Artist, presented the palette to guests, that already boosts a waiting lists in stores nationwide, with its 12 gorgeous pigments in one sleek palette. A double-sided, removable mirror acts as a divider between the eyeshadows and the blushes and highlighter. The eyeshadows are just as advanced as the packaging: every shade features a proprietary Pigment Infusion System™ for velvety pigments that blend easily, stay rich and last for hours!