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What’s the Craic?


Spreadingthelovefor seaweedskincare!


Models and attendees at the Love by Diego Binetti fashion show, held at NYFW, were glowing inside and out as they walked away with the new Repêchage Sea Me Set (pictured)!


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ofAcne Recent findings that reveal the pathogenic role of a widely studied bacterium called Propionibacterium acnes (P. acnes) has prompted academic researchers to rethink how Acne Vulgaris develops and how it may be better managed.


Previously, P. acnes was considered by researchers to further inflame skin, following the establishment of Acne lesions. New research now suggests that certain strains of the bacterium may play a more direct role in Acne formation.


Dr. Paul Mouser, Ph.D., principal scientist at Ashland Specialty Ingredients, comments: “Recent publications on Acne points to the complexity of this skin condition, and why there has been no simple solution to a problem that afflicts more than 90% of the population at some point in their lives.”


Academic and skin care industry scientists from around the world recently gathered at the Avant Institute Symposium held in New Jersey, USA, entitled ‘Towards Skin Perfection: from Understanding Acne to Innovative Formulations’, to learn more about the details of this ground-breaking Acne research and to apply the information in their own studies.


To help make-up artists prep models for the stage, Repêchage provided customised sets to help the models achieve a perfect canvas before hitting the runway. And to spread the love further, Repêchage Sea Me Sets were included in gift bags as a treat for show attendees.


Callingall make-upstudents!


Nails fit foraqueen


Reigning Miss Ireland, Aoife Walsh, took time out of her busy schedule to get Gelished at this year’s Irish Beauty Show.


Aoife visited the Creative Academy stand to enjoy her manicure with Creative Academy’s Michele Burke, and later tweeted: “Such much fun at the Beauty Show getting nails done @CreativeAcademe @IrishBeautyMag #love #nails”


Budding make-up students around the country will be vying for a place on the shortlist of the 2014 Jane Iredale National Student Make- up Competition.


Beauty and make-up college students are invited to demonstrate their creative flair by recreating an iconic look on the theme of Music Videos through the years. Six lucky students will attend an ‘all expenses paid’ three-day final in London, culminating in a live competition, judged by mineral make-up pioneer Jane Iredale on 26th June.


Colleges are invited to register by 14th April and students should send in their entries by 19th May.


For more information telephone the iiaa on +44 (0)208 450 2020 or email colleges@iiaa.eu for a full information pack and entry forms.


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