DreamTeam: 1. Clodagh Edwards and Caroline Breslin; 2. Sarah Halliwell and Victoria Campbell; 3. Audrey McGrath and Diane Connor. (Pix. Brian McEvoy)
Leading the search for perfect skin is Lancome, with yet another new product that is set to raise the bar. DreamTone, a skin pigmentation corrector tailored to specific skin concerns, is the latest addition to the premium skincare range.
Billed as a grand reveal of a product that could offer the skin tone of your dreams, even without make-up, the DreamTone launch didn’t disappoint with those in attendance including Sonya Lennon, Elaine Crowley and Diana Bunici, who just returned from a charity trip to Moldova working in an orphanage.
Welcomed by Victoria Campbell, General Manager Lancôme UK and Ireland, guest scientific speaker Julie Mc Manus, Head of L’Oreal UK and Ireland Scientific and Regulatory Affairs, was joined by independent science broadcaster and Vivienne Parry OBE.
McManus outlined the incredible studies carried out across 19 countries, involving over 10,000 women identifying no less than 64 different skin shades, for Lancôme’s bespoke skincare, which has been tailored to one of three different pigmentation profiles helping you achieve your dream skin!
Sending their best wishes for the evening, and have been gifted DreamTone as part of an Irish VIP panel to trial the product, were Kathryn Thomas, currently in LA; Caroline Morahan, who’ll soon be back in Ireland for film a feature film; Maura Derrane who was performing official duties as Roscommon Best Dressed Lady judge; and Love Hate’s Susan Loughnane.