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Dublin: 12 °C Sunday 5 April, 2020

Trinny Woodhall just got her own pop-up makeup shop in Brown Thomas

The ‘What Not To Wear’ star has launched her own make up collection called ‘Trinny London’.

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CAST YOUR MINDS back to the early 2000s when Trinny and Susannah’s ‘What Not To Wear’ was one of the biggest shows on the BBC. Every week we watched as the two women styled a nation and taught us the dos’ and don’ts of fashion.

Fast forward to 2018 and Trinny has released her own make up line Trinny London and is bringing her own pop up shop to Brown Thomas which is there until Saturday.

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Trinny has re-styled herself as a make up blogger, posting regular videos on YouTube. Her free-styling and slightly scattered method of blogging is entertaining and engaging so it’s easy to see why she’s gotten so popular.

The main benefit of her new make line is that it’s commuter friendly and each item can be stacked and clipped together in your handbag making them really handy for those early morning bus journeys.

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The one thing is this make up line is not cheap. On the website you can find your perfect stack by taking a test and mine came to a total of £288 which I don’t really have swishing around in my bank account.

Source: Trinny London

Source: Trinny London

The BFF primer is supposed to be very good though so if you want one or two special items, the Trinny London line is definitely worth a look. Get down to Brown Thomas before Sunday to see for yourself!

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