Sex and the City fundraiser boost for HOPE foun­da­tion

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THE GLAM­OUR of Sex and the City was recre­ated in spec­tac­u­lar style at the Car­rig Beauty Sa­lon and Spa last week, for a fundraiser in aid of the HOPE foun­da­tion.

More than 50 peo­ple came along to get top tips from a make-up artist who did a demon­stra­tion of prod­ucts avail­able to buy in the sa­lon.

Clients also treated them­selves to a make-over, as well as eye­lash ex­ten­sions and skin peels as well as makeup lessons.

The ex­pert make-up artist had colour charts with her and was on hand to give ad­vice to the ladies as they sipped on cos­mos and ap­ple­ti­nis, like their New York coun­ter­parts Car­rie, Sa­man­tha, Char­lotte and Mi­ran- da. Some peo­ple dressed up in high fash­ion like their SATC idols, while oth­ers de­cided to take a more re­laxed ap­proach to the en­joy­able evening of fun and beauty.

The or­gan­is­ers man­aged to raise sev­eral hun­dred euro for the foun­da­tion, in­clud­ing the price of ad­mis­sion, tak­ings from the raf­fle and a gen­er­ous do­na­tion from the sa­lon it­self.

The Hope Foun­da­tion is a char­i­ta­ble or­gan­i­sa­tion that works for the street chil­dren of Cal­cutta, who are of­ten de­nied such ba­sic needs as food, shel­ter, health-care, ed­u­ca­tion and even love.

For more in­for­ma­tion www.hope­foun­da­tion.ie

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Les­ley McLaugh­lin and Jenny O’Leary at the Sex and the City night out.

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