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Fashion, fun and fizz at Geraldine’s Skincare event


STYLE ON SHOW  Pictured in the Castlecourt Hotel last Friday evening, were, from left: Michelle Malone (That’s So Shelley), Michelle Faherty, Caroline McElroy (Personal Stylist), Dermott Langan (MC), Geraldine Greenan and daughter Jeannette, Breedge Browne, Kelsey McCann, Hayley Coleman (Make-up Artist) and special guest Rosanna Davison. Pic: Michael Donnelly

Ciara Galvin

OVER €1,000 was raised at a beauty event hosted by Geraldine’s Skincare Clinic at the Castlecourt Hotel on Friday.
The sell-out attendance were treated to an evening of beauty, fashion, health and well being and even some male grooming.
Former Miss World Rosanna Davison made a return to Westport to speak at the event, along with make-up artist Hayley Coleman, personal stylist Caroline McElroy, skin consultant Gráinne Monaghan and personal trainer Michelle Malone of ‘That’s So Shelley’.
Davison, a nutritional therapist and influencer launched the ‘Venus Freeze’ treatment at the clinic at Westport Leisure Park last year, and spoke glowingly about the range of skincare Geraldine and her team offer.
“It’s great to be back in Westport, to talk about my experience with the Environ range,” said Rosanna, who was channelling her father, Chris de Burgh’s most well known song.
MC for the night was Dermott Langan who put Mayo senior footballer Kevin McLoughlin through his paces about all things fashion before the event kicked off.
Local lady Hayley Coleman gave a masterclass of tips and tricks to get the most out of your make-up and took questions from the floor. Personal trainer Michelle Malone of ‘That’s So Shelley’ told the audience about her journey to starting her health and well being advice service.
Gráinne Monaghan of the International Institute of Anti Aging talked through the benefits of Vitamin A to the skin and a skin scan assessment that is available at Geraldine’s Skin Clinic during the year and the benefits of the scientific skincare range Environ. Space age technology of LED light treatment was also exhibited and will be launching at the clinic this week. The event raised much-needed funds in aid of ISPCC Childine which answers approximately 500 calls a week in Mayo.
Boxer Ray Moylette and Fr John Kenny sacrificed their leg hair all in the name of charity and really exemplified the old adage, ‘no pain, no gain’. Thelma Langan was crowned best dressed on the night following a fashion show and Geraldine Greenan of Geraldine’s Skincare Clinic was delighted with the night and thanked sponsors and all those who donated generously.

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