Well where do I start! Pippa’s Fashion Factory was ah-mazing!
From start to finish we were treated like stars.
We arrived in Castlemartyr on Saturday at 10 to register where we got our gorgeous goodie bags, which included Blank Canvas brushes, some excellent discount codes, toiletries and even a cream egg😂 We were then treated to tea, coffee and delicious pastries.
We went into the main room at 11, it was beautifully decorated, and had very cool centre pieces.
We started off with a makeup run though by the lovely Orla from Blank Canvas, who gave us loads of tips and tricks from eye makeup to concealers and foundations, I want them all!!
After Orla, Pippa went through all her favourite products. The list is as long as my arm, but I was delighted to see her recommending Glam Glow. I am a huge fan (there’s a separate blog post on my Glam Glow love on the way🙊)
We then had a break for divine afternoon tea, and my favourite, bellinis! It was all delicious!
After the break we had a fashion show, with lots of gorgeous trends from River Island, Warehouse and Coast. The models were just stunning and I pretty much wanted everything!
We then had fab hair demos, where I developed another long list of must haves! Pippa rounded it off by going through her wardrobe essentials which included the gorgeous Amelie jeans from River Island, which I blogged about here.
There were plenty of opportunities for questions, and Pippa met everyone afterwards, she was absolutely lovely, and chatted and took photos with us all!
There were pop up stands setup by Stella & Dot, Blank Canvas and Cloud 10 Beauty both at the break and afterwards.
Ooh and I almost forgot…there was a Häagen Dazs stand, with free ice cream!!
Pippa wore a gorgeous dress and shoes from Zara.
I wore Black Molly Jeans and Peplum top, both from River Island, Pink Coat and Chain from H&M, Floral Bag from Ted Baker and my much adored Nude shoes from LK Bennett.
All in all a fab girls day, check out future #PippasFashionFactory dates on http://www.Pippa.ie