Future Beauty, is a dynamic 2-day event, dedicated to educating consumers about the latest treatments and technologies in the fields of clinical beauty, cosmetic surgery and aesthetic dentistry.
The main stage will host hourly panel talks, with a host of Ireland’s leading medical experts on the most industry relevant topics from TWEAKments to cosmeceuticals, fat loss technology to Hollywood smiles, breast surgery to gynaecological concerns.
The show is the brainchild of sisters, Liz and Nikki Dwyer, who have observed that aesthetic treatments, cosmetic dentistry and plastic surgery are no longer just the preserve of the elite.
These have become very mainstream and are also being used to treat physiological problems too, from obliterating veins to saving back pain with a breast reduction, clearing adult acne to helping restore pelvic floor muscles. Many treatments are also just about looking after your looks and with an exponential rise in women having peels, laser treatments, injectables, cosmetic dentistry and even plastic surgery in the past few years, this is the Future of Beauty.
Liz, a stalwart of the beauty industry in Ireland (an award-winning Beauty Editor and journalist, a regular contributor to TV and radio and host of Extreme Beauty on TV3) feels there is an enormous gap between the consumer and the medical side of the aesthetic market. “No one is properly educating women about these treatments or how to safely navigate this unregulated industry. Should it be information on the breath of treatment options available across a wide range of issues, or the science, technology and/or ingredients behind them. Our aim with Future Beauty is to afford women an unbiased platform to educate themselves on the pros and cons all clinical aesthetic treatments. And we want to bring home the message, that if you’re going to do it, “do it right,” says Liz.
The show takes place over two days on 7/8 September at RDS, Dublin and you are invited to attend one or both days. Future Beauty visitors can expect the following lineup.
11.45pm: The most effective non-invasive “tweakments”
What really happens when you have a ‘tweakment’ such as Botox, facial fillers, laser treatment, chemical peels or Profhilo? Our experts debate the merits and pitfalls of each treatment and reveal which deliver the best results.
12.45pm: What are Cosmeceuticals and how they work?
Unlike cosmetics, cosmeceutical skincare can penetrate the skin. That's why they're so effective but using them can be complicated. Our experts simplify the science and explain which clinical ingredients work hardest for the most pressing skin concerns.
1.45pm: Goodbye exhausted eye area
Will ultrasound and laser treatment really minimise crows feet? Can hollows be safely reversed with a filler or is Botox better for lifting the entire eye area? Our Dermatologist panel divulges what works best for their patients.
2.45pm: Hollywood smile secrets: (Live Demo)
Be it bleaching or bonding, braces or veneers our dental panel discuss all of the latest smile-improving options. Watch as they perform a live smile transformation on stage.
3.45pm: Blast the fat forever: (Live Demo)
From freezing to lasering fat cells into oblivion, Tickle Lipo to Kybella, these new fat loss options that may help when diet and exercise only do so much. Our medical experts weigh up the pros and cons of each.
4.45pm: Breast Friends Forever:
Our surgical panel discuss transformative surgical options from fat transfer to lifts, breast reductions and augmentations, and literally everything you need to know about better boobs.
12.45am: Pelvic floor, prolapse and vaginal concerns
Your face is not the only place to lose collagen with age! Stress urinary incontinence and vaginal laxity can be treated with specific lasers. Our Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist explains how laser therapy can restructure and restore damaged tissues.
1.45: Non-invasive ways to alter nose and facial contours
Restoring lost volume and adding symmetry to the face and individual features with filler can dramatically change how the face looks. But in the wrong hands, a filler can be downright dangerous. We discuss how to avoid unwanted side effects.
14.45: Let’s get honest about the post baby body
The joys of motherhood are boundless but the effects of pregnancy on the body can be drastic. Our surgical panel discuss what really’s involved in a ‘Mommy Makeover’ and whether or not it's the best fix, or if non invasive options are as effective?
14.45: Solutions to rejuvenate the neck & jaw
Our medical experts weigh in on the most effective, non-invasive ways to smooth and tauten up this zone, from using ultrasound and radio frequency therapies to administering Botox in specific spots.
15.45 Leading dermatologist reveal their best skin treatment plans. Live Q & A with audience
They’ve over 70 years clinical experience between them, so they really know what combination of treatment, topicals and prescriptions work for turning around common skin concerns such as adult acne to eczema, pigmentation to wrinkles.
16.45 The evolution of the facelift
Our doctors and surgeons look back on how facelifting techniques have evolved from extreme surgery, weeks of downtime and questionable ‘wind tunnel’ results, to modern non-invasive options like threads, with no downtime and subtle results.
Future Beauty is happening on 7th and 8th September at RDS, Dublin with a fantastic panel of experts to give you all the info you need to choose the right treatment for you.
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Next week, 28 of Ireland's most extraordinary women will compete for a once in a lifetime opportunity to serve as a goodwill Ambassador of Ireland at Miss Universe 2019.
The glittering Miss Universe Ireland 2019 ceremony will be held at the stunning historical Round Room at the Mansion House on August 1st, where Miss Universe 2018 Ireland Grainne "GG" Gallanagh will crown her successor.
The event will be hosted by Brittany Mason and TV personality James Patrice. The Red Carpet cocktail hour will begin at 6pm with the show starting at 7:30pm. There will be special performances from Hannah Hawkshaw, Yvonne O'Toole, and international DJ, DJ GNO who has opened for top musical acts like Tiesto and DJ Khaled, has written an original song for the MUI called “Miss Emerald Isle”.
Host James, who works as the backstage presenter for Dancing with the Stars on RTÉ will be putting this year’s finalists through their paces on stage as they compete in several rounds including the interview stage and evening-wear in the hopes of becoming the next Miss Universe Ireland.
Speaking about his role as this year’s host, James said, ‘I’m delighted to be involved in the Miss
Universe Ireland competition this year. All of the women are so accomplished and I’m looking forward to seeing them walk the runway on August 1st and hearing how they plan on making a real difference should they win the title. It’s going to be a great night!’
This year’s competition is set to be the best yet with some incredible National and International
sponsors on board. Make Up For Ever is the new make-up sponsor for 2019. The French brand is used by makeup artists worldwide for shoots and on International film sets. Their Dublin flagship store on Clarendon Street is Ireland’s leading creative make-up academy.
Another new sponsor for this year’s competition is Beco Fit, a designer activewear range that uses breathable and lightweight fabrics and keeps both aesthetics and performance in mind in its design. The remaining sponsors have returned for another year of partnership with Miss Universe Ireland.
Irish sponsors supporting Miss Universe Ireland this year include Dundrum Cosmetic Clinic who
specialise in laser hair removal, tattoo removal and skin care treatments. Haircare sponsors Zero One Salon, a brand renowned for some of the country's most creative and talented hair stylists and Great Lengths with their ethically sourced 100% human hair extensions will both be looking after all of the finalist's hair to get them competition ready.
Liliana Montoya Swim is back as swimwear sponsor. The brand draws inspiration from the ocean using coral, exotic fish and scale patterns in their designs. Their full collection is available online.
Shoe sponsor, Chavez Fashion is a Toronto based wearable art couture brand. Founded in 2015 by
International fashion designer Antonio Chavez, they are cleverly designed for optimum support whilst delivering avant-garde style.
LA-based personal training studio, Priority Strength offers personalised training programmes that can be implemented anywhere in the world and they were the people behind getting Miss Universe Ireland 2018, Grainne Gallanagh competition ready.
The finalists for the title of Miss Universe Ireland this year come from all over Ireland and bring beauty, brains and inspiration.
One of these incredible women will walk away with the crown on 1st August.
From County Antrim marketing executive Sarah Cunningham and social worker Lynley Megaw. Donegal native quantity surveyor Dearbhla Walsh and Tyrone contestant mental health worker Nadia Sayers are both successful finalists too. Hailing from County Cavan model Jojo Quinn and optometry student Dearbhla Dolan have also made the cut.
Tipperary contestants include model Adrienne Mullen, sailing instructor Jane Lehane and health
insurance advisor Niamh Myles. Limerick entrants fitness instructor Tracey Collopy and retail assistant Sarah Cregan. Contestants from Cork this year are retail supervisor Katie O'Donohue and children's camp leader Sophie Bahl.
From Wexford student Kira Kilcoyne, actress Megan O'Malley, insurance worker Alexandra Anna Doyle and pharmaceutical technician Melanie Delaney. Dublin contestants include NASA datanaut Fionnghuala O'Reilly, trainee solicitor Ciara Mulligan, student Aoife Carty, retail supervisor Hollie Hersey and kindergarten teacher Rebecca Hanley. Hailing from County Offaly barista Angelique Kilgallon, Kilkenny contestant architectural technologist Peace Olaniyi and Wicklow native model Qichen Hu are also in the final group.
All hailing from County Mayo make up artist Karen McShea, piano teacher Kaylyn McGrath and primary school teacher Shona Tuohy have all been successful.
To keep up to date with all the latest news and MUI glitz, keep an eye on the Miss Universe Ireland social media pages @missuniverseireland
BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE for the glittering ceremony to be held on 1st August at the stunning historical Round Room at the Mansion House, where Miss Universe 2018, Grainne "GG" Gallanagh will crown her successor.
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