It's always good to support local businesses, it's good for the economy and the environment. So if you're a beauty lover you need to check out these 5 amazing Irish beauty brands.
1. The Burren Perfumery
The Burren Perfumery is a lovely family-run company that makes perfumes, candles and skincare products.
Their products are made onsite in the Burren County Clare using natural and organic ingredients.
They have six different scent families so you can purchase products such as a fragrance, body lotion and soap all with the same scent which is lovely.
2. Blank Canvas Cosmetics
Blank Canvas Cosmetics is an award-winning Irish beauty brand which sells makeup brushes and palettes.
They have a huge variety of brush sets to choose from, ranging from kits for beginners to professionals makeup artists so there's something for everyone.
They also offer vegan-friendly brushes and have a small variety of gorgeous eyeshadow, blush and contour and highlight palettes.
Kinvara is a Galway-based skincare brand established by Joanne Reily.
They sell a variety of vegan and cruelty-free skincare products for the face and body with products available for every time of skin.
Their Absolute Cleansing Face Oil is my personal favourite product from Kinvara.
It's amazing for taking off makeup even waterproof mascara and I found that it also helped improve my acne-prone skin too.
4. Pestle & Mortar
Pestle and Mortar is yet another gorgeous award-winning Irish skincare brand.
It was established by Sonia Deasy and their products are formulated to suit all skin types.
Their products have a stunning minimal design and are all cruelty-free.
The Pure Hyaluronic Serum is a bestseller and has also won three awards including our very own Beaut Award in 2018!
If you follow Love Island star, Maura Higgins then you've definitely heard of Bellamianta.
Maura is actually a brand ambassador for the vegan and cruelty-free tan company.
They sell a huge variety of tanning products including mouses, liquids, mitts and brushes and their tans come in a variety of shades so you're bound to find the right one for you.
Are there any other Irish beauty brands we should check out?