Little beauty

 

Dublin’s northside is fast becoming a beauty hub, with Mac choosing Henry Street for its first Irish standalone shop and the revamp of Arnotts beauty hall. Now, Mary Street’s Marks and Spencer has a new department, expanding its own-brand range to include niche collections previously unavailable in Ireland. Cult perfumer Lyn Harris is there, along with hair products from Philip Kingsley and nail colours from Leighton Denny. Skincare standouts are the sea-derived H20+ and Aptiva, a natural range from Greece.

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