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  • Themed Thursday Beauty Column– Amazing aqua » Inside Ireland
    Ulster University DEL to reverse the decision to end full time BA Irish degree programme on Belfast Campus Home Lifestyle raquo Themed Thursday Beauty Column Amazing aqua Themed Thursday Beauty Column Amazing aqua July 23 2015 Share Tweet By Lynn Gilmour This week s beauty column looks at the wonders of water in the latest cosmetics Themed Thursday Amazing aqua Water is refreshing pure and vital to life And you can get an added boost by adding it to your beauty routine Get a wide awake look courtesy of Max Factor Max Effect Mono Eyeshadow in Aqua Marine 9 a pale but vibrant shade Keep your face fresh and young looking with Olay Anti Wrinkle Aqua Physics Day Cream This infuses your skin with instant hydration and helps smooth out the appearance of wrinkles Inspired by the power of the ocean this refreshing cream containing marine fennel extract provides you with instant hydration and helps you reduce the appearance of wrinkles With daily use your skin will look noticeably fresher and brighter and the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles will be reduced Let your lips do the talking with Bourjois Rouge Edition Aqua Lipstick Red My Lips T05 This gives the drama of a lipstick but the light like a gloss Give your mani a refreshing boost with a coat of Models Own Splash Aqua Splash a glide on glitter topcoat in a gleaming jewel shade Stay fresh all day with Dove Body Wash Aqua Impact Developed specifically for men s skin this activates on skin is clinically proven to fight skin dryness includes ocean minerals is dermatologically approved and has a revitalizing scent Comments Comments are closed Latest Lifestyle Themed Thursday Beauty Column Conceal the truth This week s beauty column turns its attention to concealers and looks

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  • Themed Thursday – Soft as a marshmallow » Inside Ireland
    Themed Thursday Soft as a marshmallow Themed Thursday Soft as a marshmallow July 16 2015 Share Tweet By Lynn Gilmour This week s beauty column takes marshmallow as its theme for the latest cosmetics Themed Thursday Soft as a marshmallow Add a few moments of sweetness into your day by adding some marshmallow soft products into your beauty routine For a flirty flush of pinkness to cheeks apply a swirl of MUA Blusher in Marshmallow This is a total bargain Simply sweep across the apples of the cheek and up to the brow bone to create a soft yet beautiful contour Give nails a sweet treat Try a coat of Max Factor Glossfinity Nail Polish in Marshmallow a pretty pink tone that gives glossy nails for up to seven days Or pick Miss Sporty Candy Shine Nail Polish in Pink Marshmallow 002 This is a baby pink shade flecked with white to give a multi tonal effect And enjoy the prettiest pout with Barry M Lip Paint in Marshmallow a wearable pink with a soft smooth texture that is packed full of natural moisturisers to help it glide on and stay comfortable to wear for hours Comments Comments are closed

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  • Minister Humphreys says 15th July is ‘significant day’ as Gender Recognition Bill passed by both Houses of the Oireachtas » Inside Ireland
    obliged to await the outcome of the Court of Appeal proceedings in relation to the result of the recent marriage equality referendum before we can legislate in this area I am happy also to see that work is being commenced through the Department of Education and Skills to explore how transgender issues can be addressed within the schools system for the betterment and inclusion of all schoolchildren Minister Kevin Humphrys TD However the Minister pledged that should the Court of Appeal uphold the result of the referendum then the appropriate legislative changes will be included in the Marriage Bill that the Minister for Justice and Equality will be taking through the Houses of the Oireachtas The Bill also provides for a review of the operation of the legislation to be undertaken within two years after it comes into effect While this legislation has been needed to be put in place for a long time it is also vital that its impact and effectiveness are carefully evaluated over time the Minister said Minister Humphreys thanked his colleagues in the Dáil and Seanad for the contributions they made during the course of the Bill He also acknowledged the work and commitment of the Tánaiste in advancing the Bill through its various stages in the Dáil and Seanad May 22 was a historic day for marriage equality in Ireland The formal recognition of the identity of transgender people is a welcome development initiated by this Government This legislation is a further significant step towards making our society equal for everyone No Controversy The Gender Recognition Bill has gone through the Oireachtas without any real problems The legislation is expected to be enacted before the end of July and come into operation before the end of summer Under current legislation the State does not legally recognise transgender people However following a 22 year long legal battle Dr Lydia Foy to have her gender recognised on official documents the government last year committed to passing a trans recognition law Last month Lydia Foy was awarded the European Citizens Prize for raising awareness of the hardship and suffering experienced by the Transgender community in Ireland Transgender Equality Network Ireland said the legislation marks an incredible shift in Irish society Our community is finally stepping out of the shadows We want to thank Minister Burton and Minister Humphreys for their leadership and vision We would also like to thank all of our allies in the Dáil and Seanad for their support Finally we simply would not be here without the work of all the trans activists and organisations that made this legislation possible TENI Chief Executive Broden Giambrone According to TENI Ireland will become the fourth country in the world to specifically introduce legislation based on self determination Ireland has joined Argentina Denmark Malta and most recently Colombia in removing all medical criteria from the legal recognition process This means there is no requirement for medical interventions or diagnosis of a mental disorder Trans people over the

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  • Beauty Column – And the bronze medal goes to … » Inside Ireland
    full time BA Irish degree programme on Belfast Campus Home Lifestyle raquo Beauty Column And the bronze medal goes to Beauty Column And the bronze medal goes to July 12 2015 Share Tweet By Lynn Gilmour As we head into the summer season our beauty column looks at cosmetics with that bronzed hue Beauty Column And the bronze medal goes to Bronze may be the third medal position but add some of its shine to your beauty routine and you ll feel like a winner Get an instant hit of radiance thanks to Rimmel Sunshimmer Bronze Goddess a 3 in 1 shimmering powder bronzer Or try the innovative Sunkissed Bronzing Rocks These beautiful hand made bronzing rocks deliver a perfect balance of colour and radiance to your skin The big Sunkissed Bronzing Rocks are hand made using a blend of three shades of bronzing powder and light reflecting particles to give your skin a perfect balance of colour and radiance The colour adheres to your brush easily to provide effortless coverage Suitable for all skin Or what about Revlon Highlighting Palette Bronze Glow This gives a silky feel on skin and blends evenly over cheeks for smooth application Photochromatic pigments bend reflect and diffuse light to provide cheeks with a beautiful glow Make your eyes sparkle courtesy of Barry M Bold Waterproof Eyeliner in Bronze This luxurious eyeliner applies as smoothly as a liquid with the precision of a pencil And give nails a glow thanks to Rimmel Kate Salon Pro Bronze this gives up to 10 days chip resistant nail colour with a gel shine finish in an amazing shade created by Kate Moss Includes their precision maxi brush for salon perfection at home Comments Comments are closed Latest Lifestyle Themed Thursday Beauty Column Conceal the truth This week

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  • Lifestyle » Inside Ireland
    in the latest cosmetics Themed Thursday Beauty Column Lime is fine This week s beauty column looks at adding oomph into your day with some lime themed cosmetics Fundraising for the only charity in Northern Ireland which works exclusively for those with depression Fundraising for the only charity in Northern Ireland which works exclusively for those with depression continued with a Disney themed night in aid of Aware Defeat Depression in Derry Themed Thursday Beauty Column Very vanilla This week s beauty column looks at the theme of Vanilla in some of the latest cosmetics Themed Thursday Beauty Column Tangerine Dream This week s beauty column looks at those wanting a hit of citrus energy look no further than a few of the vibrant tangerine products on the market Themed Thursday Beauty Column Roses are red This week s beauty column Themed Thursday looks at the exciting colour of red in the latest beauty cosmetics Beauty Column Salt of the Earth This week s beauty column looks at the theme of salt in the latest cosmetics Beauty Column The throes of passion This week s bank holiday beauty column looks at the theme of passion in the latest cosmetics Themed Thursday Beauty Column the soft touch This week s beauty column looks at the theme of soft in the latest cosmetics Beauty Column Cross my palm with silver This week s beauty column looks at its theme of silver in some of the latest cosmetics Beauty Column Blueberry mood This week s beauty column looks at theme of blueberry in the latest cosmetics out there Bank Holiday Beauty Column What a pear This week s bank holiday beauty column looks at the wonders of the pear in the latest cosmetics Themed Thursday Beauty Column I wanna see your peacock This

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  • The Chocolate Lover’s Blog: A goodie in the Ulster Museum Café and a walk does me! » Inside Ireland
    and find more details there to enter With the lovely weather finally here I love taking walks in the sun at The Botanical Gardens right next to the Queens University in Belfast And because I can t go even a couple of hours without stuffing my face I tell myself how I ve earned a trip to the Ulster Museum namely The Yellow Door Café situated INSIDE the museum Ulster Museum Botanic Gardens University Street Belfast The café boasts such a wonderful array of sweet score and savoury treats such as lemon meringue buns caramel cupcakes chocolate cupcakes caramel square I ve had AT LEAST one of everything and loved it It s a magical place and I can t wait for my next trip there As well as this I always get in the mood to bake myself and with the recession still in place these wee treats can really perk us all up a bit The wonderful smell of baked goodies permeating the home the amazing combinations My friend recently made lemon and coconut buns I couldn t stop raving about them for so many weeks SO tasty You MUST try them I also find decorating relaxing the bun cases sparkles and glitter lots and lots of possibilities just take a wee trip to your local Tesco s and load up With this amount of treats I can forget Fashion Week We d be delighted to hear of all your recipes and experiments in the kitchen simply leave a comment below Hope you all enjoy your baking Can t wait to hear what you all make Love The Chocolate Lover Comments Comments are closed Latest Blog Blog Involvement in elections is a most remarkable wearying voluntary thing yet it is democracy in action With the British General Election

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  • Starbucks in British mistake » Inside Ireland
    things we most certainly are not Yesterday outrage broke out over twitter as StarbucksIE asked us What makes you proud to be British Irish Tweeters came out in force to prove they were less than loyal subjects and that they most certainly where not proud to be called British and in less than an hour Starbucks was trending throughout Ireland For years we have sat by as stars such as Bono Barry McGuigan Liam Neeson and Padraig Harrington have all been claimed to be British by our friendly neighbours But was this just a bad PR move from the International franchise or a very smart move playing on our sensitivities It got everyone talking not just in Ireland North and South but in the UK as well they doubled in followers and trended it s a marketing team s dream that won t damage the brand They even waited four hours before tweeting this apology We erroneously posted to our Irish Twitter page meaning to post to the UK only Customers in Ireland We re sorry Which then sparked off even more discussion but it was all in good fun one thing that is most certain about us Irish is that we have a great sense of humour Comments Comments are closed Latest Blog Blog Involvement in elections is a most remarkable wearying voluntary thing yet it is democracy in action With the British General Election over and Dáil by elections on 22nd May this month s blog looks at the experience of someone who has worked in many different roles during election campaigns Ah yes I remember it well My first ever Ryder Cup TV moment Acting Editor of InsideIreland ie Ciarán Hanna writes about watching his first ever golfing match on TV the 1991 Ryder Cup and how

    Original URL path: http://insideireland.ie/2012/06/06/starbucks-in-british-mistake-72611/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Northern Ireland constituency guide ahead of Westminster General Election » Inside Ireland
    easily by Ian Paisley jr taking over from his father in 2010 with nearly half the vote Minor interest in battle for second Unionist party between Ulster Unionists and TUV Antrim South DUP defending against Ulster Unionist This seat has changed hands several times this century and is held currently by Rev William McCrea for the DUP It is an Ulster Unionist target coming from less than 2000 down last time though this gap trebled in subsequent elections Belfast East Alliance defending against DUP First Minister of Northern Ireland Peter D Robinson MLA lost his Westminster seat in 2010 Pic Courtesy of DUP Online This seat was won in a three way marginal by Peter Robinson of the DUP in 1979 from the Ulster Unionists and Alliance subsequently a Unionist pact saw it safely in DUP hands However a three way contest went the way of Alliance s Naomi Long in 2010 the Unionists are attempting a pact to regain it through the DUP s Gavin Robinson Belfast North DUP to hold A Unionist pact has secured this seat for the DUP Leader in the Commons Nigel Dodds Belfast South SDLP defending against all comers This seat went DUP 24 SDLP 24 and Alliance 20 in 2011 so is at least a three way between Jonathan Bell Alasdair McDonnell and Paula Bradshaw Sinn Féin is running Mairtín Ó Muilleoir as a two stop strategy to make it a four way in future Belfast West SF to hold One of the safest Sinn Féin seats in the country is Belfast West Paul Maskey won this with well over half the vote in a recent by election taking over from SF Party President Gerry Adams who held it from 1997 Down North Independent to hold Independent former Ulster Unionist Lady Hermon should have a comfortable enough gap with tactical votes to see off popular DUP challenger Alex Easton Down South SDLP to hold Former SDLP Leader Margaret Ritchie has nearly half the vote at Westminster level here Fermanagh South Tyrone SF defending against Ulster Unionist Having won by 52 in 2001 and 4 in 2010 popular Sinn Féin incumbent faces another race to 47 against pact backed Ulster Unionist Tom Elliott Foyle SDLP to hold Popular SDLP incumbent Mark Durkan has no trouble attracting Unionist votes to win this seat easily Lagan Valley DUP to hold DUP have certain safe seats in Northern Ireland with Londonderry East one of them DUP defector Jeffrey Donaldson held the seat comfortably in 2005 and has around half the vote Londonderry East DUP to hold DUP Executive winner Gregory Campbell has never had any trouble here after gaining it in 2001 Mid Ulster SF to hold Francie Molloy s slipped below half the vote in a recent by election but held on easily Newry Armagh SF to hold A bizarre joint Unionist challenge and an SDLP campaign which has made no serious cross community effort will see the only non incumbent defending at this election Mickey

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