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Inglot’s Lucy Fitz palette is here!

Thursday, 18th July, 2019 10:30am

Get yourself to an Inglot store as today marks the launch of a new collaboration between the makeup giant and teen blogger, Lucy Fitzgibbon.

The 18-year-old social media influencer has teamed up with Inglot on her own palette which launches today, Thursday 18 July.

The palette consists of six deep, dusty, warm eyeshadows which are complimented by a golden, dewy highlighter – perfect for summer season!

All the shades were individually handpicked and designed by Lucy, who said: “Creating and launching my own palette with Inglot Cosmetics is something I would never have imagined happening in my wildest dreams. Inglot, for me, was the start of my love for makeup and inspired me to pursue that passion through social medial.

“It just goes to show that a little bit of determination, passion and self belief can make any dream come true – no matter how big or small. I have put everything into this palette, from shade selection and design – it totally encompasses my personal style.”

Jane Swarbrigg, Inglot Ireland Director, said: “This is an especially exciting year for us at Inglot as we celebrate ten years in business with a bang, revealing ten exciting projects in 2019 including three collaborations with well-known influencers.

“I’ve known Lucy since the start of her career and hugely respect her as a makeup artist and business woman and she is a fantastic role model for the young women. Lucy’s work ethic and determination has always been quite remarkable and she continued to blow me away over the last few months while working together. Lucy was also insistent that her skin in professional shots was not retouched I applaud her for this she is simply a breath of fresh air in the industry.”

The new Lucy Fitz palette launches in all stores nationwide today and on

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