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Blush bridal boutique announces new 'Face of Blush' for 2013

Published 22/02/2013

Face of Blush 2013 and bride-to-be Fionnuala Brady from Rostrevor pictured at The Merchant Hotel
Face of Blush 2013 and bride-to-be Fionnuala Brady from Rostrevor pictured at The Merchant Hotel
13 “Blush-ing” Brides gathered outside the steps of The Merchant Hotel as part of the Face of Blush Bridal Competition 2013. These beautiful brides were shortlisted from scores of entries that Blush received
Winning bride-to-be Fionnuala Brady’s entry that secured her place as a finalist for the Face of Blush 2013 competition

Chic Lisburn Road boutique, Blush, has just announced the winner of its fifth annual ‘Face of Blush’ competition following a beautiful and intimate judging event at the Merchant Hotel this month.

The lucky bride-to-be is Fionnuala Brady from Rostrevor who now can enjoy the run-up to her big day as she chooses dresses for both herself and her lucky mother from the store’s stunning collections.

A trainee based in Cambridgeshire, Fionnuala will also be featured on Blush’s advertising campaign for the next twelve months following a one-on-one photo shoot with renowned fashion photographer Khara Pringle. On the day itself, when she will tie the knot with Chris Gonzalez in France, Fionnuala will benefit from having her hair professionally styled by Lynette Murray from Blue Hairdressing and make-up by award-winning make up artist Caoimhe Curran. Also provided for this year’s winner is a range of highly sought after cosmetic treatments by facial specialist Martina Collins which will surely add to the experience of Fionnuala’s fairy-tale wedding.

The application process kicked off last summer and saw hundreds of hopeful fiancées from all over Ireland vie for the prestigious title for this sought-after store which sees women travel hundreds of miles to view their exclusive collections.


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