Style Me Wonderful – Natasha Doyle Salon Thurles

It is more blessed to give than to receive.” Acts 20:35.

Recessionary times were briefly forgotten here in Thurles on Thursday night last, as customers from Boutique Salon, Parnell Street,  joined St Vincent de Paul members and volunteers, for what turned out to be a most informative and truly enjoyably gala event.

The event, which began at 7.30pm and aptly entitled “Style Me Wonderful,” was the brain child of Natasha Doyle, owner/proprietor of Boutique Salon, and her team, who are situated on Parnell Street here in Thurles, working closely with local charity members and volunteers who actively support that remarkable charity, St Vincent de Paul.

St Vincent de Paul

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVP) needs no introduction from me, being the largest, voluntary, charitable organisation here in Ireland. Its membership of some 10,500 volunteers throughout Ireland are supported by a professional staff, all working for social justice and the creation of a more just, caring society. This unique network of social concern also gives practical support to those experiencing poverty and social exclusion, by providing a wide range of services to people in need.

Our video captures just some of the large crowd of attendees who supported this truly entertaining social event.

Style Me Wonderful

The main attraction for the evening was a visit from Corporate & Personal Image Consultant Caroline Ryan. Caroline is a much sought after ‘Image Consultant,’ whose goal is to help people gain confidence and fulfilment by developing their own personal image.  Caroline’s passion lies not in fashion but in the art of easy, timeless style, and works closely with her clients, teaching them how to create their own unique style which matches their body shape, tastes, personality and lifestyle needs.

As well as being an experienced Style-Coach, Caroline has worked for many years as a marketing professional, specialising in the fields of business marketing, brand management, public relations, customer care and service quality.  Caroline is also an experienced radio presenter having presented and produced a variety of shows over the past four years.

Christophe Issaad (Manager “The Watermill,”) latter Thurles town’s newest & most impressive licensed hostelry, was also on hand to oversee the distribution of a magnificent array of finger foods, taking the form of Canapé and Bouchée and to pour that ever welcome glass of wine, chosen especially for the occasion by Natasha for this charity event.

Boots Pharmacy Thurles were on hand in the forms of the lovely Emma Rossitor (Assistant Manager Boots) & Martha Dempsey (Weekend Beauty Advisor Boots) both measuring skin colour and matches to perfect skin-true foundation using  the pharmacy’s new No 7 Foundation Match Made Service, to the large assembly gathered.

Hats by Carmel,” (Carmel Moore, Tel No 0504-23181) from Monaincha House, Roscrea, Co Tipperary was amongst those showing off just some of her large range of millinery, each hat & fasinator, all hand-crafted with love & made to order, just ideal & so essential for today’s Ladies Day outing at the races, that special family wedding or indeed any special occasion.

From Natasha & Team at Boutique Salon a big, big ‘Thank You,’ to all associated with this major charity Thurles event, which we hope will now be added to the calendar of annual Thurles social events.

Spot Prizes.

A special ‘Thank You,’ also to Tipperary businesses who supplied such wonderful spot-prizes: Kobii Café / Deli, Bridge House, Liberty Square,- La Chateau, Liberty Square, – Ni Riain Photography, Cassestown, Thurles, – Jim McSherry Jewellers, Friar Street, – The Bridge Restaurant, Parnell Street, – Lough Derg Chocolates Newtown, Nenagh, – The Nail Bar, Thurles Shopping Centre, – Caroline Ryan Image Consultant, – Boots, Shopping Centre, Thurles, – Carmel Moore Monaincha House, Roscrea, and last but by no means least The Watermill Pub.

Natasha Doyle Boutique Salon Thurles Tipperary

Natasha Doyle started hairdressing in 2000 with Peter Mark in Kilkenny and was the first Junior Stylist to graduate with a full Distinction 13, latter securing her a place with the internationally renowned hair dressing company & UK based chain Toni & Guy. Here she further continued her training to become a hair cutting specialist.

Now working between Dublin and Kilkenny, the decision was made to return to her home town of Thurles and open her own Salon. Thus on April 3rd 2009, the now thriving “Boutique Salon,” situated on Parnell Street, was born, turning her long awaited dream into a reality.

Natasha, still to date, continues her business education & is a regular attendee at Toni and Guy courses held both in Ireland and London, and as a label m concept Salon, Natasha thus maintains a direct link with the company keeping up to date and on current trend with all that is fashion in hair.

In 2011, following a selection and assessment process, Natasha was chosen as one of just 10 people in Ireland to progress her chosen career, having applied for a Masters Degree course and she later graduated with a Masters in Colouring Techniques, following completion of  the L’Oreal Colour Specialist degree course, latter the highest accolade that can be achieved with hair colouring in Ireland.

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