Limerick's Sarah bags a top beauty job in Brown Thomas

Limerick's Sarah bags a top beauty job in Brown Thomas

Sarah Morris, beauty stylist

A MAKE-UP artist with a wealth of experience in the industry has taken up the role of beauty stylist at Brown Thomas Limerick - the first position of its kind outside of Dublin.

Sarah Morris, 29, has been appointed as the Limerick store’s in-house beauty stylist. Her role will see her share her make-up expertise across all the brands in the revamped beauty hall.

“I’m trained across all of the brands. I do make-up and consultations, so, opposed to you going in and dealing with one person trained in one brand, I look after all of the brands. It’s like a personal shopping service for the beauty hall,” she explained.

A former student of Laurel Hill secondary school, Sarah began working for Brown Thomas 10 years ago.

“I worked for Chanel and Mac and then I was in Vancouver for the last three years. I was working as a make-up artist doing freelance over there - a lot of weddings and photoshoots.”

While there are three personal beauty stylists in the Dublin store, this is the first position of its kind in Limerick.

To avail of Sarah’s expertise, ladies can ring Sarah to book an appointment or, alternatively, they can go in and meet her in the store.

“If you are stuck in a rut and using the same things for years and you want to change it up but you are not quite sure what brands to go for, I will be able to talk you through the brands and advise you on what would be the best thing for you,” explained Sarah who is originally from Raheen and now lives in Killaloe.

Ladies can also bring in their make-up bag for Sarah to assess and make recommendations. “I can have a look and see a few bits that you might be missing. We can take the things that you love and keep them and replace them with things you need.”

Sarah, who is the daughter of the Leader's golf columnist Ivan Morris and his wife Marie, is also a keen golfer and is a member of both Limerick Golf Club and Lahinch Golf Club. She is back playing golf again after a break from the game and her lowest handicap would have been 15.

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