Making it Work: Beauty roadshow looks to change mindset on cosmetic surgery

Organiser Liz Dwyer says the Future Beauty roadshow in Dublin in January will be like a ‘Web Summit for the aesthetics industry’

15th October, 2021
Making it Work: Beauty roadshow looks to change mindset on cosmetic surgery
Liz and Nikki Dwyer, founders of Future Beauty are pictured as they hosted a media launch to announce the return of the live show to the RDS in January 29-30 2022

Liz Dwyer wants people to be honest about their cosmetic surgery habits.

“We still have this big issue in Ireland where people are still a bit coy about the whole aesthetic industry,” the journalist turned entrepreneur said.

“They’re still like: ‘Oh no, I wouldn’t be getting botox or anything like that.’ And you’re like: ‘Okay, I think we’ve all moved on from that in this day and age.’”...

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