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We have been stockists for the ArtDeco make-up brand for the past 20 years. I absolutely love it as it is gentle on the skin and gives great coverage without blocking the pores.

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It's a professional make-up brand, easily hides redness and imperfections, giving even skin tone with perfect match foundation options. With an even complexion you will feel better about yourself, get the glow you have been dreaming about, and it'll bring out your features.

We have primers to even the skin texture and balance high colour, perfect tint light reflecting concealer, and several foundations suitable for different skin types. To increase the staying power of your make-up we offer a selection of powders. If you're stuck using the same products for the past few years and need a change, book in for a make-up demo and customised colour selection.

Concealer used correctly can make dark circles disappear. Our ArtDeco concealers will leave the skin looking refreshed when applied correctly. Apply the concealer under the eyes and to your t-zone to create some highlights. You can also apply it to blemishes.

Brushes are a great investment when trying to achieve a professional finished make-up look, plus, you use less product on the skin and can blend it in more evenly. You won't waste product on your hands which often ends up washing down the drain. Dab the concealer on to the face to make sure it's blended in smoothly. Go for a lighter colour that is slightly lighter than your own skin colour.

My all-time favourite foundation is the ArtDeco High Definition Foundation in a wide range of colours, and there's one suitable for every skin tone. HD cameras pick up everything from wrinkles to pores. This foundation is infused with hyaluronic acid to supply moisture to the skin and extract from the Viola Tricolour plant, panthenol and vitamin A and E to nourish the skin. The foundation contains pigments created using HPP technology (High Performing Pigments). These are characterised by their excellent performance, ultimate intensity and special radiance. It helps make the skin appear smoother and minimises the pore size. The liquid gives medium coverage without giving a mask-like effect.

To book an ArtDeco make-up colour match appointment or to find out more info call 064 6632966.

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Is it a good time to sell your property?

By Ted Healy of DNG TED HEALY Recently published property outlooks are suggesting single digit growth in prices this year. The MyHome.ie quarterly report found the market had held up […]

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By Ted Healy of DNG TED HEALY

Recently published property outlooks are suggesting single digit growth in prices this year.

The MyHome.ie quarterly report found the market had held up better than evidence had suggested in 2022. The number of vendors cutting asking prices remained at low levels, while many house prices were being settled above asking prices.

However, the report warned that the resilience of the housing marking is set to be tested this year. It found annual asking price inflation slowed to six percent nationwide, meaning the asking price for the average home in Ireland is now €330,000.

There were 15,000 available properties for sale on MyHome.ie in the fourth quarter of the year – an improvement on the same time last year but still below pre-pandemic levels.

Average time to sale agreed was 2.7 months nationwide which the report said is indicative of a very tight housing market.

The report said it expects to see 28,400 house completions in 2022, exceeding its previous forecast of 26,500 finished units.

The author of the report, Conall MacCoille, Chief Economist at stockbrokers Davy, said it appeared the market had held up better than evidence had suggested.

“The number of vendors cutting their asking prices is still at low levels. Also, transactions in Q4 were still being settled above asking prices, indicative of a tight market,” he said.

Recent months had seen worrying trends in the homebuilding sector, with housing starts slowing, and the construction PMI survey pointing to the flow of new development drying up.

“We still expect housing completions will pick up to 28,400 in 2022 and 27,000 in 2023. However, the outlook for 2024 is far more uncertain. The Government’s ambitious plans to expedite planning processes are welcome although, as ever, the proof will be in the pudding,” he added.

Locally, and unsurprisingly, the lack of supply of new and second-hand properties remains the dominant issue. There has been very little new construction due largely to the rising cost of construction, labour, materials and utilities which in turn is putting pressure on the second hand market.

This market proved particularly strong in 2022 with active bidding experienced on the majority of house sales and a large proportion of guide prices being generally exceeded.

The detached family home end of the market is particularly strong with increased competition for a limited number of available well located family homes.

So, what lies ahead and is it a good time to sell your property?

The answer is a tight market with scarcity of supply being a factor. If selling now you will benefit greatly from a lack of supply of available homes (therefore less competition) provided your property is marketed correctly of course!

For anyone considering placing their property on the market, contact DNG Ted Healy 064 6639000 killarney@dng.ie for genuine honest advice on how to achieve the best possible price for your home.

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Tourism VAT rate should be “continued indefinitely”

A Kerry Fianna Fáil Councillor believes the current 9% tourism VAT rate should be continued indefinitely despite “the allegation that some hotels were not passing on the saving to its […]

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A Kerry Fianna Fáil Councillor believes the current 9% tourism VAT rate should be continued indefinitely despite “the allegation that some hotels were not passing on the saving to its customers”.

The reduced VAT rate of 9% was introduced by the Government in response to the challenges posed by COVID-19 to the hospitality sector.

“I believe a return to a 13.5% Tourism VAT rate would be counterproductive at this stage, to small and medium businesses that welcome visitors to our country and our county,” Councillor Michael Cahill said.

“Catered food is already charged at 13.5%, alcohol at 23% and accommodation presently at 9%. This sector is providing pretty decent returns to the Exchequer and should be supported. All parties in this debate, including the Government and accommodation providers, should review their position and ensure their actions do not contribute to ‘killing the Goose that laid the Golden Egg’.”

He explained that the tourism industry is “in a very volatile market”, as can be seen by the enormous challenges “posed by COVID-19 in recent years”.

“A grain of rice could tip the balance either way and great care must be taken not to damage it irreparably. We are all aware that the next six to 12 months will be extremely difficult for many businesses with the increase in the cost of oil and gas, etc,, and a return to the 13.5% VAT rate will, in my opinion, close many doors. If a minority are ‘price gouging’, then it should be possible to penalise them and continue to support the majority who offer value for money to our visitors.”

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