We’re Going To See An Irish Beauty Brand In The Love Island Villa This Year

Keep your eyes peeled for this incredible range.

 

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Love Island is fast approaching and we’ve never been so ready. On June 6th, all the drama and cracking on will return as 11 fresh faces take to a NEW villa in Mallorca for a summer of romance.

On Monday, Love Island introduced us to this year’s first batch of contestants or “OGs” as they’re called with everyone else who enters after known as a “bombshell”. And one of this year’s contestants is Dubliner and microbiologist, Dami Hope.

Flying the flag for Ireland alongside presenter Laura Whitmore, it looks as though there’s even MORE Irish set for the villa, as we’re going to see a major beauty brand stocked in the iconic glam room.

Often where plenty of tea is spilled, where Maura had her iconic spat with Tom – who remembers that? And where the girls do their makeup and hair, there’s one brand that you’re going to have to keep your eyes peeled for on the vanity tables this year.

Yes, Sculpted by Aimee will be among the brands stocked in the villa this year thanks to the show’s beauty sponsor BOOTS.

Speaking in a press release, BOOTS noted that for the second year of the partnership, they’re excited to incorporate some new brands and we’re buzzing with the news.

17. Cosmetics, Makeup Revolution and Sculpted by Aimee will all be stocked in the villa, with Irish Influencer, CEO and founder, Aimee Connolly sharing her excitement to see her brand make its way to Love Island.

“We are beyond excited Sculpted by Aimee will be in the villa this summer and can’t wait to tune in each night and check out the Love Islanders Sculpted beauty picks.”

Sculpted products Hydraglo Serum, Beauty Base and Second Skin Foundation are sure to have the islanders looking their best for challenges, fire pits chats and everything else in between. A massive win for the brand, and a STELLAR fave, we’ve got to admit!

This year, the main fashion sponsor ISAWITFIRST has been replaced for 2022 to put sustainability at the forefront. eBay will now partner with Love Island, the first time ever that the show has ditched fast fashion.

 

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“We are thrilled to be pairing up with eBay this year as our pre-loved fashion partner,” the reality show’s executive producer Mike Spencer has revealed. “As a show we strive to be a more eco-friendly production with more focus on ways in which we can visibly show this on screen.

“This partnership will see our Islanders get to dive into the shared wardrobes and help themselves to some incredible pre-loved clothes sourced from Ebay. We aim to inspire our demographic and show that there are incredible finds to be had and how sharing is, in some small way, caring.”

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Love Island returns next week, June 6th to Virgin Media One and Virgin Media Player. 

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