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The new Issue of STELLAR hits the shelves tomorrow. It is jammers with great features like 50 First Dates…That Don’t Involve Booze, and Why Everyone Needs A Mentor, plus your monthly dose of fabulous beauty and gorgeous fashion. And as if that wasn’t enough, STELLAR Bride, a 50-page bonus wedding special. All this and more for just €2, ah go on, you know you want one…

New Issue Out Thursday...

If you want a weekend filled with fashion, style and shopping rather than rugby girls then there is only one place to head this weekend and that’s the RDS. The Xpose show with all its glamour and glitz and presenters has been taken on the road once again this year. Check out our very own Stellar stand and drop by to say hi and nab your mag for half price at a €1! This year there will be fashion and beauty masterclasses held where our very own Fashion Editor, Corina Gaffey will be dishing the tips on all the latest trends. Plus as always there is the fashion show where top Irish models will strut down the catwalk.

A weekend not to be missed by any fashionista girlies.

New STELLAR out today! It’s all about fashion darling in this month’s issue…

Get your fashion fix with STELLAR’s..

*Ultimate Catwalk Report *Definitive guide to buying vintage *A-Z Fashion Glossary *New Luxury + plus much much more – Pick up a copy to find out!

Plus it is only €2! Hot new price! Still same amazing quantity!

But be quick as at that price it’s gonna fly of the shelves -so pick up your copy today!


Melanoma Awareness Month

Did you know?

  • Ireland has among the highest skin cancer rates in Europe with over 5,000 new cases of the disease every year.
  • In Ireland, 1 in every 10 women will develop skin cancer by the age of 74 years.
  • 66% of Irish people have a higher risk of developing Skin Cancer because of their skin type.
  • 90% of all skin cancers are preventable. Virtually all the risk comes from the sun and sun beds/sun lamps.

Scary stuff from the Irish Cancer Society we know, but the good folks a La Roche-Posay are using May – Melanoma Skin Cancer Awareness Month – to try to turn these statistics around and make Irish women more aware of their skin in the sun. They’ve just launched a brand spanking new website which is packed with information and tips for healthy skin habits and being melanoma aware. The website even has a quiz to test your skin cancer risk and a super helpful guide for checking out your moles. 

If you’re craving even more info than the new site has to offer, get your ass to a free Melanoma Skin Cancer Public Awareness lecture on May 14 at 6pm in the Royal College of Surgeons. There you’ll get a expert’s run-down of all you need to know about Melanoma and its prevention. (Book yourself and a mate a spot at

And that’s not all girlies..During the month of May, patients without health insurance who are referred by their GP to Eccles Clinic will be seen by a plastic surgeon for free for diagnosis and treatment where necessary. If the mole is suspicious, they will receive free surgery and the excised mole with will be sent to the pathology department at the Mater Private Hospital, where it will be examined for free. So no more excuses for procrastinating, get yourself checked out…90% of early melanoma detected on time can be cured, so it really ain’t worth taking the risk now is it?

Stay safe people, wear sun cream…yep, even in Ireland.  

Lily Cole for Rimmel Lyrca Nail Polish Rimmel

Our ‘lil sister KISS magazine is loving Rimmel’s new Lycra Nail Polish, they having been snapping up shades like 391 Celebrity Bash, which is a deep dark red, and 400 Blue Vogue, which is a beautiful midnight blue.

Why all this obsession over a nail polish? Well, one stroke does your whole nail in an instant. It has a brush that is a wide and flat design and can adapt to all nail shapes – which means mistake-free, perfect nails in seconds. Not only that – the wonder nail polish promises up to 10 days super-durable colour.

Available now in 21 shades and it is priced €5.55 – bargain!


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