Pippa O’Connor announces one of her products is being discontinued

 Pippa O’Connor announces one of her products is being discontinued

Pippa O’Connor has announced that the ‘Pippa Palette’ is being discontinued.

The savvy businesswoman took to her Instagram stories to say that the eyeshadow and bronzer product is “coming to the end of its life”.

The Pippa Palette retails for €35
The Pippa Palette retails for €35

“I cannot believe it, It’s been around for four years now, which is just mad,” she said tagging the cosmetic and beauty brand she collaborated with, @blankcanvascosmetics.

She went on to talk about how herself, and the owner of Blank Canvas cosmetics, Una came up with the products and how its success surpassed all of their expectations.

“When we came up with the idea of doing the palette together, it was launched in the summer and we said we’ll do it ’til Christmas.

We did it with the intention of it being limited edition and every just loved it and they do still love it

Blank Canvas also took to their Instagram to pay tribute to the ‘staple’ product.

“After four years of continuous love and success, we are saying a fond farewell to the Pippa Palette,” they said.

"What fun we had with @pipsy_pie dreaming, brainstorming, creating, testing and making this gorgeous palette"

Don’t despair fans, the style icon did hint at another collaboration in the future.

Signing off, Pippa said: “Time to say farweel and move on but who knows what else might happen”

Stay tuned.


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