Bellamianta, the ultimate beauty secret behind DWTS

The secret to this season’s RTÉ Dancing with the Stars Ireland contestants’ glow? Only Ireland’s number one luxury tanning brand, Bellamianta, of course.

Bellamianta Luxury Tan are thrilled to announce their much-loved beauty brand as the official tanning partner of Dancing with the Stars Ireland 2018. From hosts Amanda Byram, Nicky Byrne and Blathnaid Treacy to the Dancing with the Stars Ireland contestants Britain’s Next Top Model Finalist Alannah Berine, Camogie Champion Anna Geary, Actor Bernard O’Shea,  Actress & Comedian Deirdre O’Kane, Former Fitness Model and Conor McGregor’s sister Erin McGregor, Singer Jake Carter, Broadcaster Maia Dunphy, Commentator Marty Morrissey, Business Woman Norah Casey, Olympian Rob Heffernan and former Munster Rugby star Tomás O’Leary – Bellamianta will take care of the entire cast’s tanning needs ahead of each live show. As the competition begins to heat up and the celebrities are put through their paces each week, hoping to strike gold on the night and impress the judges, there’s one performance they won’t have to worry about: the work of their golden glow.

Linda Stinson, co-founder of Bellamianta says“Back again for year two! I am delighted Bellamianta has been chosen as the ‘Official Tanning Partner’ for Dancing With The Stars Ireland. We are working hard behind the scenes each week to ensure that all the stars and dancers are #bellabronzed and glowing. There is a fantastic line up this year and the competition is fierce. Make sure and tune in every Sunday to find out which couple will nab this year’s winning glitterball trophy.”

 

For this season of Dancing with the Stars Ireland, the perfect Bellamianta application – sprayed by the brand’s top tanning technicians – not only serves as a beautiful, natural tan that’s nourishing to their skin, but a sure fire recipe for self-confidence, ensuring the stars look and feel their best for each hotly anticipated performance.

‘Fail to prepare, prepare to fail’ is a beloved motto of Bellamianta and while we’ll have to wait each week to see how they fare with their various dancing challenges, there’s no doubt that they’ll enjoy top scores all round when it comes to their coveted glow. Tanning mishaps are often cause for concern, but with Ireland’s number one luxury tanning brand, this is one thing they needn’t feel nervous about.

Meanwhile, RTE are thrilled to join forces with a home-grown Irish beauty brand. Ruth Kennedy, RTÉ Sponsorship say’s:

“Dancing with the Stars is back after a hugely successful first series in 2017 on RTÉ One, adding some much needed glitz and glamour to our screens on Sunday Evenings at 6.30pm.  11 Brand new celebrities with their professional dancing partners step out of their comfort zones and onto the dancefloor, each hoping to claim the much coveted glitter ball trophy at the end of the series. We are delighted to partner with the Irish owned Luxury Tan brand Bellamianta as the official tan of Dancing with the Stars Ireland on RTÉ in 2018, and we look forward to a successful partnership.”

Follow Bellamianta over the course of this season of Dancing with the Stars Ireland, as they bring you behind the scenes coverage from the show, details of each product used and the professional techniques involved, exclusive beauty tips from your favourite stars, expert tanning insights and so much more. From fool-proof secrets on how to fake the perfect bronzed look to the celebrities’ guide for effortlessly removing tan, consider Bellamianta your official partner for all things tan.

About Bellamianta

When you cross beauty with skin-based nutrition, you arrive at Bellamianta. Healthy, clean formulas that don’t compromise on performance. Bellamianta pride themselves on the premium and health-conscious nature of their products all of which are kind to skin; this self-tanning range is free from parabens, harsh chemicals, parfums, alcohol, GMOs, animal derivatives, sulfates, silicones and petrochemicals. What’s left is the good stuff. The perfect glow for any performance.