Suzanne Jackson enjoyed a gorgeous night out over the weekend to celebrate her birthday.
The entrepreneur has returned home to Ireland after spending the last few months in Portugal.
She and her husband Dylan headed out for a beautiful meal in the heart of Dublin.
She celebrated turning 39 at Italian restaurant, Rosa Madre.
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Suzanne looked gorgeous in a black velvet dress that featured jewel-embellished trim as well as a built-in corset.
And we’re simply obsessed!
The dress is from the brand Nadine Merabi and retails at €485. However, the gúna is currently sold out so if you want to add it to your wardrobe you’ll have to be patient.
Suzanne added an armful of bracelets to the look as well as some rings to add even more sparkle.
As for her makeup, she opted for a nude lip, focusing on a fluffy mascara look. And we’re obsessed!
Her brunette locks were styled into a bouncy and full blowdry.
“Birthday weekend with all my special people,” Suzanne captioned the gorgeous snap.
She was immediately inundated with congratulatory messages.
“Stunning!! Happy birthday beaut!!” Terrie McEvoy commented.
“Happy birthday Sue,” Rosanna Davison wrote.
“Happy birthday beautiful,” Audrey Hamilton told Suzanne.
Speaking on her broadcast channel, she wrote: “I’m writing to you from my couch in Ireland, filled with gratitude for the time off I’ve had to reconnect with myself and the world around me. After officially taking a year off from SOSU Cosmetics, I am thrilled to announce that I will be returning next week as the Creative Director.
“Many of you know that I have openly spoken about experiencing burnout. Throughout 2021 and 2022, I went through a phase in my businesses where I felt it was time to step back and explore new challenges and opportunities.
“Taking a period of rest allowed me to recharge, regroup, and redirect my attention… It is in these moments of reflection that we can come back stronger and more inspired than ever before.
“Now, I truly believe the time is right for me to return to business. I feel that everything happens for a reason, and I am filled with a renewed sense of purpose and passion.”