GLAMOUR Festival comes to Manchester
Date published: 28 October 2019
GLAMOUR festival comes to Manchester this weekend
The upcoming GLAMOUR Beauty Festival which is making its debut in Manchester will take place between Saturday 2nd - Sunday 3rd November 2019.
The festival will bring GLAMOUR beauty to life, with treatments, expert advice and famous faces all under one roof.
The Boots area will be full of this year’s most talked about launches, from Fenty Beauty, Becca, Lime Crime and Florence by Mills, it will be the go-to place for party season inspiration.
Over the weekend, guests can spend the morning, afternoon or whole day exploring the different zones from hair, skincare, make-up, fragrance and aesthetics in a beauty lover's theme park.
There will be a number of notable brands in attendance, including, Boots, who will showcase a huge range of exciting brands The Ordinary, Estee Lauder and Too Faced, as well as Huda Beauty, Elizabeth Arden, Clinique, Allergan, to name but a few.
All of the beauty brands will be offering treatments.
Speakers at the event will include the likes of Gemma Styles, Candice Braithwaite and Kaz Crossley.
Other brands that guests will be able to experience from Boots at the festival include: Ole Henriksen, Sleek, Josh Wood Colour, Milane Cosmetics, Estée Lauder, Clinique, Becca, Origins, Too Faced, Michael Kors Fragrance, Smashbox, Bumble and Glamglow.
Every visitor will receive a goodie bag with contents worth over £340 containing products from Fenty, Clinique, Huda Beauty, Pixi, Elizabeth Arden, Caudalie, Bumble and Bumble, Sarah Jessica Parker Fragrance, Estée Lauder, Urban Decay and more.
The GLAMOUR Beauty Festival in Manchester in association with Boots will take place at the Manchester Central Convention Complex, Windmill St, Manchester M2 3GX.
The Oldham Evening Chronicle will be there to catch up with Editor in Chief Deborah Joseph.
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