These beauty pop-ups are the best way to shop for the products you love
During each session, guests can join Caroline and a few friends (who you most certainly be familiar with if you follow Caroline’s social media channels) live for Honest Hirons – a candid conversation on skincare and beyond, as well as explore the immersive space, learning about skincare and the curated edit of products. Plus, there will be an exclusive chance to snap up one of the exclusive Hall of Fame Kits as well as brand merchandise before it all launches online.
Vieve Pop-Up, 29th October to 5th November, Glasgow
Following a wildly successful inaugural year, makeup artist Jamie Genevieve‘s brand Vieve is temporarily setting up shop in Princes Square in Glasgow to showcase their best-selling make-up products, including the GLAMOUR Beauty Power List Award winning Skin Dew.
Not only that but Jamie has invited along some special guests to come along, including the Psychic Sisters for mystic fortune telling and her go-to hairstylist Jack Baxter, who will be creating Jamie’s signature waves using Ghd’s latest heat tools. There will also be the chance to get your Vieve lipstick or palettes personalised by Laila Lettering (which make the perfect Christmas gifts), and a chance to get a customised Vieve nail look from the NAF! Salon team.
Plus, lucky attendees can also pick up one of the coveted “Joie de VIEVE” sweatshirts, which makes the visit worthwhile in and of itself.
The House of Eldridge, 30th October to end of December, Covent Garden
Also in Covent Garden, i.e. the beauty centre of the city, is The House of Eldridge, makeup artist and founder Lisa Eldridge’s first ever bricks and mortar space, which opens its doors on 30th October until the end of December.
The pop-up studio will offer a sneak peak at Lisa’s much anticipated upcoming Seamless Skin The Foundation (because, quite frankly, who wouldn’t want to have skin like her?) as well as a chance to be shade-matched and given application advice before the product is even available online.
Plus, attendees will be able to browse (and even buy!) pieces from Lisa’s epic vintage makeup collection, which consists of over 1000 rare products, some of which date back to over 100 years ago and include treasures like Audrey Hepburn’s Cartier lipstick holder.