Faces unveils all-new concept store
Dubai, November 13, 2011
Canadian cosmetic brand, Faces, which has over 70 stores in the GCC, has unveiled its new concept to its top stores with spectacular renovations.
Inspired by the pink Faces corporate “vibe” which is dispersed throughout the store, and designed by world-renowned Conran design group to convey Faces’ core values of passion, desire and freedom, the store exudes an atmosphere that is modern and sleek yet warm and welcoming, a statement from the retail outlet said.
The Fragrance area has various fragrances, either housed in sleek cabinets or free standing gondolas. At the end of each gondola, a glass display features the newest fragrances.
The Oriental fragrance hub offers scents like Oud, Patchouli and Sandalwood. It also houses axis products like makeup, fragrance and skincare from brand including Givenchy, Lancome and Dior, the statement said.
At the heart of the store the interactive Makeup Studio caters to every individual need, where customers can receive makeovers, consultations and discover the latest makeup shades.
The pampering beauty hub offers bath and shower indulgences from brands like Molton Brown, which are guaranteed to make bath time a luxury, it said.
The advanced beauty hub carries cutting edge cosmeceutical brands like Dr Brandt that provide the benefits of a doctor’s visit without the invasive surgery of appointment.
Skincare experts will offer mini-facials in soothing spa-like environment, equipped with comfortable seating, calming music, ambient lighting and state-of-the-art equipment at the beauty room, the statement said.
There will also be a “grab and go” unit located around the cash counter which features last minute quick pickups, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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