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Charlotte Tilbury chooses Liverpool One for its first UK store outside London


Charlotte Tilbury chooses Liverpool One for its first store outside London
// Charlotte Tilbury has chosen Liverpool for its first UK store outside of the capital
// The store will feature a private space where customers can have one-to-one makeup consultations or take part in group and private events

Charlotte Tilbury will be opening to its first UK standalone store outside of London, in the Liverpool One retail centre later this Autumn.

Its first UK opening in six years, the 1,000 square foot ‘Charlotte Tilbury Beauty Wonderland’ will launch in October,  joining the luxury beauty retailer’s presence globally in locations including London, Los Angeles, Dubai and Hong Kong.

The store’s expert retail artists will give customers access to the make-up secrets of the red carpet, skincare services and industry-leading shade matching and skin analysis.


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The Liverpool store will also feature the Beauty Boudoir – a private space where shoppers can have private make-up consultations with tailored 1-2-1 appointments as well as group and private event bookings available.

Grosvenor director of asset management Alison Clegg said: “Charlotte Tilbury’s selection of Liverpool ONE as their regional debut site is testament not only to the destination’s draw for international brands, but also our positioning at the forefront of retail trends, such as tech-led beauty.

“We’re proud to be welcoming the global beauty powerhouse to Liverpool ONE in October, and are confident the brand will be a huge success as part of our diverse and experience-driven retail line up.”

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