Two London department stores have given their newest beauty spaces a bustling, market-place feel, filled with a highly edited selection of products. In September, Selfridges opened the Beauty Workshop, a 5,000-square-foot space that carries 50 different brands and offers services such as tanning treatments, manicures and blow-dries. That same month, Harvey Nichols debuted Beauty Mart on the third floor of its London flagship. Conceived by beauty journalist Anna-Marie Solowij and Millie Kendall, who cofounded Ruby & Millie cosmetics, the area spotlights the duo’s hand-picked selection of products from around 100 brands. Here, Nina Jones tours the two new spaces.
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