happenings this month Month Long Beauty Festival Launches In Dubai
Month Long Beauty Festival Launches In Dubai
Updated on 20 September 2022

Nakheel Mall has launched a unique beauty festival, Beauty Unbound.

The festival held till 16 October will bring the biggest skincare, haircare and wellness brands together. 

The month-long event is dedicated to beauty fanatics and is offering a one-stop destination to shop from various brands, host immersive experiences and hold masterclasses from experts.

Some of the brands will include the British skincare brand, Elemis, a French luxury retailer for body, hair and skin products, L'Occitane En Provence, an organic brand, Ixora and Parisian haircare brand, Myriam K.

Attendees can enjoy testing new products, shopping from sustainable and cruelty-free ranges as well as listening to experts share their thoughts on all things beauty and wellness.

For more information, visit the Nakheel Mall website.

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