Vogue is also bringing back their iconic beauty event. For the fourth year, the event will take place between May 10th and May 14th. Tickets are currently on sale and the events are taking place online.
The event will cover various topics and give you the opportunity to learn more about beauty techniques from the experts themselves. The agenda of this event is available below.
Monday 10th May – 7pm – Kérastase
Me, My Hair, and I: A celebration of Curls and Coils and everything in between with Kérastase
Tuesday 11th May – 7pm – Sunday Riley
From AM to PM: Your essential skincare routine from morning to night with Sunday Riley
Wednesday 12 May – 7pm – Jo Malone London
Scented Self-Care: Discover the Mood-Boosting Power of Fragrance with Jo Malone London
Thursday 13th May – 7pm – Dr. Barbara Sturm
The Ultimate SturmGlow Skin School: Vogue meets Dr. Barbara Sturm for the all-inclusive guide to glowing
Friday 14th May – 7pm – Christian Louboutin Beauty
Hit Reset: How to elevate your everyday make-up look with Christian Louboutin Beauty
Where can you get tickets from?
Tickets are available for £10/session or you can buy an all sessions pass for £25. Grab you tickets here.
I never attended Vogue’s 5 Days of Beauty Event before so I have no comments on what the content and organisation is like. By the sounds of it, the sessions seem more like masterclasses and as such, I would expect them to be informative and insightful sessions. If that is not the case, it would be a real shame. There are more and more such events taking place, sure they are rarely able to bring to us experts of this calibre, but given the fact that unlike other events this one comes without a goodie bag…(at least from what I know). The expectations fall on the content. Hopefully Vogue will deliver.
What do you think of this beauty event? Are you tempted to attend?
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**Feature photo credits: Vogue UK