Superdrug welcomes host of celebrities at Superdrug Presents
Last night’s Superdrug Presents event was attended by a host of celebrities including Amanda Holden, Liberty Poole, Georgina Harrison and Imogen Thomas.
The retailer’s biggest beauty and health experience also saw Love Islanders Ellie Spence, Anna-May Robey, Kaz Kawmi and Georgia Steel having treatments in Superdrug’s Beauty Studio, and Married at First Sight stars Jenna, Zoe and Sophie enjoying a range of interactive beauty brand experiences with brands such as Batiste, Eyelure and Revolution.
Meanwhile hosts Ki & Dee (Chiara Hunter and Diana Vickers) kept the night’s crowd informed of all the proceedings.
Open to customers over the next three days at the Truman Brewery in London, the ‘ultimate health and beauty playground’ will be offering exclusive interactive masterclasses hosted by industry insiders such as 3ina, Eylure and CeraVe. Customers will also have the chance to meet celebrities and influencers and find out more about the brands taking part.
Superdrug will also be treating attendees to free treatments, makeovers, hairstyling and tutorials from brands such as E.L.F, Revolution and Batiste, as well as the Superdrug Beauty Studio.
Helen Flaxman, head of customers and communication at Superdrug, said: “We are thrilled to be welcoming customers to Superdrug Presents and are excited to be able to bring together and celebrate the best in health and beauty. With more experiences, more masterclasses and even more attendees, we want to ensure that Superdrug Presents is a space for visitors to fully immerse themselves in their favourite brands, as well as enjoying unique Superdrug experiences.”
Superdrug said it still has some tickets available for Friday and Sunday priced at £29.99 for Health & Beautycard members and £39.99 for non-Health & Beautycard holders. The cost includes entrance to the event, masterclass tickets and a goody bag worth over £300.
Launched in 2019, this is the first time that the event has been run since the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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