Monday, 30 March 2009

Happy 100th B'Day Selfridges

Ah, the haven that is Selfridges. You can't deny the empowering feeling that you get from pushing back those big heavy glass doors and rushing to the Beauty Hall. It's Mecca, for beauty lovers.

To celebrate the store's 100 B'Day, it's collaborating with some of the biggest names in the world of beauty to create limited edition beauty products in Selfridges’ iconic 109 pantone.

Like this world exclusive La Prairie Art of Bath Set Selfridges Centenary Special Edition (£280). Inside a delicious handcrafted white-lacquered wood box are all the makings of a totally pampering evening when you tell your husband/boyfriend to clear off and you turn off your mobile phone. Think aromatherapy, relaxation and utter indulgence.

In addition to cleansing, energising Cellular Bath Foam and smoothing, moisturising Cellular Bath and Body Oil, a selection of four natural oil blends and four fragrance oil blends are designed to add a relaxing or energising dimension to your bath water. Added by droplets to the Bath Foam or Bath and Body Oil in a special ceramic dish with its silvery mixing spoon, these oils enhance your 'me time' experience. And four fragrant votive candles with the same notes as the fragrance oils will help heighten your bathtime bliss.

Available exclusively from Selfridges beauty halls from May 2009. Selfridges' celebrations will start on 1st May and continue throughout the summer.

PS Check out the Beauty 100
Throughout the month of May Selfridges celebrate the best in beauty during its centenary month with the Beauty 100. The event will run every Thursday evening from 6pm – 9pm in association with Kiss FM and each week will include an exclusive personal appearance. Selfridges Oxford Street beauty hall will be the destination for beauty every Thursday evening for a night of fun-filled beauty extravaganza.

Beauty 100 highlights include:
Beauty and fragrance brands offer exclusive treatments and product
Johnny Woo Vogueing Workshops
Male Trolley Dollies
Storm agency scouts for a new model

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