Doha Festival City (DHFC) hosted the exclusive launch of Charlotte Tilbury’s latest long-wear foundation that comes in 44 new shades.
The event ran for a whole week creating a lot excitement and enthusiasm amongst shoppers and local beauty aficionados.
Charlotte Tilbury is a key store at DHFC, which has award-winning makeup and skin care ranges from one of the world’s top makeup artists who has been a pinnacle in the beauty industry for over 20 years.
“We are excited to be bringing the people of Qatar exclusive fashion and beauty products. We pride ourselves in being a partner of choice for international brands which enable us to create unique experiences to our shoppers,” DHFC general manager Robert Hall said in a press statement.
Charlotte Tilbury launched a foundation in partnership with industry-leading shade consultants to flawlessly match different skin tones and undertones with a long-wear formula.
Charlotte Tilbury said: “The new Foundation is the secret to a flawless, poreless-looking complexion, it was designed to come in 44 new shades to release the confidence one gets when they feel the most beautiful, powerful and joyful version of themselves.”
Charlotte Tilbury is thrilled to have finally launched her newest foundation in Doha with a massive exclusive six-day launch for visitors of DHFC.
With 420 stores open at DHFC and more than 100 places offering food and beverages, shoppers are spoilt for choice. There are 46 brands exclusive to DHFC in Qatar.
DHFC has become the destination of choice for both international visitors and locals alike with its location only a 40-minute drive from Hamad International Airport, 20 minutes from West Bay and 10 minutes from Al Gharaffa.
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