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GLAMOUR Beauty Festival comes to Manchester

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The GLAMOUR Beauty Festival in association with Boots is coming soon to Manchester and wants to give aAh! readers a chance to win 2 pairs of FREE tickets! 

GLAMOUR Beauty Festival has been such a hit in the capital that it has decided to come up North this November for us all to enjoy. Expect a delightful day full of talks, treatments, top-tips and freebies. And if that’s not enough to tempt you… every guest will receive a goodie bag worth over £340 filled full of treats to take away with them. 

You’ll be fully submerged in the glitz and glam of beauty whilst being surrounded by luxury brands, makeup artists, stylists, influencers and celebs. Huda Beauty, Too Faced, Becca, Ole Henriksen and Estée Lauder are just a few of the big brands that will be attending the weekend. Whether it’s getting your hair done at Bumble & Bumble or having a facial at Pixi, you will receive unlimited complimentary treatments from all of GLAMOUR’s fabulous partners.

Put it in your diaries: the debut festival will be taking place on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd of November 2019 at the Manchester Central Convention Complex. 

For a chance to win a pair of tickets, send an email with the subject line of ‘aAh! COMP Tickets’ to glamourfestival@condenast.co.uk.

GLAMOUR has also offered our readers a discount code to claim £10 off tickets, just enter GBFAAH in the discount bar when ordering. Morning, afternoon and all-day tickets are on sale at Eventbrite.

More information and a video of the London event can be found here.

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