Attention make-up lovers, beauty bloggers and MUAs, we have big news for you. Much sought after make-up brand Morphe is opening a new store slap bang in the middle of the Manchester Arndale.
For anyone who doesn’t know, Morphe is an American beauty giant, famous for its colourful spectrum of make-up and brushes. Its iconic eyeshadow palettes receive worldwide praise. And while products can be bought online, we no longer have to wait for the postman to deliver our goods because we’re getting a Morphe store all to ourselves.
Morphe general manager Mark Spillman said: “Manchester Arndale is located at the heart of one of the UK’s most diverse and exciting cities, making it the perfect spot for our latest UK store”.
Morphe Babes, get ready because US beauty brand @morphebrushes is opening here this Autumn!
You’ll find professional-grade makeup at affordable prices, and expert advice. Plus they have some HUGE influencer collaborations with the likes of @jamescharles and @jeffreestar pic.twitter.com/0kWVguwkpa
— Manchester Arndale (@manarndale) August 30, 2019
You’ll be able to purchase a wide array of best-selling makeup products, tools, and even get expert advice from certified Morphe Beauty Artists when the store opens on the ground floor in late autumn this year
Since it was founded by brother/sister duo Linda and Chris Tawil in 2008, Morphe has developed a massive following due to its high quality, cruelty-free cosmetics and artistry brushes.
The brand is used by professional make-up artists all over the world and has huge connections with beauty bloggers such as Jeffree Star, James Charles and Jaclyln Hill, all of whom now have their very own palette.
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#MorpheBabe is lookin’ like some FINE china @cakefacerj you’ve left us SPEECHLESS with this carefully crafted artistry that just screams SKILLS ❗️using shades from your @JamesCharles Palette and inspo from @julianwolfstoller to create it. You’re so good at what you do, BB!! #MorphexJamesCharles #Morphe
Whether you’re going for everyday glam, a Halloween makeover or going all out creative, the Morphe make-up brand encourages users to create art with your make-up, using your face as a blank canvas.
So who do you reckon will be cutting the rope at the big opening?