Just in case you didn’t know, Fenty Beauty gains applause for being an inclusive brand. As a brown-skinned Filipina myself, I have always wanted to try out at least one product that they released. However, they’re exclusively sold online and some stores around the world. Unfortunately, none of those stores exists in the Philippines… until now. Thanks to Look Philippines, I can finally go to SM Aura and live my fantasies!
Fenty Beauty is now available in Manila, thanks to Look Philippines!
I have always wanted to go up to the counter and look for the perfect foundation for my skin tone within that forty shades range that they have. Sure, Fenty Beauty has a foundation shade finder quiz. Aside from finding the perfect foundation shade, the finder will also give you recommendations for other products that would be perfect for your skin tone.
However, finding the foundation through a meticulous checking on a physical store assures us in some kind of way. Look Philippines becomes a haven for any beauty and skincare junkie in Manila as it houses popular brands that are hard to come by. There are shelves upon shelves, lined and stacked with all the makeup and skincare that we have been dreaming of.
One-stop beauty shop
Personally, I love this brand as it truly stands out with its innovative formulas and inclusive shade ranges. The one-stop beauty shop just opened in SM Aura on October 30, 2020. Aside from Fenty Beauty, Look also carries makeup brands like Glossier, Kylie Cosmetics, Huda Beauty, Kat Von D, RCMA, and NudeStix. They also have cult-favorite skincare brands like The Ordinary, Klavuu, Jumiso, Sun & Park, and AcWell, too.
Look also has a store studio where people can relax and drink a cup of Nespresso coffee. General manager Danilo Chong described the concept store. Visitors can checkout Instapot, a digital space for brand activation and promo area.
“Look has commissioned Malherbe Paris, an interior design and branding agency who worked with the likes of Sephora and Hera, to come up with the design and store concept.”
Angela Grace P. Baltan is a Communication graduate from Colegio de San Juan de Letran. She doesn’t hesitate to be opinionated in analyzing movies and television series. As a writer, she uses her articles to advocate for feminism, gender equality, and mental health among others.