International tanning giants Fake Bake have announced they will be collaborating with the renowned Tracey Bell salons, the globally recognised medical aesthetic brand. Tracey Bell introduces injectable treatments such as Botox and Fillers, as well as the hugely popular CoolSculpting®*, to the Fake Bake salon in The Beauty Hall, Selfridges, Manchester Exchange Square.
Last night we headed down the the VIP launch event, the stars were out in style, the champagne was flowing aswell as amazing cocktails provided by The Alchemist and my personal guilty pleasures, cup cakes by Hey Little Cupcake!
Founder and Director of the clinics, Tracey Bell, has carefully cultivated the brand, clinics, treatments and products, Tracey’s savvy customers continue to drive her passion to achieve the best results. The ‘Art of Reinvention’ has become the brands philosophy and ethos. With a growing number of brands that include SkinScription, SlimScription, SmileScription and SpaScription the collaboration between Selfridges, Fake Bake and Tracey Bell is sure to be a massive success.
Jane Sharrocks, General Manager of Selfridges Exchange Square says, “At Selfridges we continually strive to offer our customers pioneering products and treatments. We are therefore thrilled to welcome Tracey Bell to the Fake Bake salon and our new Beauty Hall.”
Tracey Bell, CEO and Founder of the Tracey Bell Brand continues, “This is a great collaboration between two forward thinking brands, one from the beauty industry and one from the medical aesthetic industry. Together we can help promote physical change in our clients and encourage their emotive beauty from within. “