Visiting Seattle: Glossier Pop-Up

When you think of Seattle, Washington, the Space Needle pops in your mind, right? Naturally, it’s a must-see. Now, for a limited time, you can add Glossier to your to-do list when visiting the Emerald City. The Glossier Pop-Up in Seattle will be open until July 7, 2019.

the décor inside the store: those are real flowers

I recently learned about the American skincare and makeup company, and after using their Bubblewrap and Mint Balm Dotcom, I’ve become a Glossier fan! So it was a delightful surprise and coincidence that I happened to arrive in Seattle for vacation within days of Glossier opening their spring pop-up shop there!

my older daughter testing the Glossier Lash Slick (Made in France!)

It was fun to test the products and meet friendly Glossier employees who were glam in pink overalls and toting iPads. Inside the store, they played French pop music by Belgian singer, Angèle.

I got a Mango Balm Dotcom ($12) and a Milky Jelly Cleanser face wash ($9 for the 2 fl. oz/ 60 ml bottle)

While Glossier products make you look good, their corporate social responsibility efforts will make you feel good, too.

For example, they provided complimentary postcards with wildflower seeds in them. After you plant the postcard, you’ll have flowers that will support the ecosystem by providing food for pollinators, like bees.

For $15, you can get their Seattle-exclusive water bottle (16.9 fl. oz/ 500ml) and refill it to reduce waste going to the landfill.

For each BPA-free water bottle sold, Glossier donates $5 to Mary’s Place, a shelter for women, children, and families in Seattle.

It felt good to know that Glossier gives back to the local community!

For more information:

Glossier Pop-Up in Seattle

200 Broadway E, Seattle, WA 98102

Open May 22 through July 7, 2019

If you enjoyed this post, you may be interested in Yay, I Got My Glossier

This post is #1 of 6 in my Visiting Seattle series.

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