Pop into Emporium for new experience

A High Street store is one of only nine in Scotland to offer a unique shopping experience.

Saturday, 3rd December 2016, 4:00 pm
Updated Tuesday, 6th December 2016, 12:50 pm
The Emporium is now open in Boots' Falkirk High Street store, left to right, Rachel Baird, customer assistant; Lorraine Russell, customer assistant; Emma Kean, store manager; Sarah Heron, assistant manager and Ross Gardner, assistant manager Picture: Michael Gillen

Falkirk’s Boots has recently launched its new Emporium which offers customers an opportunity to discover the latest in beauty and create bespoke gifts.

And the good news is it’s not just for Christmas, but will cater for different events all year round, such as Valentine’s Day and Christmas Day.

The Emporium offers shoppers the chance to make their purchases distinctive, including engraving fragrance bottles and make up pallets; personalising ribbon for special gifts; choosing their own content for make up pallets; and putting photos on products such as make up bags.

The first floor Emporium will also have consultants on hand to help customers create the look they want.

A Boots spokesperson said: “Our top 30 per cent of female customers, aged 35-55, love Boots, but they also love shopping anywhere they have the best experience. Our personalised approach is how we can give them that.”