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Sephora employees want you to know that you don’t need to sneak around the aisles as if you’re doing something wrong.
If an employee approaches you and you don’t want to be bothered, simply tell them that you’re “just playing around”.
You can even ask for a sample size to touch up on the go.
It was 10 am on a Sunday morning in New York City, and a gaggle of women were flooding into Sephora’s Meatpacking store. Wearing tight party dresses and sky-high heels, they floated through the aisles, generously sweeping on lipsticks and eyeshadows from the sample stations. They all had somewhere to be: Bagatelle, New York’s clubbiest brunch, which is conveniently situated right across the street.
“They’d come in and get their glitter, and you could feel the energy of them getting ready because that’s the best part of going out,” says Jeffrey English, who worked at the store two years before becoming a beauty director at Sephora. One time, a girl came back after eight hours at Bagatelle to show English that her makeup was still on.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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