I have had this makeup for a few weeks and I had expected to like it so I threw away the reciept and box. It was a powder contour and a eyebrow pomade and a mascara. Turns out the color was all wrong (I got a dark auburn color because of my red hair but my red hair fades too fast to use such a dark color) and the powder for contouring makes my skin look dirty instead of scultped. The mascara just looked unnatural haha. So i was wondering if i can exhange these for something different without the reciepts (and i kept a box for only one of the purchases) and i'd like to switch it out. Will they let me? will they let me do all three?
I just wanted to share that I had the nicest experience with a Tarte brand rep in my local Sephora store last week. I commented on an employee's cute flower crown and she told me the Tarte rep brought them. She also suggested I go try out a new eye look with Ashley the brand rep. Ashley was fantastic! She took the time to give me a whole face look, not just eyes! She talked with me about My skin concerns (deep dark circles and dry skin) and suggested some new things to try. She even made me an eye cream sample! I truely appreciate that Sephora will do so much to train thier artists, and will invite others in store too. So much fun!!
often when i go into sephora, they give me a website to go to in order to write a review of my experience. does anyone have a link to that website? i keep forgetting to write reviews and then when i'm ready, i can't find the website.
We already have a Sephora in London but I wasn't in to makeup when it opened so I don't know what to expect from the grand opening. Is it similar to a rouge event? Will there be any brand reps or deluxe samples? I'm considering taking the day off work but don't want to waste the vacation day if it's not worth it. Any advice is appreciated!
I went to my local Sephora at JCP's MUFE event this past saturday, and although online and in emails it said "no purchase necessary" for the free gift (I think it was a mini of one of their primers), the store associate I talked to said I could only have it if I purchased something specifically from MUFE. I just restocked on their Full Cover concealer and don't use anything else of theirs so I didn't want to buy anything and therefore didn't get the primer, which I've really wanted to try out Did anyone else encounter a similar problem
I like testing the color of the products before I buy them, the swatches on the website are great but I can never tell from them or the description if I'm going to actually like the color and if it will look good on me. I really want to try some of Nudestix magnetic eye color pencils, but the two closest stores that stock them are 2 hours away and crossing the border or 3 hours away. There are at least 28 Sephoras between those two locations that are easier to get to and closer to me, why can they distribute product availability more evenly? I get that the Canadian sephoras never have as much variety but there is 20 sephoras that could have been stocked with it closer to the Detroit area, instead of all the way in Lansing.
I bought a foundation I hate at the middle/end of April in a Sephora. My entire order summary is online on my account but I do not have the receipt or the packaging. I also do not have a Sephora near me so I really want to return it by mail. How do I do that??
Hi ! i wanna ask about the Anastasia Beverely Hills Artist Palette. Is this palette available in Canada's Fairview Mall in Pointe-Claire ? cz the Store availability online service mentions that the palette is available in the store , but a friend told me that she went and it was not available.
Hi beauties! I'm going to Toronto this weekend with my friend who has never set a foot in a sephora store. We live 8 hours north of Toronto. So with that being said, I want to bring her to the best sephora store! Could you please tell me wich store you like the best and why! (Yorkdale, Eaton center, Square one) also im not very good on highways so which store is the easiest to get to without getting lost!
Is the Sephora at Citrus Park Town Center (Tampa, FL) a large store with a variety of brands? If not, which location in this general area is the better store to go to? My son has a bowling tournament down in that area, and I thought I'd hit up one of the Sephoras there. TIA
Hearts posted an awesome picture of one of her local Sephoras and it got me thinking - What does Sephora look like around the world? My store is tiny and cramped in comparison to some of the images I found via a Google search - but it's my store - it's comfy and I feel at home there, so I love it regardless. But how awesome would it be to go to one of these other stores?! Check this out (pictures posted below in thread):
OK, so I know some folks didn't have the best Sephora experience yesterday at the Rouge event. But how about we give a little bit of love, though, to the people who tried to make it a good one! I want to say my thank you's to Justin (both of them!), Ally, Val, the store director (Michelle, I think) and the lovely girl in fragrance with the awesome Deva curls (we gushed over each other) at the Burlington, MA store! I had a fun time — you made me feel welcome and appreciated! (((HUGS))) Add your fave SAs to the list!
Yes, I enjoy beauty and I spend a lot at Sephora, but while shopping at the Westfarms Mall in CT on Friday, I felt like I was being shamed by one employee for reaching the Rouge level so early in the year. I was at the checkout and the associate that was assisting me was wonderful and very cheery, and when she scanned my card she told me that I had re-qualified for Rouge. When the associate next to her heard, she said "What, already?" in such a condescending tone. The client she was assisting asked what that was and the associate said "She already spent $1,000 here since January!" and the two of them went on talking about how much money that is and how could someone spend that much so quickly. Then of course they scoffed when they heard me being told I have over 5,000 points. Everything about it made me feel like junk. I have never felt this way shopping in store, but I felt so embarrassed after this encounter that I just wanted to get out of there and not go back. I am not ashamed about what I spend my money on, because of course I only buy what I can afford and that is nobody's business but my own. I generally choose to shop at Sephora because I have had good experiences in the past, but I feel like I will probably find another Sephora location to go to, or do my shopping online and at other retailers where I feel more comfortable. Has anything like this ever happened to you in store? I would feel a little better if I weren't the only one that has had to go through something like this!
I am needing to learn how to do my brows (fill them in, ect). I was wondering if why I am in there they could wax them? I know Ulta has the Benefit Brow Bar but I wasn't sure if Sephora had any program like that?
I was wondering if you offer a full-face makeover at a JCPenney Sephora as well as how and if you have to schedule a full face makeover at a JCPenney Sephora. The store finder doesn't say it does, but I witnessed a girl getting one the last time I was there.
Hi! I have a question regarding price adjustments. I purchased a Clarisonic Mia 2 on March 30th. I then received an email coupon for 15% off through April 10th. I called the 877 number and was told the only way to get a credit for the difference would be to return it and purchase it again with the coupon, since the coupon was not valid at the time of my purchase. Is there a way to do it without returning it? I also have a 20% off coupon from another retailer, but I would rather keep the product I already purchased. That $23 would really mean a lot to me =)
Despite being a guy, I've always been in love wiht makeup, but haven't really gone too deep due to the social stigma behind it. Now that I'm older, I'm feeling braver and wanted to start investing in makeup, while also getting my first makeover. However, due to embarrassment, I was wondering if the makeover could be done in private, or at least in a covered area of the store.
I just purchased an Anastasia brow pencil from Sephora in stores for $30 this morning. And than i checked online this afternoon, and noticed that it's priced at $27. Is it always more expensive to buy in store compared to online? Never noticed this since I always buy online...(also the smashbox contour kit was same price online and in store) I just think it's kind of unfair since I could have got more samples and used a code online, guess I will be returning the pencil tomorrow and repurchasing online even though it's $3, just does not sit right with me.