Child allegedly destroys $1300 worth of Sephora make up

Make-up artist Brittany Nelson and her friend were shocked to walk into a Sephora store to find that the Make Up Forever eyeshadows at one of the stalls were completely destroyed.

“I about passed out when we saw this atrocity,” she said in a post she shared on Facebook. “I’m sure he/she thought they were like finger paints and had no idea how naughty they were being,” she added.

Although she didn’t catch the kid in the act. Britanny was just walking in as a mom and her kid “were hustling of of there”.

She also has a message for other moms who bring kids inside a make up store:

What do you guys think? Post your thoughts in the comments section below!

Author: Loraine Balita-Centeno

I'm a Manila based journalist who's been working in the industry for 12 years. I've written pieces for newspapers and magazines based in Manila and some abroad. I'm a work-at-home-mom of two so I spend my days writing or editing with a toddler clamped around one leg and a pre-schooler asking me questions every 10 minutes.

2 thoughts

  1. Mama’s go shop for your make up at stores that don’t freak out over sample display makeup (they can not sell nor make a commission on) being messed with or broken. The lady who didn’t wash her hands after she went to the bathroom also touched the display makeup. Corporations such as sophora write it off no matter what.

    I absolutely boycott stores suggesting customers not bring children. No excuses. Even though she isn’t a worker there she said the employees were. All they have to do is change it out or dust it off. Literally never been to a make up store with perfect sample palettes.

    Unless it’s an ‘intimate’ store or a bar and things of that nature.

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