Anybody can agree that Sephora is a place where dreams are made. It sells everything related to beauty for both men and women, and it’s hard to visit the store without leaving empty-handed.
It is one of the most popular beauty-stores here in the U.S, and it is nearly every person’s go-to when it comes to buying make-up.
But image all of that make-up being destroyed…
Sephora shopper and make-up artist Brittney Nelson was shopping at her local outlet in Augusta, Georgia in August of this year when she noticed one of the eye-shadow stands didn’t look to its usual standard.
The eye-shadows on display had been completely destroyed and crushed, leaving debris all over the floor and the make-up palettes out for sale.
Nelson claimed in a Facebook post that the display was destroyed by a “small child,” though she admits that she never actually saw the child do it – but it’s pretty obvious, isn’t it?
“We walked in right as a lady and her kid were hustling out of there,” Nelson told INSIDER. “The glittery footprints helped us decipher it was a tiny human.”
Many weren’t impressed by the mess, with other parents criticising the mom in question who clearly wasn’t keeping an eye on her mischievous child.
I have 3 small kids. Whenever I go anywhere with them, every two minutes (max!!) I’m doing a head count. That woman whose child ruined the Sephora display is careless & self-absorbed. It’s my job to make sure my kids aren’t destroying store property. Period.— Belinda (@belindalaurie) November 15, 2017
A spokesperson for Sephora said to INSIDER, “$1300 of Make Up Forever eye shadow destroyed at Sephora tonight due to a small child. I’m sure he/she thought they were like finger paints and had no idea how naughty they were being. Tons of destroyed products and p*ssed Sephora cast members are not a happy place to be. Mammas, please shop for your makeup without your tiny humans. It’s not fun for you…or them…or the expensive product.”