Sunday, September 13, 2015

Sephora Beauty Classes

Today I adulted at 9 am and attended my first ever Sephora University Beauty Class.  More specifically, the Correct and Conceal class.  I was expecting a bunch of us to be sitting in front of a presenter who would show us several different techniques and tricks.  Instead, I was blown away by the personalized aspect of it.

For starters, I must admit I was late.  Hey, sometimes it's hard to get out of bed! :)  In my defense, I was only five minutes late so I can only assume I didn't miss anything because the other attendees were only getting their Color IQ done.  (For the record, that is an AWESOME tool!)  I was a dunce and had already done a full face of make-up, but luckily I only had to remove my foundation routine.  I wish that was spelled out more clearly in the confirmation e-mail or something. :/  Could've saved me ten minutes (*cough* I would not have been late!).

I was shocked to find there were only 5 of us attending (and I think max attendance is 6!).  There were six employees to assist us.  Crazy intimate!  Super awesome!  One of the employees was the model, someone whose skin concerns were addressed by the techniques of the class.  Legitsies right there, people.  Step by step demonstrations were shown, and we even had a fancy instruction paper to write it all down.  Totally appreciate that.  We were allowed to ask questions, and were given individualized attention.  Products that they thought suited us best were brought to us, and we had full pro brush sets and other tools in front of us to do it ourselves.

Wish I had taken (or known) about these classes sooner because they were even better than I expected.  The associates also spent time with me about skincare because I'm still struggling with my routine.  They also gave me products from a line that I suspected wasn't a good fit for my skin... which I confirmed today. :/  So that gave us more insight, and I was given samples of their suggestions.  I'm hoping their skincare class is soon because sign. me. up!!!

P.S.  It's true what they say, proper high quality brushes are everythinggggg.  Wish they had supplied us with cruelty free ones to use... then again, maybe it's a good thing my wallet isn't crying after the class. ;)  Black Friday is coming, though!!!

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