You know as well as I, that the Muse can b*tch herself blue about Sephora makeup being mediocre at best. But you have to give them credit where credit is due. For example take a peep at their latest palette:
With the recent release of the Sephora Moroccan Sunrise Palette I do so admit to being quite excited. I didn’t indulge simply because many of the colors were in my beauty library already but I’m girl enough to admit that the palette was rather good looking to say the very least.
Embracing the same concept Sephora has now introduced a second palette along the same lines entitled Calypso Soul. Now the palette is of course part of the normal drum up to introduce new makeup bags, brushes, etc….but it’s also quite obviously the star of the collection. Made of heavy metal with a pretty design and beautiful hues of the ocean this palette undoubtedly tempts. I can hear the siren’s call of, “buy me Muse, buy me….” so much so that now I’m considering getting the Moroccan Sunrise one too!
For shame Sephora you’re evil for making me give into your lure.
Good job Sephora.
Keep ‘em coming like this and you might shut me up in the future about how bad your makeup line is.
The Muse feels like a broken record but she must tell you that you can steal Sugar Sweet Cheeks Baked Blush yet again at Sephora!
Sugar Sweet Cheeks Baked Blush was one of those fab beauty finds that the Muse is so properly happy graces her collection. She’s been known to rave about it a time or two in past posts. Sephora has been busy restocking all of the Sugar line to rid themselves of stock. It’s reduced 50% off! If you didn’t catch them the first time you can again get them for $12 USD!
So go now and steal Sugar Sweet Cheeks Baked Blush!
If you missed my review of these fine blushes and want a few swatches have a look over yonder.
Or blather about how much you love them in my comment box.
We gone broke the Sephora site.
Gorgeous peeps what’s up this gloomy hump day? It’s another brisk day in New York with a bit of a drizzle outside my window and I’m feeling like I live in London (which isn’t a bad thing).
Super busy at work today! What’s everyone up to today?
Well, to start the day how about a little discount disco? How about I arrange for 15% Off at Sephora? I’m such a friend right?
Click ahead for the deets!
The deets are this:
You can click here to print out a coupon which you can use in store for 15% Off your entire Sephora order. Coupon is good up until the 21st so you have plenty of time to get yourself organized for a splurge!
If you’re wanting to avoid the hassle of in store purchases just use coupon code BD2T9CB5 plus it’s also good until the 21st!
Ohhhh likey! I’m making my list and checking it twice. I only want a few odds and ends nothing major but I’m loving 15% Off! Yeahhhhhhh boy!
Take advantage kids as I doubt you’ll see it again until Christmas!
If you’re feeling like sharing tell me your list in the comment box.
This Musings was inspired by a reader, Andreea, who was ranting about how much she hates being followed around in a shop and treated like a thief.
Andreea, I feel your pain me love.
So today’s Musings of the Day is all about counters and stores. Do you ever feel like you’re being shadowed by a rep or a store clerk when you’re at Sephora? Or at a counter?
Jump ahead for the Muse’s answer!
YES, YES, YES DAMMIT! All the bloody time. I hate going into Sephora because MA’s literally follow me around and keep asking if I need a basket. They watch me like a hawk! Everything I pick up, anything I touch, their eyes are constantly following me. It’s gotten so bad I rarely step foot into a Sephora anymore, I simply do my ordering online.
Truly I feel like a thief or something the way they follow me around. It’s not even the helpful type of following where they start foaming at the mouth about how great a product is. It’s simply following me and watching me as if I’m going to pocket a lip gloss or a blush.
It’s a rather uncomfortable feeling I rarely shop Ulta so I haven’t really experienced this their and counters do the same but mostly it’s annoying MA’s trying to score a sale. But Sephora…damn I feel like a thief. It’s really quite an uncomfortable shopping experience.
What makes me even more irritated is a bunch of teenagers will be destroying a display by playing with everything on it but no one looks at them or goes over to them but me they follow around in circles.
I find it weirdly gratifying to dump my basket on the counter and whip out my credit card. It’s like a strange way of thumbing my nose at them and saying, “SEE? I have money to buy this stuff…amazing right?!”
How about you?
Ever feel like a thief with a pocket full of money?
Tell the Muse!