The child destroyed the stand with makeup Sephora for $1300 (photo)

The child destroyed the stand with makeup Sephora for $1300 (photo)

Brittney Nelson, mother and makeup artist from Augusta, Georgia, recently went to the local shop cosmetic Sephora. But when the woman approached the stand «Make Up For Ever», he saw something, from which, in her words, I almost fainted.

At least 52 samples of products (worth approximately $ 1,300) — shadow and blush — was completely ruined, crushed. Then Brittney and I remembered that at the entrance to the store nearly collided with a mother and child, who hurriedly left the building.

The child destroyed the stand with makeup Sephora for $1300 (photo)

About the incident, the beautician wrote on his page on Facebook, attaching to the post and the pictures of «devastation». She suggested that the child was left unattended and decided that the stand — finger paintswith which to play.

«If you’re like me, you will understand — it is simply impossible to go by — and not to visit one of these stores. Customers like the fact that here it is possible to test cosmetics,» writes Brittany.
The woman adds that because she’s not just makeup artist, but first and foremost a mother, she often have to take my daughter with me, buying new makeup. «But I set a strict rule for the child «hands in pockets». In addition, I try to reduce the time to 10 minutes maximum,» continued Brittney Nelson.

Her post quickly went viral, shared more than 25 thousand people. Many commentators refer to the unknown mother is «inattentive and irresponsible», believing that it was her, and not a small child, to blame for what happened.
«Of course, sometimes there is no other choice but to bring children into the stores, but it is the duty of parents, not sellers — to ensure that the child does not play with the products», — write in comments.

😡😱😳PSA😤😖☹this$1300 of Make Up Forever eye shadow destroyed at Sephora tonight due to a small child. I’m sure he/she…

Posted by Extraordinary Life Makeup Artistry on Saturday, November 11, 2017