Here's where I could rave about Sephora. I had planned on giving them some love here and telling you about the great time I had learning about how to apply cheek stain (so it doesn't look like I spilled ink on my face) from Canada's best make-up artist, Jake Surette. See, you can tell he is famous because he is wearing a baseball cap. All famous people wear those caps! I wanted to show you Jake's tips with pictures. Apparently, the sight of a woman, a make-up artist to the stars, a mirror, and camera frightens the people at Sephora because as soon as they saw me take this photo they told me to stop taking pictures. I could be telling many thousands of women to rush to Sephora to buy the blush that Jake is applying to my cheeks in this very photo, but I am not. Isn't it interesting that a place that sells art supplies for your body doesn't allow photos of the artwork? The manager of Sephora should've offered us some eye shadow and lipstick to play with, then offered to take our picture together. I'd have bought more stuff and would be telling you to RUN to Sephora right now. Being a NO PHOTOS FREAK is just not good business. Whatever happened to making customers feel welcomed and wanted?
If I were not busy gazing lovingly at Jake's artwork in the mirror, I'd totally be writing to Sephora right now.