The New York Times’ Cintra Wilson wrote an interesting article on shopping at beauty juggernaut Sephora:


She says, “Sephora has such nonstop traffic and is such a hands-on finger-painting studio of test powders and open palettes of sticky red matter that there is a constant mess; one display bleeds in greasy, opalescent smears and snail trails of gelatinous pink goo into the next; confused and hapless boyfriends stumble around in the harsh light, squeezing in their shoulders, trying not to touch anything.”
Quite a fun read. Check it out here.