Mini heart-attack? More like a major one!
Ever dropped your makeup? You would know the feeling. We all have that mini heart attack every once in a while, whether it’s that shimmery eyeshadow palette or your favorite compact.
Scary enough, makeup artist Britney Nelson shared her horrifying experience as she walked into Sephora on a regular Saturday. Scroll down if you think you can take it:
😡😱😳PSA😤😖☹️$1300 of Make Up Forever eye shadow destroyed at Sephora tonight due to a small child. I’m sure he/she…
Here are her thoughts about the monstrous act:
$1300 of Make Up Forever eye shadow destroyed at Sephora tonight due to a small child. I’m sure he/she thought they were like finger paints and had no idea how naughty they were being. Tons of destroyed product and pissed Sephora cast members are a not a happy place to be. Mammas, please shop for your makeup 💄 without your tiny humans. It’s not fun for you…or them…or the expensive product. Anna Heath and I about passed out when we saw this atrocity. Being me, I’ve needed to bring Allie into many makeup stores as she’s grown and had a strict ‘hands in pockets’ rule for her and a strict 10-minute rule for me. It was very helpful so if you must take your kiddos makeup shopping I suggest trying it.
This massive demolished palette makes me 😞. Makeup should always make me 😊.
*It looked 100X worse in real life and I don’t work for Sephora. I was just walking in as the mom/kid were hustling out of there.
And as always, Twitter was flooded with shocked posts
— Anya (@ainyinnn) November 16, 2017
To bring or not to bring?
So many moms lowkey mad at this lady for saying not to bring their kids to makeup stores. I’m not going to say not bring them,BUT I wish a lot of parents would stop letting their kids play in makeup to keep them occupied at the counter. pic.twitter.com/zVyBIDZuXX
— im a grown ass woman, bitch. (@UnordinaryDae) November 14, 2017
I have 3 small kids. Whenever I go anywhere with them, every two minutes (max!!) I’m doing a head count. That woman whose child ruined the Sephora display is careless & self-absorbed. It’s my job to make sure my kids aren’t destroying store property. Period.
— Belinda (@belindalaurie) November 15, 2017
@Sephora This is not okay, as if it isn't hard enough for a mom to be out in public with her young kids 1) the employees didn't SEE who did this 2) that's a good 4ft up unless this 2yo is the size of a 10yo I doubt it was a "young child."
— Leah Marie Griffin (@lgriffin9211) November 14, 2017
So what do you personally think about this incident? Share your views in the comments below.