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  • Sephora launches a chatbot through Kik
  • Sephora launches a chatbot through Kik
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Sephora launches a chatbot through Kik

Most teenage girls look to their friends for beauty advice, but thanks to messaging app Kik, Sephora customers can now use a ‘chatbot’ to find out the newest tips and trends. After a talk, some emojis and a quiz, it gives the user the most relevant content to suit their beauty needs.

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