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  • Sephora is getting an in-store tech makeover
  • Sephora is getting an in-store tech makeover
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Sephora is getting an in-store tech makeover

With the average women buying the wrong foundation seven times before finding her perfect shade, shopping for makeup isn’t easy. Now, Sephora is launching its Beauty TIP Workshop – a concept store blending digital technology with expertise to offer a flawless beauty buying experience.

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