Why Doesn’t Tuscaloosa Have a Full-Size Sephora?
Tuscaloosa is suffering from a serious lack of Sephora.
Before I really lean in to this tirade, I need you to know that I am fully aware that Tuscaloosa has a lil' baby Sephora inside of JCPenney. It has served me well in a bind, but it is NOT an actual Sephora. It's an extension of JCPenney; that means if you order something from Sephora online, you can't return or exchange your products at a Sephora inside of JCPenney.
That's a HARD PASS from me.
The Druid City needs a full size Sephora, people.
Yes, we have an Ulta Beauty, and Ulta is a great store but it is not Sephora. I am sorry, but I stan for Sephora like NO OTHER.
The product selection is always incredible. I love having a wide variety of products and product lines from which to choose. I feel like a kid in a candy store every time I hit up the Sephora in The Summit in Birmingham, and I deserve to have this kind of retail therapy available to me without a 45 minute drive.
I have to write a separate paragraph here about Sephora's fragrance section. A full size Sephora carries SO MANY of the best and most bougie perfumes. I need to be able to sample them whenever I want.
Speaking of samples: Sephora will make you a sample of literally anything everything you want--even perfume. I love being able to try a foundation or new moisturizer out before I commit to the purchase.
I simp for Sephora. We need one in Tuscaloosa ASAP.
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