10 Things a Makeup Counter Salesperson Doesn't Want You to Know
You might want to read this before signing up for that "free makeover"
They keep an eye out for sample griftersYou can and should be asking your beauty counter salespeople to try samples of products before you buy them, but do know that they are taking note of how much you are "sampling" and how much you are actually buying.
"I would give them about two to three days worth [of product], not more than that. I am not supplying their skin care, I am just letting them touch, feel and smell," says one former counter worker. But she warns "some beauty advisors have an on-going mysterious hostility with their customers and will not waste product on someone who won't buy."
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