Makeup has become such a big part of our everyday life; every girl (and boy- no judgements) can swear by the statement. For so long makeup has been associated with a negative connotation that you're covering your flaws or you're hiding something. When it is simply about taking care and taking control of your body. To help us get a dose of luxury makeup brands, skin care products and a fresh helping of emboldenment, Sephora is coming to Lucknow!

After years and years of wait, the makeup giant is finally opening a store in the city and our makeup deprived brain wants it all and we want it now!

Sephora is known for the many-many brands it is associated with. From the coveted Yves Saint Laurent, Giorgio Armani, Tom Ford to the essential Makeup For Ever, Stila and Benefit Beauty, Sephora has it all. And we just cannot wait to get our hands on some!

The makeup giant that started its journey from the fashion capital of the world- Paris, France operates store in several countries. Sephora sells over 300 brands of makeup plus a Sephora brand-name makeup line!

Finally Lucknow will get to be a part of the global makeup trends, plus the all new Sephora is giving away free hampers and VIP entry passes! All you have to do is share a picture of your "gold glow" and use the hashtags #SephoraLucknowGirl and #SephoraGetsLucky.

So what are you waiting for get taggin' already and stand a chance to win amazing offers!

Opening: April 20 | 12 pm

Location: Fun Republic Mall

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