Sephora’s Latest Class Offering Is All About Boosting Your Confidence

October 2, 2016  |  

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There’s many reasons why we love beauty retailer Sephora, beginning with all the amazing goods they house in their signature black and white walls. However, the brand that makes us feel beautiful with their plethora of products is giving back and putting a philanthropic spin on the beauty education courses they usually offer.

Instead of teaching you how to contour correctly, Sephora has launched what they are calling Classes for Confidence. The course was actually held yesterday in 85 Sephora locations, partnering with local non-profit organizations in each community to offer support and tutelage to women in need. With a goal of enhancing lives and boosting the confidence needed to go out on a job interview or re-enter the workforce, it was a great way to give back to their customers and new ones, too.

“Classes for Confidence was born from our core strength of education, and utilizes the company’s existing infrastructure and beauty classes programs for even greater good,” said Corrie Conrad, Sephora’s Head of Social Impact, in a statement. “Our aim with this program is to connect with the community, have fun, and help those who partake feel confident, beautiful, and ready to face whatever challenges lie ahead.”

There’s no word on how frequently they will offer this class, but Sephora hopes to have over 100,000 women involved in the program come 2020.

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