Sephora has undergone a makeover of its own with a revamp of its Toronto Eaton Centre location, the site of the brand’s very first Canadian store. The relaunched space will open its doors next Tuesday.">

The Eaton Centre’s Sephora gets a makeover


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Makeup mecca Sephora has undergone a makeover of its own with a revamp of its Toronto Eaton Centre location, the site of the brand’s very first Canadian store. The relaunched space will open its doors next Tuesday.

The “new” store will offer more space — 3,700 additional square feet, to be exact -— which will make it a pretty ginormous spot (8,941 square feet in total) for getting gorgeous.

And now shoppers won’t have to wait to go home to spruce up, thanks to a slew of new beauty services, including a lash bar featuring — what else? — an assortment of false lashes; a boutique with interactive tools and one-on-one make-up education; a nail studio to take care of all of your nail necessities; and then there’s the cool-sounding Sensorium, where shoppers will supposedly fall back in love with fragrances “guided by emotional expression” (sounds a bit intense).

In addition to all the new fancy services, the relaunched store will also carry new brands like Giorgio Armani, Bobbi Brown and shu uemura, among others — all just in time for holiday shopping.

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