I love makeup, but after today I can safely say with 100% certainty, I hate shopping for it. I always know for sure what I want to buy, I haven't went in any makeup place "just browsing" in years.
I made it to Inglot and never been more offended/depressed/humiliated/appalled by a makeup store. I can only remember one other incident that would even come close, and I solved that by restricting myself to online shopping, which of course, isn't an option for me now.
I don't even blame the employee, in these tough times I am sure people just apply for any job. But I can blame the employer. When someone (a non-makeup wearing employee no less, not that it should matter, but it's still noticeable) swatches something for you in disgust, because "we don't have testers" then I feel as a consumer, it's time to walk away. But when someone blatantly rolls their eyes when you ask a question, when someone expects your two year old to wait outside or tries to direct you to have them sit in a corner, then I feel as a mother, it's time to run cause that's a little inhumane. No product is worth that!!!
I love my son and I love my dignity. Inglot you really need to improve your screening processes!!