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I got a job at SiJCP!

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I'm so excited! I start my Sephora training tomorrow, which will consist of watching a lot of videos. Does anyone else here work at Sephora or SiJCP? Do you like it there? I talked to the girls who currently work there and they say they love it. I really like the uniforms and I love how I can go wild with my makeup. Not to mention the discounts.

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Congrats, lady! I hope you have a ton of fun working there, and are able to share any secrets with the rest of us! ;)

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Yay! I hope you love it! I'm sure if I worked there my paycheck would always be spent on all the pretty makeup. :)

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Thanks everyone! I aim to be the best Sephora SA in the history of Sephora SA's! I'm glad you can't buy stuff with your paycheck, otherwise I'd end up owing them money every two weeks.

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