Sephora has become the world-wide destination for beauty lovers seeking everything from makeup and skincare to haircare and fragrance, so it is not a surprise that it has chosen the Design District as its latest location. Opened in early December, the shelves are stocked with more than 14,000 products from some of the most coveted beauty brands including SEPHORA COLLECTION, Sephora's own collection of makeup, skincare, tools and accessories.
Not only does the Design District location house prestige makeup and nail lines such as Benefit Cosmetics, Bite Beauty, Ciate, Cover FX, Hourglass; skincare that from Caudalie, Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare, Drunk Elephant and Tata Harper; fragrance from NEST, Atelier Cologne and Stella McCartney; as well as specialty hair care Olapex, Ouai and IGK, but the store also offers a number of services, which are complimentary, to further enhance your Sephora experience and up your beauty game.
Wondering if your if your skin is oily or dry? The new Moisture Meter, an exclusive new digital tool, can measure your skin’s moisture levels and serve as a guide to help you choose the right products for your moisture level.
In a rush, but need to go glam? Sephora's Beauty Studio offers Mini Makeovers including Smoky Eye, Contour, Polished Brows, Everyday Eye, Essential Eyeliner, Flawless Foundation, Correct + Conceal, Blush + Bronze, Perfect Lips and False Lash Application.
If you wind up looking like an abstract art piece when you attempt to do your own makeup, fear not, Sephora offers beauty classes, where you can learn with the help of the experts who to create your desired look.
Wondering what technology has to do with beauty? The answer is a lot! From helping you choose your exact foundation shade match to the perfect lip color for your skin tone, as well as finding your signature scent and customized skincare regimen, Sephora's IQ Services in Skincare, Color and Fragrance can help.
The Design District store will also offer custom 60-minute makeovers with a minimum purchase of $50.
Sephora Miami Design District is now open at 4044 NE 1st Avenue.