We've all been there. You know, when you just want to "browse" inside a store, but then you see the sales associate coming right at you, grinning ear to ear, saying, "Are you looking for anything in particular? What can I help you find?"
I mean, their intentions are good, but sometimes you just want to be left alone, you know?!
Well, a Sephora store in Europe is changing all that with its color-coded basket system.
Customers can grab the red basket if they are wanting assistance and customers who do not can take a black one.
After Twitter user Cami Williams tweeted about the baskets last week, over 241,000 people liked it and over 50,000 people started talking about it.
A lot of people began recalling their own awkward moments that could have been prevented with baskets like these.
However, baskets like this aren't a brand-new idea – they just haven't been utilized much. Back in 2016, a Korean beauty store featured baskets with the same message.
And, as of now, the baskets aren't available in any U.S. stores (that we know of). So, people of the internet...
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