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Sephora's New Free Makeup Classes Will Transform Trans Makeup Novices To Makeup Experts

Once I match my foundation, it's OVER for you bitches!

Feeling ~seen~ is a beautiful thing, especially when it comes to makeup. Exhibit A: Fenty Beauty's 40 shades of slay.

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That's why we're SO HYPE for Sephora's latest initiative “Bold Beauty for the Transgender Community.” Starting this June, the beauty retailer will offer free 90-minute, in-store classes where clients of all gender expressions can discover pro techniques and products that'll help develop their personal skin care and beauty style.

According to Sephora, the class is part of its "Classes for Confidence" program, which includes a series of beauty workshops geared toward inspiring confidence and fearlessness in individuals facing major life transitions.
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According to Sephora, the class is part of its "Classes for Confidence" program, which includes a series of beauty workshops geared toward inspiring confidence and fearlessness in individuals facing major life transitions.

Led by Sephora instructors, participants will learn all the major beauty keys, like how to create a smooth skin texture, color-correct unevenness, and find their best foundation match using Sephora’s Color iQ system.

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There'll also be tons of personalized skin care advice tailored to each client's needs.

“Bold Beauty for the Transgender Community” classes will be available throughout the country in participating stores, and all friends, families and allies are welcome to join in on the fun! But if you can't make it to a class IRL, the Sephora Stands’ YouTube channel will offer several how-to video tutorials taught by Transgender Sephora Beauty Advisors.

"We stand with all members of the LGBTQA community and are committed to providing these individuals with the tools they want to feel confident and beautiful every single day," Corrie Conrad, Head of Social Impact and Sustainability for Sephora, said in a statement. "At Sephora, we believe beauty is yours to define, and ours to celebrate. We are honored to be a beacon of support and a part of each beauty journey through our new class offering."
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"We stand with all members of the LGBTQA community and are committed to providing these individuals with the tools they want to feel confident and beautiful every single day," Corrie Conrad, Head of Social Impact and Sustainability for Sephora, said in a statement. "At Sephora, we believe beauty is yours to define, and ours to celebrate. We are honored to be a beacon of support and a part of each beauty journey through our new class offering."

Only a few more days until school is in session! Until then, I'll be over here setting up my Youtube beauty channel like:

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