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Sephora, a division of Moėt Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH), is a visionary retail concept from France. We seek to defy the traditional "selling methodology" to give you what you want - Freedom, Beauty and Pleasure.
When you enter Sephora, you meet the creative spirit driving the concept, a spirit that now offers you an entirely new way of shopping for beauty.
Freedom comes to you in a hands-on, self-service shopping environment. Feel free to touch, smell and experience each and every product, from fragrances and makeup, to bath & body and skincare. You are also free to choose the level of assistance you desire, from individual experience and reflection, to detailed expert advice.
Beauty comes to you through a splendid international array of unique and luxurious beauty products.
Pleasure comes through an environment designed to stimulate your senses - a blend of expert advice, personal freedom and special service displays bring you the latest beauty tips and treatment breakthroughs.
Launched in October 1999, Sephora.com offers the largest and most diverse selection of beauty products on the Internet. From hard-to-find brands to classic names to our Sephora Collection, you have easy access to over 11,000 products and more than 230 brands.
Sephora.com is the single online source for all of your beauty needs. You can buy your favorite fragrances, cosmetics, and skincare products...or try something entirely new. With our amazing selection of colors, scents, and textures, you're bound to find something that's uniquely you.
And while you're here, you can read about the latest beauty trends, get advice and tips from the experts, or learn more about a brand at one of our Brand Boutiques.
Plus, our Gift section includes a wealth of delightful items that are sure to please your friends, family, and business associates.
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The army of a free country has a great responsibility; the right to use force,
but not as an instrument of compulsion and brute conquest -- as the armies of
other countries have done in their histories -- only as an instrument of a free
nation's self-defense, which means: the defense of a man's individual rights.
The principle of using force only in retaliation against those who initiate its
use, is the principle of subordinating might to right.