Seeing makeup get damaged is definitely any beauty lover's nightmare. But this isn't the first time we've seen makeup products get f**ked up. We still can't get over when a MUA was caught destroying Fenty Beauty products voluntarily.
This time, the internet is up in arms over a child who destroyed over $1K of Make Up For Ever products at Sephora. Makeup artist Brittany Nelson was so in shock when she discovered the damage, she took to her Facebook page to share the image. Of course, it went viral and everyone had an opinion on the presumed "disaster."
We bet that wasn't fun to clean up...
"We walked in right as a lady and her kid were hustling out of there," Brittany told INSIDER. "The glittery footprints helped us decipher it was a tiny human."
Of course, when Twitter got word of this, they went rogue. Some even went as far as to "mom shame" the mother who was irresponsible enough to let her child do this. While we saw some mothers agree, there were others who swiftly clapped back to those questioning her parenting skills.
See for yourself below:
Sounds like Sephora might have to make their display cases to a little bit more child-proof in the future. Do you think it's fair to blame the mother — or should we all just get over it?
(Photo: Getty Images)
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