When Brittney Nelson, a makeup artist from Georgia was shopping at a Sephora store she saw something that hit a nerve.
A display featuring Make Up For Ever eye shadows had been completely destroyed, seemingly by a child.
Snapping the image of the $1,300 worth of destroyed makeup, she shared it on Facebook where it hit home with a lot of beauty-lovers, as well as parents.
“I’m sure he/she thought they were finger paints and had no idea how naughty they were being,” Nelson began. “Mammas, please shop for your makeup without your tiny humans. It’s not fun for you . . . or them . . . or the expensive product.”
She noted in her post that she "about passed out" when she saw the "atrocity," adding advice on how people should parent their children.
That's when the heated debate sparked.