CAMERA-READY: Lancôme kicked off its first Primetime Emmy partnership Wednesday night by giving some 60 makeup artists, all members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, a chance to order its latest products over cocktails at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills. "This is your passport to beauty, use it to work your magic," Ross Burton, Lancôme’s national artistic director, told guests. "It’s not a hard sell like at a department store," said "The Shield" makeup artist Jennifer Zide. "We’re all professionals here, plus it’s good fun." The "long-term" partnership includes a Peninsula beauty suite open to nominees for three days before the Sept. 22 awards, and "touch-up lounges" manned by Lancôme makeup artists in the ladies’ and men’s bathrooms at the Shrine Auditorium on the big day.

SAYONARA SEPHORA: Sisley is pulling out of Sephora. "Due to serious conflicts, Sisley has decided to cease its commercial relations with the company Sephora," Sisley said in a statement this week. "This decision was made at the end of August." Sisley executives refused to comment further. But industry sources speculate the high-end French skin care firm took issue primarily with service at the LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton-owned perfumery chain.

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