By  on August 15, 2019

Sephora is doubling down on its inclusivity efforts.

In May, the retailer launched “We Belong to Something Beautiful,” a public commitment to inclusivity accompanied by the announcement that Sephora would close all of its U.S. stores, distribution centers and corporate headquarters to host a one-day internal workshop. Today, Sephora announced phase two of its campaign, “Color Up Close,” which according to Karalyn Smith, Sephora’s chief people officer, will include a “comprehensive, long-term inclusion learning program” for its employees.

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