One mother has penned a post of gratitude to a staff member at Sephora in Devonshire Mall, in Windsor, Ontario, after they went above and beyond to lift her daughter's confidence.It turns out Weetabix makes a cheaper own-brand version for Asda and TescoThe mother had taken her 15-year-old daughter to the store after learning she was having a hard time at school.She was being 'relentlessly ridiculed' by other young girls in her class - picking Leather Skirts on her for her choice of clothing, her skin, her voice, her hair and her eyebrows.'It breaks my heart to say that this For Love & Lemons Cocktail dress bullying has convinced my beautiful daughter that she is ugly, and her formerly outgoing and peppy personality has dimmed,' wrote the mother.
In hopes of lifting her confidence, the unnamed mother took her daughter to the mall at her request. She agreed on buying her daughter some light makeup to help her feel better while at school.But buying makeup MICHAEL Michael Kors black Handbag MERCER wasn't the reason for her post, which was submitted to Spotted in Windsor.
Oh no, this mother's post was to recognise the staff member that once again put a smile on her daughter's face.She explained: 'We had been in the store for a bit when a young girl approached us and asked us if there was anything she could help us with.'She was a petite blonde girl, absolutely stunning, and fit almost all of the criteria (from the outside) as the type of girls who pick on my daughter.Both myself and my daughter sometimes feel intimidated in this store - the girls are often made up beautifully, they exude confidence… for someone new to makeup, or someone with pre-existing self-esteem issues, it's easy to feel somehow inferior, regardless of their sunny disposition.
This time, I was blown away.'She explained they were helped with products, but more than anything it was the employee's kindness towards her daughter that really made her shine.The mother said: 'More than anything her kindness towards my daughter was what stunned me. I feel as though she somehow caught onto my daughters struggles with self-esteem during our conversation, and she went above and beyond to make her feel comfortable in her own skin.'She pointed out the areas that my daughter has been most insecure about lately (like her full brows, her curly hair.