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Photos by Suzanne Monteverdi/QNS
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Sephora at Bay Terrace Shopping Center is now open.

Bayside beauty and makeup enthusiasts don’t have to go far for their next shopping haul.

Sephora is celebrating its grand opening today, Sept. 29, at the Bay Terrace Shopping Center. The new storefront is located between Justice and Bath & Body Works.

For its opening day, the store will have music, sweet treats and free gift with purchase promotions. It will also run special deals for those Sephora Beauty Insiders and “VIB”s who are part of the chain’s rewards program.

Sephora, which has over 2,300 locations worldwide, is known for its selection of luxury beauty, skincare and fragrance products from nearly 300 brands.

The Bay Terrace storefront was the former home of clothing retailer Aeropostale before it closed earlier this year. According to schematics on the shopping center’s website, the space is approximately 4,161 square feet.

Store hours are 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. on Mondays through Saturdays and 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Sundays. Check out the location’s webpage for the latest beauty services, classes and store events.

The Bay Terrace Shopping Center is located at 23rd Avenue and Bell Boulevard and is owned by Cord Meyer Development.

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