Clinique Takes on the Penn State Bookstore

Photo by Kimberly Hutchison

“Oh my gosh it can’t be true! It just can’t be!”

This was basically Valley’s train of thought when we discovered that Clinique found a new home in Penn State’s student bookstore. Now, not only can you purchase some books and Penn State gear, but you can also pick up some makeup tips and products while you’re at it!

Clinique has always been a credible, reliable brand, which is why it could not be any more perfect for students. We asked Clinique representative Tera Stevens what her one product recommendation was for students.

“I would recommend our three step skincare line,” Stevens says. “We are able to customize it for anyone’s skin. So any problem that you think you have that cannot be solved, Clinique can solve it.”

Also, when we asked what Clinique’s most popular product is, she told us once again that it is the three-step skincare line. Coincidence? We think not.

“People always come back for skincare. To have great makeup you have to have great skin.”

Staying on the topic of skincare, a common makeup mistake that people make is mismatching foundation. With the weather changing, skin tones getting lighter, and skin drying out, it’s easy to see why this mistake can be made. A great service that Clinique offers to help with this is free foundation matching. You can go in, sit down, and have a Clinique representative find the perfect color and type of foundation for your skin!

Not only can you get your foundation matched, but also every Wednesday, starting February 25, Clinique will be hosting Brow Bar Wednesdays. Stop by if you feel like getting your brows filled in and also learn how to do them yourself for FREE!

Last, but certainly not least, to welcome the students, Clinique will be hosting their first giveaway in the HUB on March 2! This is your chance to win some free, quality makeup products.

Whatever it may be that you need, the Clinique employees are eager to help. There are no dumb questions when it comes to makeup, so don’t be afraid to ask.


Photo by Kim Hutchison