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I've been using Cloud9 for the better part of a year now to teach my students how to create web apps.
It is an amazing program that allows me to teach certain concepts that would be practically impossible any other way.
So, yeah, I have a Sephora basked filled with things that I want.
$733 worth of things that I want."I, being the makeup fiend that I am, I went to enter this old gift card, to see if there was anything on it," she continues.
Here, let Alex explain..."I just accidentally charged my mother's credit card $733," Alex says in the video.
"Every girl in the world who is a makeup hoarder has their Sephora basket filled with things they don't necessarily need, just, like, palettes and stuff that they want.
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Alex, like many of us here at Teen Vogue, is a Sephora fanatic.
She was doing what makeup obsessives do, you know, stuffing her Sephora cart with 3 worth of products, when she went to check her gift card balance, and accidentally charged her mom's credit card.
Unfortunately, it appears that users must now supply credit card info in order to create a free account. I would love to continue using and introducing my students to this tool, but I'll probably end up using something else unless they are able to create accounts without a credit card.