Sephora will open this summer at Kohl’s in Waukesha
WAUKESHA, WI – Sephora is opening this summer at Kohl’s clothing store in Waukesha. Waukesha is one of 16 cities in Wisconsin where the makeup retailer will open.
Kohl’s at 2130 E. Moreland Boulevard will host a new Sephora in the summer of 2022, the company announced.
Each Sephora at Kohl’s will span 2,500 square feet at the front of the store. This area will mimic a standalone Sephora, with a similar look and inventory.
Employees will offer beauty consultations to recommend skin, hair and fragrance products. Customers can test out these items to see what best suits their style.
“It has always been our intention to keep Sephora’s beauty assortment at Kohl’s as relevant and similar as possible to our standalone Sephora stores,” Sephora Executive Vice President Artemis Patrick said in a statement. “We want every customer who comes to Sephora at Kohl’s to be able to discover new brands and find their favorites, just like they do at our other Sephora stores.”
Kohl’s launched its partnership with Sephora last fall, opening 200 locations in the first batch. The clothing chain will open another 400 stores in 36 states.
Including the Waukesha location, Kohl’s will open these stores in 16 cities across Wisconsin.
- Bottom of the lake
- East Green Bay
- green field
- Johnson’s Creek
- Lake Delton
- oak stream
- Stevens Point
- West Allies
- west elbow
A map of every Sephora coming to Kohl’s has been posted here.
This is the second round of Sephora store openings in Wisconsin — stores opened in several cities, including Brookfield and Menomonee Falls in 2021. A total of 13 stores opened last year.
Kohl’s hopes to have a Sephora in 850 stores by 2023.
“We are thrilled to bring Kohl’s Sephora closer to millions more of our customers nationwide,” Doug Howe, Kohl’s Chief Merchandising Officer, said in a statement. “Sephora’s rapid and broad rollout at Kohl’s demonstrates our confidence in this partnership and the need to make prestige beauty more accessible to people around the world.”
Jacob Baumgart of Patch staff contributed to this article.