She and her friend were the only two customers in the shop with four employees, but she felt she was pulling teeth to get someone to help her. Admittedly, she doesn't like the pushy "Oh, you want eye shadow? Here, let's put you in some lip liner, too!" routine that can happen all too often, but the silent treatment is no better. She was so frustrated that she refused to buy anything.
I like it when people greet me and are ready to help, but don't attack me with a blush brush. As for you, which beauty counter etiquette do you prefer? Would you rather be left to your own devices, guided along the way, or totally doted upon?