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Sephora's liberal sampling policy has made it into a beauty juggernaut, but surely even the home of a million half-used lipsticks must draw the line somewhere, right? It would probably be wrong, for example, to stop into one's local Sephora on one's way to work every morning to put on one's face. But what about a more ambiguous abuse of their generosity? What about spending half an hour to give yourself a manicure with their sample nail polish? Let us know your thoughts in the poll below, and take to the comments section if you feel the urge to elaborate.