Come July, local Target shoppers will see some store employees dressed in black in addition to the usual red and khaki.

These employees make up Target's new Beauty Concierge Service, which provides high level, unbiased beauty advice to consumers.

The program, first piloted in Chicago and since expanded to Los Angeles, will hit 36 stores in the Twin Cities region next month.

Ultimately, Target plans to equip 200 stores throughout the country with the service by the end of the year.

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