Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Mary Kay Lady




Over the weekend I attended a friend's Mary Kay business debut. It was her first home party, and it was actually quite a bit of fun.

My friend is a single mother of a school-age daughter, and she has told me that she is tired of the corporate world. She wants to find a way to earn money from home. So, she has ventured into selling Mary Kay.

I had never used a Mary Kay product before this party, but I must say that the products seem very nice. My favorite color is pink, so I love how most of the containers are a beautiful shade of pink. My friend talked to me about possibly becoming a Mary Kay lady as well.

It seems like a nice business venture. My main drawback is that you need $100 to start. As opposed to Avon, where you only need $10 to start. And, I have used Avon products since I was a little girl. My mother loved their skin creams, and bought all the various scents. I love them now, and am a dedicated Avon fan.

If you are looking to purchase some Mary Kay products online, my friend's website is www.marykay.com/metoyamonroe

Just wondering, have you or anyone you've known experienced much success with selling for Mary Kay or Avon? I'd love to hear your thoughts.

Have a happy Wednesday!

3 comments:

Love Abounds At Home said...

Congratulations on starting your business. I've known reps who were very successful and some who weren't. Personality is a plus.
My 1st Mary Kay lady was a sweetheart. I moved. The 2nd one was a stalker.
I don't use it any more, but I will pass on your information. I believe that you can and will be great at it :)

Robin said...

I love Mary Kay products, but I can't afford to use them often.

Some people make great money selling Mary Kay. I looked into selling years ago and went to one of their meetings (an odd, surreal experience, actually). The leader was so successful, she actually had quit working as a nurse and was making more money. I think she's the exception rather than the rule. I've used the products off and on for years, and most of my reps have only lasted a year or two.

If she's passionate about it and works really hard, she might be able to make a go of it. But, she has to treat it like a full-time job and really go for it. I don't think you can make much if you don't do that. Also, if she doesn't have a good sales type personality, you should probably kindly tell her not to bother. It's painful to watch a limp dish rag try to sell you products. I actually asked one of my reps why MK didn't include sunscreen in the foundation, because so many other companies had started doing it. It was clear she was making up the answer as she was giving it to me. Kind of pathetic.

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