Beauty Product Representative

Beauty Product Representative

Some people were born to sell and others to embellish. In some instances, a person has both sales and beauty running through their veins. Fortunately for them, there's a career perfectly suited for both traits - a Beauty Product Representative. A Beauty Product Representative' job is staying at the forefront of the companies she/he works for - marketing the most recent products and trends in the industry.

As a Beauty Product Representative, advertising is the be-all, end-all of your job. Your objective is to sell as several of the products you are demonstrating as you can. Even it is a flat iron or the latest pair of scissors, your corporation needs you to move these products and you will have to sell them anywhere they send you. Beauty Product Representatives are the star salespeople at beauty shows. They pack the room through their high-powered, charming performances, and these educational sessions produce sales. The Beauty Product Representative must interrelate with the crowd after the show and answer questions, which also boosts sales.

Products sold into salons can comprise shampoos, conditioners, styling products such as glazes, gels, sculpting lotions, sprays or spritzes, facial and skin products comprising cosmetics, cleansers, toners, moisturizers, waxes and creams, or manicure/ pedicure products like polishes, files, acrylic nail products pumice stones and buffers.

Is really important maintain a healthy Lifestyle and suitable styling according to the beauty canons of products you're selling. Eat healthily by consuming Foods low in cholesterol is a breakthrough to become to become a role model for clients.

Employment Outlook

The most of Beauty Product Representatives work from household offices on a day-to-day basis and sporadically go to their corporation headquarters to attend meetings, get supplies, receive training or turn in paperwork. Although you won't work side-by-side with a team of coworkers each day, the job of a product representative is far from lonely. You'll work directly with other workers of the product company including administrative and marketing personnel, salon educators and design teams in an effort to build sales and increase customer loyalty, excitement, and word-of-mouth advertising.

Many beauty product corporations choose licensed cosmetologists for their places, because of to the level of professional assurance salon workers have in their cosmetologists.

Salary potential

Some Beauty Product Representatives are salaried workers and others are independent freelancers who work on a commission-only basis. In either case, most entry-level Beauty Product Representatives receive $20000-$40000 in their first year. With hard work, experience and an established area, salary potential is indefinite - in some cases escalating to six figures. Some corporations provide company vehicles while others compensate for milage. In all cases, Beauty Product Representatives receive reimbursement for most work-related expenses and travel costs.

What skills do I need to become a Platform Artist?

The following skills are essential in order to become a successful Beauty Product Representative:
  • Outstanding communication skills
  • Sales skills
  • Sympathetic personality
  • Self confidence
  • Organized/ self-motivated/ ability to work unproven
  • Business and management skills
  • Trouble solving/ multi-tasking ability


A common day for a Beauty Product Representative frequently begins with communication - calling to set meetings, checking and responding to emails and voicemails, and general follow-up and reply with customers and peers.

On busy days, for a Beauty Product Representative usually starts with visit her/his first salon right when it opens. While at the salon, she/ he checks inventory levels and arrange a re-order, create or evaluate retail product promotions, implement fun contests and incentives for stylists, and introduce/ sell new products. After he/she has visited all of customers for the day, Beauty Product Representative will return to her/his office and end her/his day the same way she/he began. Beauty Product Representative will follow up on missed calls, return emails, take and place orders, and plan her/his next day.