Mary Kay is a top dog in the direct selling industry with over $2.5 billion in annual wholesale sales worldwide. Mary Kay Ash founded MK in 1963 by with the goal of helping women achieve personal growth and financial success. With more than 2 million people of all backgrounds are enjoying the advantages Mary Kay continues to empower men and women as Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultants.
Mary Kay is a cosmetic company with an unprecedented 100% guarantee. Pretty cool
Once you buy in to the company, you become an Independent Beauty Consultant. NOW you are able to do a one on one beauty application and give beauty advice that includes the latest information on skin care, color cosmetics and application techniques.
Mary Kay Review.
So, Steve, what’s the bottom line.
You can pick up a starter kit for about $100.00 that includes educational materials. Now you can have home parties with all your friends and so on.
Although you can market Mary Kay online, most IBC’s market person to person or to parties.
Your earnings are 50% on retail sales/commissions and 4% to 13% on team member depending on your level of in the company.
There are obviously more bonus plans such as the Pink Cadillac Car Bonus plan.
What’s my Mary Kay Review?
Not that I feel I need to say it but your market may be limited to a certain group of people. That being said, women are a huge market as women stick together (with all respect)
The commissions are pretty good at 50% and additional residual from your downline.
I feel that online marketing may be difficult for the beginner. BUT Mary Kay has such an online presence that it speaks for itself.
All and All Mary Kay…Good Stuff.
All of that being said, if you are serious about generating an income online and don’t want to go after your Mom, Dad, Brother, Sister, Dog, Cat, Neighbor, etc… I would highly recommend looking into a system that is geared towards the online marketer. For a limited time, you can test this Bad Boy for $2 LOL. Yep, you saw that right…$2
Have an opinion, I would love to hear it. Leave a comment.
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