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Is it worth becoming a cosmetic consultant?

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There are many stereotypes associated with the profession of a cosmetic consultant that are not much confirmed in reality. The popular opinion is often unfair to the profession and is based on wrong premises and false assumptions. We decided to take a closer look at the most popular of them.


 Consultant's salary

The consultant's salary depends mainly on how many products she can sell in a given month. The starting rate is 25% of the total turnover, but with time and the increase in sales effectiveness, this share may increase. According to the statistics provided by the largest cosmetic companies that use such a sales model, some beauty consultants earn up to PLN 100,000 per month. As you can see, the salary is quite significant, so the thesis that it is a low-paid job is not true. The truth is that with the lack of activity and commitment to work, the consultant of a cosmetic company will earn rather little.

Professional development of a cosmetic consultant

Working as a beauty consultant requires the development of strong sales skills and the development of a number of interpersonal skills that allow you to create a network of business contacts. Thanks to such contacts, a professional cosmetic consultant can increase sales. The ability to acquire such contacts is highly valued on the labor market. The cosmetic companies themselves also provide their consultants with a number of trainings, thanks to which they have a chance to constantly improve their qualifications.

The nature of the consultant's work

Some people think that a beauty consultant's job is acquisition. This is a big mistake, in fact the profession has little to do with such activities. Professionals acquire their contacts and sell products in a completely different way. They always care about effective operation, and the acquisition itself is characterized by a low degree of effectiveness.