Do you need more money? I suppose that’s a silly question. I mean… who couldn’t use a few extra dollars at the end of the week? But if I don’t ask, then I wouldn’t have the chance to tell you about the terrific opportunity selling Avon offers. So, I’ll ask again. Need more money?
Although Avon is available in other countries, this particular offer is only for people who legally reside in the United States.
If you need a few more dollars, Avon just might be the answer you’ve been looking for. Best of all, for a limited time, it’s free to join. That’s right. It’s completely free to get started with your own Avon beauty business. They give you the training. They set up an Avon eStore for you. They give you an easy to use social media tool and a digital catalog that contains a virtual makeup “TRY IT ON” tool, all free of charge.
Don’t get me wrong. Avon isn’t offering any get rich quick schemes. It’s honestly one of those, you-get-what-you-put-into-it opportunities. The harder you work… the more people you approach… the more you learn about the products… will all ultimately reflect upon your earnings potential.
You can sell Avon in person, to friends, coworkers, and family, or only online. It’s up to you!
You can even sell Avon only to yourself. Instead of earning money, you’ll get your Avon products at a discounted price.
It doesn’t happen over night but it does present an opportunity to work from home, make your own hours, and earn some extra money selling something that everyone already knows, loves, and might even be looking for right now.
Why Sell Avon?
Since I started selling Avon, I’ve learned each of my customer’s favorite Avon products before they even place an order. I’ve heard things like, I’m so glad you’re selling Avon because… I miss my Avon bubble bath… I love Avon eye liner… I need my Skin So Soft bug guard… Do they still have Sweet Honesty?
People are also very nostalgic about it. I think every one I’ve spoken to about Avon, knew an Avon lady in their past. It might even have been their mom or grandmother.
And even though Avon is a nostalgic company that’s been around for 134 years and counting, it’s definitely NOT outdated. Along with their tried and true classic favorites, they have many new higher end products that can please even those people who only buy their cosmetics at places like Ulta and Sephora. Avon also has cutting edge hair care products and all kinds of must-have fabulous Korean beauty products that I personally have fallen in love with after giving them a try.
How much do you make selling Avon?
The earning potential at Avon starts at 25% of your total cosmetic sales (20% for fashion) after you sell your first $40.00 and continues to grow to where you can earn 30% of your cosmetic sales and even more as you move up in the company and grow your team. In addition, you’ll earn bonuses and rewards along the way AND there are MANY other perks and discounts that come your way from other companies as well.
What are the perks of selling Avon?
Here’s a chart created by a fellow Avon Representative (used with her permission) that shows some of the earning potential and perks of becoming an Avon Independent Sales Representative at the time of this posting, September 3, 2020. All of this information is subject to change in the future.
In addition to all of that, Avon is a lot of fun. It’s fun to learn about the cosmetics. It’s fun to meet new people and to reconnect with some folks you might not have heard from in a while. It’s also A LOT of fun to receive some extra money directly into your bank account 2 days after making a sale!
So, let me ask you again; Need more money?
If the answer is yes, I’d love to have you join my team! And another yes, just a couple of short months in, I already have my own Avon team. I’m telling you, I really love Avon! Click HERE to learn more and join my team.
Wishing you a beautiful day,
Your Online Avon Lady, Robin S.
Where To Go Next
- Browse the Current Avon Brochure
- Shop at my Avon eStore
- Become Your Own Beauty Boss – Join Free For a Limited Time
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