How-To Market Your Cosmetics Business

At-home cosmetics businesses are unique in that they offer the flexibility of being self-employed but have the earning and promotion potential of larger corporations. In terms of marketing your cosmetics business, there are a large variety of benefits that you should promote, as these can attract different types of customers.

#1) Beauty benefits - The most-obvious benefit of your cosmetics business is that it makes customers more-beautiful. With customers' consent, show off before-and-afters, which show customers the profound effects of the makeup products you sell. These can be used on your signs, in your email marketing, and in a book to pass around at your makeover parties.


#2) Skin benefits - In addition to making customers more-beautiful, the products you sell also improve the skin of your customers. This is a tangible benefit which can connect with customers on an emotional level. Your products can improve their health and well-being, not just make them look more-beautiful. Use an emotional connection in all of your marketing efforts.

#3) Social benefits - Another focus of the cosmetics industry is building relationships among women. Your goal is to book appointments and parties with your clients, which are fun and exciting social events. Don't neglect the power of social interaction-there's power in numbers, and clients are more-likely to purchase more in a group because of positive feedback from the other group members. This benefits your business and also enriches the lives of your customers.

#4) Monetary benefits - In a tough economic climate, money is tight, so sell the benefit of direct interaction with a sales consultant to your clients. They often pay less for your product than they would in a department store or other retailer, plus your consultation and style tips are free. In addition, some clients might be interested in starting their own at-home business. Building your team increases your revenue, so include the great business opportunity in all of your marketing materials.

#5) Personal benefits - At-home cosmetics businesses are incredibly-empowering for the customers as well as the consultants. You've likely seen personal growth and development in your own life because of your business, so this can be a great draw for potential clients (and team-members) as well. By connecting with your clients on a personal level (even through something as simple as a car window decal advertising your business), they feel welcomed and comfortable, which will increase the amount of new bookings you receive!

The key to marketing a business like this is realizing that you have something to offer almost everyone. You'll want to use different strategies for different markets, so have a variety of marketing ideas to use-you never know when you'll meet a potential new client!

How-To Market Your Cosmetics Business

Michael Allen works as a Director of Marketing in Boston, Massachusetts. He has worked with both large companies and small local businesses for over 20 years. His vast experience in the field of marketing positions him as an expert in helping businesses expand by using marketing tactics.

As a seasoned expert in Marketing and Branding, Michael has worked with a variety of different businesses, including spas and salons. His experience with beauty signs covers a variety of industries, including nail salon signs, cosmetic signs, and hair salon signs.

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