Being a Younique Presenter is not worth it...
I used to be a Younique presenter, and when I started I was so excited.The company definitely has great incentives and benefits, BUT...
It is extremely hard to get past that. When I started, I reached yellow status in less than two weeks (thanks to my Mom and family for buying the products that I was selling). However, after exhausting all my potential buyers (aka family and friends), it was extremely hard to sell to anyone else. The elite up-line are so catty and unhelpful.
They claim to be helping by having weekly talks, etc. but honestly... It's just empty words said differently every time. They tell you you can do it, that you have to put yourself out there, etc.
etc. but they never tell you how to market your products when meeting new people. They just tell you you can do it, and to believe in yourself. Additionally, I found it hard to sell the products because they were super over priced despite being low quality.
They claimed that the liquid foundation didn't need a powder to set it because it dries as a powder, but many of my customers still found themselves setting the foundation with powder. The mascara was said to be the holy grail of all their products, but I always had customer complaints about the fall-out that they would experience when using the mascara. The products are low-quality products sold at a high-quality price. My $10 foundation from Loreal has better coverage and sets a lot better than Younique's $39 foundation.
This isn't to say that none of Younique's products are good... Their skincare products are pretty good, but again... Overpriced for the amount that you get.
Overall, I wouldn't recommend becoming a Younique presenter nor buying from them.You can get better products at cheaper prices from credible businesses.
Reason of review: Not as described.
Monetary Loss: $1500.
Preferred solution: Full refund.
I liked: Skin care products.
I didn't like: Quality, Cost, Price, Quality of products compared to how they advertise it.