Are you looking to join Younique and become a presenter?
If so, this post is for you!
In the past week I’ve had many presenters email me before joining to ask very similar questions, so I thought it would be a good idea for me to write a post about it.
How much does it cost to sign up?
When you sign up as a presenter, you pay $99 USA, $119 Canada, $129 Australia, HK$775 Hong Kong, $139 New Zealand, €107 France, Spain, Germany, Italy and Ireland, £60 United Kingdom for the cost of your kit.
Believe me when I tell you that the contents in your Younique kit are amazing!You get: $15 Y-Cash
Younique-branded, oval case plus
Coupon for Younique-branded, purple faux-leather makeup bag
Moodstruck 3D Fiber Lashes+
Moodstruck Addiction Shadow Palette 1**
Splurge Cream Shadow — Hopeful
Moodstruck Precision Brow Liner — Medium
Moodstruck Precision Pencil Eyeliner — Perfect
Moodstruck Splash Liquid Lipstick — Sentimental
Moodstruck Precision Pencil Lip Liner — Plush
Moodstruck Minerals Lucrative Lip Gloss — Lucid
Younique Royalty Pore Purifying Cleanser
Younique Royalty Uplift Beauty Serum
Younique Royalty Rose Water Toning Spritz
Deluxe Eye Brush
Angled Shadow/Sponge Brush
Younique Royalty Detoxifying Mask Sample Sachet (3)
Touch Foundation Sample Card
White Status Presenter Charm
ZenPrint Promotional Card
You also get your Younique website free with a built in inventory, back office and customer service!
Is there a monthly auto-ship or any extra costs to pay monthly?
No. You pay your initial money for your kit and that is it. You are not required to keep inventory at your house. There are no hidden costs.
What else do I need to know?
You have to sell at least $125 every 3 months in order to stay active with Younique. Instead of letting that number seem daunting to you, think of it in different terms. If you just sell two 3D Fiber Lash Mascaras every month, you will be active. It’s much easier to think of it like that, at least for me it is.
Do I have to have home parties?
No! I was attracted to Younique because I could run my parties from my cell phone where ever I was. Now that I’ve been involved with Younique for four months the idea of having a home party is more appealing.
Inviting friends over, playing with makeup, and having a drink doesn’t sound too bad. In fact, when you are dealing with makeup, it’s sometimes better to be able to play around with it so you can make sure to get the right colors for your face! But again, you do not have to have home parties.
How do I get sales?
Younique integrates perfectly with Facebook when it comes to having an online party. You can create a group or event, invite your friends, and they can shop through the link we provide!
Once you get customers from your link, you can then ask your customers if they would like to host a Facebook party for their friends. I mean, who doesn’t want hostess rewards? I mean, it is free make up!
Then you get more customers as your network expands.
You just keep on going. It’s nice because you get to branch out of your personal contacts and meet new people all of the time! The best case scenario is that your customers sign up to be presenters. If they don’t join, they can host a party!
You can also use Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, and any other social media. Post pictures, include your link, and build a following. Speaking of pictures, how do I get access to people’s results from using the Younique products?
After you sign up to be a presenter, we share access to hundreds of photos from other presenters and customers. You are free to use these pictures to do your marketing on Facebook, or any other social media site. You do not need to ask permission; the pictures are for us to use. You also receive training and mentorship.
What happens after I sign up to be a presenter?
Well first, we are going to celebrate! I will send you an email congratulating you and then I will friend request you on Facebook. Then, I will introduce you to your team.
These pages are really super cool because you get to know the other presenters, get updates, ask questions and get lots of support from other presenters.