Client Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – November 1, 2017
I was fun work place. You gain a lot of knowledge from the store it self to all the products you have come into the store, which is great. I personally learned a lot from them from retail to customer service!
Merchandise Coordinator / Esthetician (Former Employee) – Ahwatukee, AZ – October 24, 2017
Beauty Brands is a Great place to shop, however working there is horrible. They do not give full time hours to anyone but Assitant managers and General Managers. The company give you discounts on salon services so thats a plus. They do have some great managers.
Shift manager (Former Employee) – Greenwood, IN – September 22, 2017
Working at Beauty Brands was fun because of the coworkers but the place is poorly managed. I became a shift manager and it all went downhill. I loved the job but you can not do your job if you are not a team with other managers. Great place to work if you are just starting out and aren't relying on that pay to live.
NAIL TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Lawrence, KS – September 17, 2017
The manager had no knowledge of the beauty industry. So much gossip and cliquey-ness. Wasn't fun to come into work after about a 3 months. The Corporation does make sense as how a CSS can move their way up to a General Manager in 6 years total working for the company.
Senior Stylist (Former Employee) – Ohio – August 29, 2017
The only issue I've ever had with the company as a whole is the lack of communication among upper management at times. Other than that its always been an amazing environment to work in. Very sad to leave.
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Blue Springs, MO – August 15, 2017
Fun and relatively easy work place, but compensation is incredibly poor for non-salon staff. Lots of physical demands on the job, so must be able to do that, and demanding in regards to retail schedule, but easier than other physical jobs.
This was a part time job I took great interest in! The beauty Industry has always been something I take pretty seriously and as a student in high school, this job couldn't have prepared me more for the jobs Ive had since. I learned an overwhelmingly amount of information on hundreds of different beauty products! It was a bit intimidating, considering the hundreds of products I was responsible of selling, but It taught me a lesson I will have forever. New job? Just go for it!
I initially enjoyed my first year with Beauty Brands but it became evidently clear there would be no room for growth based on current management. People were promoted based on favoritism and not on experience or work ethic.
Stylist (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – July 2, 2017
this store had a lot of great potential. Management failed in many ways for a starting business. After working their for about five months this seem to take a dramatic change new managment came in and upgraded security issues.
Massage Therapist / Corporate Trainer (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – June 27, 2017
Great company to work for, great opportunities for growth and education. Good Benefits plan. Great commission for all salon and spa employees. Can't wait for them to come to Florida so i can rejoin them.
Esthetician (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – June 15, 2017
as the lead aesthetician it was up to me to order products that i needs as well as ensure loyalty between my clients and the retail wall. i recommended products in my down time and set up appointments for brand representatives to come and teach me more.
Customer Service Specalist/Stylist/Beauty Advisor (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – June 7, 2017
working here is nice because supplies are there for you whenever you need it, clients aren't very hard to get and its a comfortable working environment but it is mainly retail sales. it is not very comfortable or can be challenging depending on co workers and management.