Loved the experience with the company culture and products
Freelance Makeup Artist (Former Employee) – Arlington, WA – February 26, 2016
Working with NARS was the idea experience working for a company I admired and the products I had loved since using them in makeup training. The freelance opportunity was drastically reduced due to budget cuts after 2014 in the Washington DC Metro area.
Counter Manager (Current Employee) – Short Hills, NJ – November 15, 2015
great company to work for. the makeup is amazing. company itself is a little strict as far as uniform, hair tied back, etc. besides that it was great. lots of fun colors to work with and achieve fun cool and young looks.
Boutique Manager (Current Employee) – New Jersey – November 2, 2015
Fun work place with supportive management. Company supports staff and their goals. Not all about numbers but how one can grow within the company. The most fun part of the job is working with clients establishing great relationships.
Regional Makeup Artist (Current Employee) – new orleans, la – March 6, 2015
I currently freelance for this company and they are terrible. I have been with them for 3 years and I can count on one hand the amount of Gratis (free makeup) they have given me. My accounts are all in very good standing and they never schedule hours correctly or train on new product. Don't freelance for this brand.
Excellent company culture that provided many tools for success.
Business Manager (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – December 28, 2013
I demonstrated lifestyle products that helped boost my clients confidence. I gave detailed instruction on how to use cosmetics and skin care to enhance natural beauty. The Account Executive for Nars Cosmetics was directive and supportive of my daily business plans which helped me to achieve 30-35% increases at Nordstrom.
Cosmetic sales is highly competitive and I thrived in that environment while maintaining great rapport with co-workers. I created a welcoming and educational space for interested clients as well as enticed skeptical, yet potential customers. The products were outstanding and usually spoke for themselves.
The most important thing I learned as a product demonstrator was to listen to the clients needs. I asked more questions than I gave answers. My number one job was to satisfy the needs of the customer and consequently, that was the most enjoyable aspect of my job.
semi-annual educational seminars, gratis, and excellent incentives for sales increase.