Top Liked Authors
Top videos
Users Online (323)
Hosting an Avon Party
I've been a Beauty Advisor with Avon - training reps to host skincare parties and boost their businesses, I've also been an Avon Party Angel - hosting Avon parties.    Avon parties aren't necessarily just for the benefit of the Avon Representative! They are lots of fun and the hostess/host can benefit as well!   I've been invited to demonstrate at fundraising parties, Christmas parties, summer fairs etc. With an Avon Party there's something for everyone! Themed parties are fun. Some themes which could be available (obviously it depends on the Rep):   Pampered Piggies Party (FootWorks and a pedicure) Pretty Princess Party - for a young lady's birthday party Baby Shower - for the expectant mum to be pampered using Avon products Seasonal party - Christmas, Easter. Mother's Day, Valentine's Day etc. 'Mazing Mani - a manicure   All of the above are subject to your Representative.    When I have done parties, there have been lots of samples, games, prizes, hostess gifts, money off offers and best of all - fun and laughter!     Why not contact your local Representative and ask if they will demonstrate at an Avon party.  
Occasional Contributor Occasional Contributor replied
Thanks @carolynsateam. I'm a new rep so trying to find ways of getting more customers. more
Recruiting now for new Reps
Hi I have self-employed opportunities in your area today! Become an Independent Avon Representative and show AVON'S fabulous brochure to customers. Plus you also have the CHOICE to build your own team as an Independent Avon Sales Leader, with my help and support. Interested? Or know anyone that is, please pass this on to them. Call me Denise Independent Avon Sales Leader. Email: Visit My Personal Recruitment Page, and register today to join my team and become your own Avon Representative What you get when you join me: Your very own starter kit, with lots of information to help you. Your first 2 campaign brochures FREE You can earn upto 25% of your sales You get your own personal inline brochure for easier shopping. Plus early next year you will get your very own Avon Shop on Line, how fantastic is that, customers can shop with ease and can have several options to pay and how there Avon is delivered. Get in touch now, dont wait click on my PRP page and register now to join me!
Superstar Superstar replied
You couldn't have paid £26 because the fee is set by Avon UNLESS they did something strange with yo... more
Fresh and Fabulous Blog - How to use Avon Christmas 3D Cookie Cutters to create this amazing display



Isn't this cookie display fun? It's made with Avon's Christmas 3D Cookie Cutters and it's so easy, you can rustle it up in no time. 


Fancy making this display for yourself? First up, you'll need to make a simple gingerbread dough.


You'll need...


  • 180g butter
  • 150g golden syrup
  • 150g black treacle
  • 125g light brown sugar
  • 500g plain flour
  • 1 tbsp ground ginger
  • 1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda
  • 1/4 tsp salt

What to do...


Melt the butter, syrup, black treacle and sugar together in a pan over a low heat, then set aside to cool.


Mix the flour, ginger, bicard and salt together in a bowl, then pour the cooled syrup mixture into the bowl. Mix until it comes together in a smooth ball. Wrap in cling film and chill for around an hour until it's nice and firm. 




Preheat your oven to 180C (160C fan) and then roll out your dough on a floured surface to about 1cm thick, and then cut out your shapes.




When you've used up all the free space, gather up the offcuts and roll them out again to make extra presents. 




Place all your cookies on parchment lined baking sheets, leaving space between them. Place the Chritmas Trees towards the top of the oven and the other sheets on the lower shelves. 


Bake for 10-12 minutes until golden.




Remove from the oven and leave to cool completely.


Now you can make your decorating icing. 


You'll need...


  • 340g icing sugar
  • 2 eggs whites
  • 1/2 tsp cream of tartar
  • 1 tbsp water

What to do...


Put all your icing ingredients in a bowl except the water. Beat until really shiny, then add the water and beat again. This will make it a little looser so that it's easier to pipe.




Transfer your mixture to a piping bag and snip a tiny bit off the end of the bag to create a small hole. 


Pipe your patters onto your presents and Chritmas Tree however you choose, remembering to leave little gaps where the two cookies will fit together. 




You can do any design you like. This is a fun job for the kids to help with. 




When you're finished decorating, simply leave your icing to set before assembling your cookies. 








You can buy Avon's Christmas 3D Cookie Cutters online or from an Avon Representative near you. To find your local Representative: CLICK HERE

Minerals Powder Foundation
 I tried this yesterday for the first time ,and I'm very impressed ,I've always used a liquid foundation previously ,but I'm a convert to this product now ☺ Just use the Kabuki brush to apply it ,and in seconds you can see your skin have a lovely even appearance.☺ 
Occasional Contributor Occasional Contributor replied
hi i have  always used bare minerals medium beige, but i tried the nude shade  in avon which you m... more
WATCH AND WIN: Mikhila's Avon Christmas Haul competition
Hi everyone,   How quickly is November flashing past?! We thought we would give you a chance to get fully in the mood for Christmas and 'watch and win' with the help of Mikhila's Christmassy new video.   You're in with a chance to win YOUR favourite of Mikhila's gorgeous Christmas picks. Just w atch the video now, pick your favourite item then follow the 'how to enter' instructions below  >>           HOW TO ENTER: All we want you to do is to watch the video (above) and then name your favourite item featured for your chance to win it  If you're new to this, just use the comments box below to name your fave item...    For more information please see the terms and conditions attached   Good luck everyone!   TessAvon x  
Occasional Visitor emmadionne Occasional Visitor replied
love love love the 12 nail polish advent box, gorgeous colours for all occassions more
Fresh and Fabulous Blog - Make this decadent chocolate fondant with an oozing chocolate caramel centre





To my mind, there is no better dessert than a chocolate fondant. It looks like an innocent chocolate cake until you slide your spoon into it, releasing a flood or hot, rich chocolate sauce. Incredible. 


This one is very simple to make, and is extra special thanks to a spoonful of caramel swirling through the centre of each one.


chocolate-fondant served.jpg


Here's what to do. Makes 4.




  • 4 mini pudding moulds 7.5cm diameter
  • 100g (3.5 oz) dark chocolate
  • 100g (3.5 oz) butter (plus a little for greasing)
  • 2 medium free range eggs
  • 70g (2.5. oz) caster sugar
  • 50g (1.75 oz) flour
  • 10g (0.5 oz) cocoa (plus a little to dust the moulds)
  • ½ tsp of baking powder
  • 4 rounded tsp of caramel (you can buy jars of caramel - choose a firm one, such as dulce de leche)
  • A little icing sugar to dust




  1. Place your jar of caramel in the fridge until you're ready to use it (it helps it firm up). Preheat the oven to 200C fan.
  2. Grease the inside of the moulds generously with butter then dust with cocoa, turning the moulds to cover every bit of the inside and shaking off the excess. Set aside.
  3. Put the chocolate in a heatproof bowl and microwave in 15 second blasts until just melted. Set aside to cool.
  4. Whip the eggs and caster sugar together until they are thick and form ribbons on the surface than sink in gently.
  5. Fold the cooled chocolate gently into the eggs, then seive in the flour, cocoa and baking powder and gently fold that in too.
  6. Share half the batter between each of the moulds, then carefully place a rounded tsp of carmamel in the centre of each mould. Cover over with the remaining batter and gently level off each mould. Place them in the fridge for an hour (or overnight, which is great if you're making them for Chritmas and want less work on the day).
  7. Bake the fondant in centre oven for 5-6 minutes until just set on top - keep an eye on them as overbaking with cause the middles to set. Tip immediately onto plates and serve hot with a dusting of icing sugar. Watch as your family/guests discover that wonderful molten centre!

To make this dessert really special, I dressed the table with these fantastic battery powered flickering candles.




And this adorable little house, which can be lit with tea lights.




You can buy these items and lots of other fab home and kitchen accessories online or from an Avon Representative near you. To find your local Representative: CLICK HERE

Load More
Back to top