To celebrate the launch of the NEW Big & False Lash Volume Mascara , we thought that we'd host a Big & False Lash competition
For your chance to win 1 of 10 NEW Big & False Lash Volume Mascaras, all we want you to do is:
Tell us about something BIG that you’ve done this year!
SO, whatever you've done that's "big" this year: we want to read about it! We'll then announce the winner here in "Competitions" on Monday 10th August !
Good luck everyone, and please see the T&Cs attached
I was drinking my green tea this morning and thought "I definitely couldn't live without green tea!" I then started thinking about what Avon products I couldn't live without, and I definitely couldn't live without E-Defence Deep Recovery Night Cream or Clinical Eye Lift PRO now!
Let me know what Avon products you couldn't live without and why!
Hi everyone ive recently had one of my customers ask me about a rasberry cooler face mask that avon used to do? anyone know what happened to it, or if it will ever come back or even a simular product that she might be able to use insted? Thanks in advance xx
Hello All, I've been an Avon rep since January and have found lots of answers to lots of questions on these boards but have never contributed until today. I actually popped in to find out about returns, ended up reading (and replying to) a post about depression and thought it was about time I stopped lurking and started posting! I live in Kent and I never imagined I'd be an Avon rep! I kind of fell into it by accident I was upstairs someone knocked on the door, by the time I had got downstairs they had gone but left a card. I thought it was someone collecting a book that had been left several months earlier. I grabbed the book run down the road said "Do you want this?" and the wonderful lady (Tracey) said no I'm recruiting Avon representatives. Me being me (I'll explain more in a little while) said "How fabulous, where do I sign up?" And so it began! lol. You see I am autistic. I only had a diagnosis 8 years ago, previous to that I thought I was just weird! So although I run a very (I know I am lucky) sucessful business and I am also an article writer I pretty much keep myself to myself. I've had a life time of being called weird etc so it always felt like the safe option. But I've got to say being an Avon rep has truly been life changing for me. At first I was getting palpitations knocking on doors "Hello, I've called for the Avon book" and also delivering customers orders but now I feel like a new woman. Seriously! It seems I'm not as odd as I thought I was My confidence is growing daily, I'm getting to try lots of lovely products I wouldn't have dreamed of trying before and best of all my customer base is growing with every campaign. I think my (second) post might be too waffly. I hope you'll all forgive me - I can be a bit too chatty! There is one thing I am doing but I haven't told my customers as I do not want them to feel any kind of pressure to buy. All the commission I earn in my first year of being an Avon rep I will be giving to The National Autistic Society. Since my diagnosis I have walked from Land's End to John O'Groats twice, walked the length of Hadrian's Wall once and have cycled from Kent to London to raise awareness of autism in adults but to be honest my knees can no longer take the strain so I thought this might be a nice way to raise some funds and say thank you to the NAS. I think I will, on the first anniversary of my being an Avon representative, pop cards through the doors of my customers to say thank you for their orders and tell them what I have done with the commisssion I have earned. Gawd don't I go on! Hope I get to know you all better soon, Rae xx