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VIP Jobs: Start A Beauty Business At Home

Do you want to earn some extra money? Do you like to feel beautiful and pamper yourself? Recently I got an insight how we can combine the two thanks to Fake Bake and their Fake Bake Beauty at Home scheme.

In a suite at the luxurious Soho Hotel in London, we were introduced to all of Fake Bake’s skincare, make-up and body care products. Think Fake Bake only did self-tan? Think again!

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But these products are not available in shops. The only way you can get hold of them is if you buy them from one of your friends or you set up your own business and start supplying these gorgeous pampering treats to them.

The concept of Fake Bake Beauty at home is simple. You can work the hours you want and there’s no risk as you don’t have to invest in any products up front. There’s a registration fee of just £99 which includes a starter kit of products and there’s plenty of support including business tools, marketing materials, training, insurance, a personalised webshop, promotional campaigns, and host incentives.

When I set up Live Like a VIP, I spent money on design, campaigns and my website and there is none of those costs with this. At the event we saw and tested the products, including the Elemis style D-Luxe skin care range. The highlight of this range for me is the No-Needles eraser, which promised to be as good as botox!

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As for the body range, it smells divine! There are a whole range of scents from coconut macaroon to lemon meringue so if you don’t like one you can choose another delicious one.

Dolce-Dreams-Fake-Bake-Body-rangeAnd then there’s the make-up with a key range of basic colours. What I liked is there are not a million shades of brown nor a million shades of grey here, but they’ve worked hard to select the best of each colour that will flatter most people. Pretty luxurious packaging too – I’d be proud to get these out of any make-up bag.

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So if you fancy having a make-up and pampering version of an Ann Summers party or simply selling to your mates and building from there, it seems like a great way to earn extra money. Visit the Fake Bake Beauty at Home website for full details.

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