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Beauty Advisor

Posted By: Shonabushani

Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2019

Remuneration: Best Offer

Mobile: +60129146470

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We are seeking a pleasant and competitive Beauty Advisor/Promoter that thrives in attracting new customers in the Singapore market.

The successful candidates will play a fundamental role in engaging customer with in-dept product knowledge and give recommendation to customer on the right product to suit their skin type.
You must be comfortable making products demonstration, generating interest and qualifying sales prospects.

• Demonstrate and provide FOREO product information to customer.
• Provide outstanding Customer Service and work as a team to achieve monthly store targets.
• Assist with administrative, operations, housekeeping duties.
• Identify interest and understand customer needs and requirements.
• Perform inventory count at end of the month.
• Report on demonstration related information (interest level, questions asked, number brochures/flyers distributed, etc.)

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