Not Worth Time or Money
BEWARE!!!!!!! Even thought I love Mary Kay products, selling it is a whole another story. I started to sell Mary Kay about a year and half ago. WRONG. You have to pay out the but to make any money. I ... read full review17 Replies - Latest reply on 05/29/2013
Lied To About Selling Mary Kay!!!
THIEF RIVER FALLS, MINNESOTA -- I had a friend that sold Mary Kay! I got her 50% discount which was GREAT at times when I needed something. (Which was not very often)twice to be exact... But she kept asking me If I would sell under ... read full review7 Replies - Latest reply on 05/07/2009
MORROW, GEORGIA -- This related to my other review for David's Bridal. In short, we were duped into a Mary Kay party by DB saying we'd won a spa day.
Against our better judgment, we stuck around for the party even after ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 10/14/2009
Ripped off and uninformed
About 4 months ago a friend asked me if I wanted to join her for dinner so I did thinking it was for friends. Instead when I got there all of the tables were full of Mary Kay items. The consultant lied ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 08/13/2012
One of the mother's at my son's school asked me buy from her so I did in good faith. The products are crap and did nothing but break my face out. I ordered lipstick, press powder and blemish control, and she threw in a few other things along with a large invoice. I returned the unused items and kept the ones I ordered. She didn't give me a new invoice but asked me for the money at a child's birthday party and had me make check out to her. She charged me $55.00 for items that cost $42.00.
2 Replies - Latest reply on 06/25/2011Add reply
I've been requesting a new invoice and the money she overcharged me. She has ignored my emails for the past two months. Unbelievable. How can Mary Kay support this type of business? I will never buy from her or Mary Kay again.
I was done wrong
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA -- I ordered $300.00 worth of Mary Kay products and it broke my skin out. I then contacted the Mary Kay consultant and she offered me a new product. I tried it and again my skin gave a negative response. ... read full review6 Replies - Latest reply on 06/12/2011
Wow, what a winner, this lady had a bunch of smokey product (smelled like her house) she advertises on a local ad engine. Says she is selling it for her daughter, sells outdated junk!!!!!! Beware of Mary kay products, smelled rancid. 7 Replies - Latest reply on 05/30/2011Add reply
I won a Marykay makeover party from Oktoberfest and was pretty excited about. However the representative that hosted the party really didn't and still doesn't have it together. I had to send out the invitations ... read full review5 Replies - Latest reply on 07/11/2012
Mary Kay promises to be a honest and true company, however it's representatives surely don't honor that. After contacting [snip] several times after I ordered over $100 dollars, she soon started to ignore my calls and emails. I clearly stated to her that she should either either pay me back or send me the product, it would be the right thing to do. Altogether, it's very sad that a person such as she has claimed to have such a wonderful success story but has now retreated into stealing money from others while cutting off all contact.
4 Replies - Latest reply on 11/23/2010Add reply
She has clearly shown that she has become a con-artist for Mary Kay and is a disgrace to its name
PHILA, PENNSYLVANIA -- I was asked (by a friend) to visit a MK meeting and share some ideas I had to tie in MK products with my business. Once there I was told that I could not speak but could pass out info after the meeting. Another woman was told the same thing. I then knew I was there under false pretenses, and was there as a guest and had to sit in on the meeting. My "friend" needed to meet a "invited guest" quota. Was of course asked to join the fun. I said "no thank you" but I do use the product and would be happy to be a faithful buyer. Got no positive feed back on this comment. They wanted me in to bring in others.
7 Replies - Latest reply on 12/17/2008Add reply
They were not interested in me being a consumer of there product at all. I was only the means to an end for the upline.