3 Beauty Brands That Are Offering Commission to Stylists Right Now

For an industry that thrives on human connection and personal relationships, we know how difficult these past few weeks have been, and how scary the future might seem. While salon doors are closed, there are a number of steps you can take to help yourself. First, apply for the PBA Covid Relief Fund. Second, brush up on your skills with free virtual education. And, last but not least, consider joining one of the following affiliate programs to generate some income.

Amika is offering 40% commission on sales that stylists make to their clients. Stylists can register at https://loveamika.com/affiliates to join the affiliate program and receive a unique link they can share with their network. Then, the Amika warehouse ships products directly to clients.

dpHUE is offering 50% commission on orders placed through their app. Simply download the app, place an order for your clients through the app and dpHUE will handle the shipment for free. For all products you sell, you will be paid every two weeks via PayPal.

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In Common Beauty is offering 35% commission to help support stylists. Stylists who are not already signed up for the program can go to pro.incommonbeauty.com. In Common has waived the minimum order for sign up so it's SUPER easy and will cost stylists nothing. Note: You do not need to stock the products in your salon, everything is completely digital!

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