Spotlight On: Regina McDaniel


Regina McDaniel of Alexandria, Pennsylvania began her journey as a Color Me Beautiful Consultant in April 2016.  By doing color consultations with skincare and color cosmetics out of her home, Regina has become a consistent sales leader in just a few months.   Regina’s sales last month of $3500 is an indication that she is serious about her business. 

What is Regina doing to build her business?  She is contacting her friends to let them know about her new business.  Most have responded favorably and she has convinced them to have a color analysis, facial and makeover and purchase products.  Regina plans on demonstrating her products at the Postmaster’s National Convention where she is looking forward to meeting new people and expanding her customer base.

Regina shares an interesting story on how she became a Consultant with Color Me Beautiful.  While searching for a Consultant to do a color analysis on  her son’s fiance, Regina decided to become a Consultant herself. It was a perfect fit!  Regina says that “she has the ability to assist women with transforming their lives through beauty and color by providing individualized suggestions of cosmetics and colors, which has been extremely rewarding for her.  Regina recently completed the Color Alliance Training in Virginia and is ready to color her world beautiful and is also taking advantage of the New Consultant Training.

Regina believes that sincerity, belief in and knowledge of the products  are one keys to success.  Additionally, Regina is a strong believer that having inventory, being approachable and following through is equally important.  She is quick to say “You cannot sell from an empty store.” Being able to send her customers home with product extends the momentum and excitement of the consultation she has just provided and really seals the deal.

Regina is the proud Mom of two adult children, a licensed cosmetologist and a recent retiree from the US Postal Service.  She now fills her time reading, gardening and impacting women’s lives through color.   Congratulations Regina on finding your new career!

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