I’m not a fan of the pushy approach, and where I normally would have dropped major cash on new products – it wasn’t happening today. I felt caught off guard by the fake compliments and still a bit loopy from being so relaxed (maybe that was her intended strategy…..).
When I explained I was attempting to downsize my beauty products instead of adding more, she became bored and left.
She was recommending I use the entire embrightening line (of course - they always push the 'entire' line). Has anyone else used these products? Any comments?
If I'm still thrilled with how my skin looks (it's dewy & refreshed, btw) I will go back and purchase them (or order them online). I would love to throw away all of my treatment products away and start over. But there is a sense of obligation to use them since you have aleady invested the money. It's a vicious cycle.
I'm curious how others feel about the hard sell of products. It can be very awkward and it happens at the hair salon, the spa, the clothing store - essentially everywhwere.
I just think the hit-em-hard approach doesn't work. Or does it? What is the ettiquete of selling products that compliment services?