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The Goodees (Kay Evans, Sandra Jackson and Judy Williams) were an American pop music girl group who enjoyed brief popularity in the late 1960s. Formed in Memphis, Tennessee, the group is best known for the minor hit "Condition Red", a teen melodrama that bore a striking resemblance to the Shangri-Las hit "Leader of the Pack".

"This woman was a fanatical Christian." says "Sheri" on a review of Evans' book "A Song For Your Honor" on Goodreads on July 30, 2011:

"This woman was a fanatical Christian. Reading the book was disturbing at times because I thought she was over the top. However, it is nice how the Lord took care of her and exonerated her in the end. In my opinion, however, she made a mistake in fleeing. She caused so much more trouble and turmoil for her family by doing so, and the Lord could have worked out the same result even if she had just received the subpoena in the first place and went through basic court proceedings. She never would have had to be a criminal and her children would never have had to be ripped from their family. I think she overreacted. But that's just my 2 cents and obviously, I am not as conservative as she is/was."

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Independent Beauty Consultant (Former Employee) says

"Mary Kay will claim it is a "Dual Marketing System." Any credible Business School will teach you this is code for a Pyramid Scheme. Not for most people with a conscience. Products are not of higher quality as what is sold in departmemt stores. It does cost as much though. Low quality, mid to high price. OUTDATED BUSINESS MODEL"

Contract Quality Control Chemist (Current Employee) says

"No work life balance, so many times I was asked to alter my plans around their mistakes. The labs were run on a skeleton crew and the schedule was altered so many times, the senior employees were looking to change departments after 18+ years with the company!"

. (Former Employee) says

"Experiência negativa. Péssimo ambiente de trabalho."

Consultant (Current Employee) says

"You have to keep buying inventory and never making your money... Don’t waste your hard earn money on becoming a consultant for Mary Kay. You have to stay active in order to order more inventory at a discount rate. It’s definitely not worth it. I have over $1,000 in inventory now. Cons: 50 % inventory if you stay active every month"

Consultant-Self-employed (Former Employee) says

"My Day was all about makeup and numbers and if you didn't meet the numbers set by the directer you pretty much got shunned. The Team leader and my trainer were only interested in getting their car and not about actually training you. I had learned more from my aunt doing mary kay in the '90s than I did from this team."

Independent Beauty Consultant (Former Employee) says

"Nothing wrong with the company itself, I know many successful people. I just don't have the direct sales personality. I enjoy working in customer service and not a pushy type position."

Independent Beauty Consultant (Former Employee) says

"This job is fun but money is not guaranteed. This is not a recommended job for moms or people who are counting on it for income. Some area's do not support Mary Kay"

Independent Sales Consultant (Former Employee) says

"I worked as a Mary Kay consultant for extra income. I do not like compensation pay. Overall it was a fail for me even though I did a good job with selling."

Entrepreneur (Current Employee) says

"I love their skincare products and I believe they work great not a fan of the cosmetics or perfumes. Directors want you to be in leadership quick but really do not train on the business aspects of maintaining a pace. Cons: you are on your own"

Forklift Operator (Current Employee) says

"Payed slavery...with more effort by management to maintain the image of a happy workplace...rather than support the workers and fix problems. They just tell ya if you don't like it..."there is the door"...no matter if you been there 1 year or 40"

Sales Representative (Former Employee) says

"DIsliked the coworkers, rude ladies, very pushy, only want you on their team to boost their brownie points, Don't take care of you and never make sales. Cons: no benefits"

Sales Consultant (Current Employee) says

"Host product demonstration events. Provide product knowledge information to customers. Order desired products for customers. Perform administrative tasks such as bookkeeping and filing."

Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant (Current Employee) says

"Terrible job, you will lose your money, this was the worst decision i ever made, they are thieves, i promise you they are thieves"

Beauty Consultant (Former Employee) says

"Not enough money."

Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant (Current Employee) says

"Productive and a lot of fun, making new friends and being updated constantly on new products and relaying the product information to my clients. I like to make the experience non-pressure and just plain fun, an evening out and being educated on how to "do it themselves" tomorrow and in the future. Cons: Commission only"

independent skin care consultant (Current Employee) says

"Enjoy being my own boss, flexible work hours, able to select my customers, enjoy the business seminars and learning about skin care. Cons: Customers are not consistent"

Sales/teller (Former Employee) says

"I loved being an independent Team Leader and Beauty Consultant with Mary Kay. The willingness of everyone to help anyone, whether they benefited from it or not was one of my favorite things. I loved working with my customers and helping them to feel better about themselves not only on the outside with skin care and makeup, but also on the inside as I built long lasting relationships."

Sales Representative (Former Employee) says

"I sold products to family and friends and did house party to sell marykay"

Customer Service/Sales (Current Employee) says

"Even though you don't get paid enough for all the hard hours worked, you are still making a difference to the peson whom you care for. Cons: all of them"

Assembler/Machine Operator (Former Employee) says

"Hard work no pay. Co workers were nice but hardly no work at night and you get sent home early most of the time so you dont get your hours."