Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Beauty by POPSUGAR’s New Poptimist Program

Jessica Harrington

When you're obsessed with all things beauty, you find any and all ways to incorporate it into your life. You follow the biggest beauty vloggers and influencers on social media, sign up for the newsletters of your favorite brands for news on new launches, and frequent beauty retailers like Sephora and Ulta more than even your favorite coffee shop or restaurant. But that's really just the start of the many different ways you can get involved with your favorite beauty brands.

Loyal fans of the color cosmetics brand Beauty By POPSUGAR can now sign up to join Poptimist, an affiliate and mentorship program for female entrepreneurs. Poptimist was created in partnership with Bona Fide Beauty Lab in hopes of creating a community for true beauty lovers to engage, build connections, and of course, make a little extra cash.

Beauty devotees who sign up for the Poptimist affiliate program will get 30 percent commission - which will be paid to them via PayPal or Venmo - on all sales made via their personal Poptimist code. The personalized affiliate shopping code can be shared across social media networks to expand your reach and build up digital sale success.

Members will also get access to a mentorship program as a part of Poptimist, which consists of weekly Zoom meetings. During these meetings, mentors will touch on different lessons in business, provide career advice, and share beauty expertise and tips.

To sign up for POPTIMIST, head over to the Beauty By POPSUGAR affiliate network website to create an account.

Beauty by POPSUGARFamily Imagery
Beauty by POPSUGARFamily Imagery

More From

  • Buzz Cuts Are the Badass Haircut Trend That Is Going to Be Everywhere This Fall

    It's wild how much we take the little luxuries like getting a haircut or mani-pedi for granted - we don't notice how much it affects us and our overall mood until we can't do it. Even with the recent reopening of hair salons after the hiatus in spring and early summer, we still haven't fully resumed business as usual. That's why this fall's haircut trends are being dominated by simple, uncomplicated styles that require little-to-no upkeep - and it doesn't get more uncomplicated than a buzz cut. "With not being able to get to salons frequently, most people will opt for cuts that look fly without the commitment of major upkeep," said Larry Sims, celebrity hairstylist and cofounder of Flawless by Gabrielle Union , adding that buzz cuts are among the lowest-maintenance options out there. "As we've adapted to our new 'normal,' people are wanting to use this time to get rid of damaged hair and old energy. Cutting it all off feels fresh and new." Think about it this way: if a simple trim can leave you feeling so weightless and renewed, just imagine how you'll feel after getting a buzz cut. It doesn't require regular touchups at the salon, and even if it does grow out too much, you can do what Bruce Willis did for his daughter Tallulah and shave it off at home. If you're still on the fence about this fall haircut trend, allow the buzz-cut ideas ahead to change your mind.

  • A Therapist Reveals Important Conversations People Should Have More During Therapy

    @mashmushe What are you scared to tell your therapist? tiktoktherapist tiktokpartner learnontiktok therapist ♬ Acoustic Guitar Stroll - Dow Brain It can take time to find the right therapist.

  • While You Prepare For Trinkets Season 2, Remember That We're Not Getting More Episodes

    The Netflix teen drama Trinkets is back for a second season, but it's also going to be the last one. So why did Netflix chose to end Trinkets?

  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things: If Netflix's Adaptation Follows the Book, Brace Yourself

    Charlie Kaufman's film adaptation of Ian Reid's unsettling debut novel, I'm Thinking of Ending Things, is set to premiere on Netflix in September. While the movie adaptation, starring Jessie Buckley, Tony Collette, and Jesse Plemons, may differ from the novel, the novel is about an unnamed woman who goes to meet her boyfriend's parents at their farm.