More Work from Home Customer Care Reps Needed at ipsy

By Mike Haaren – Rat Race Rebellion Co-Founder – Oct. 10, 2017

Work from Home Jobs – California Applicants Included – Customer Care Representatives at ipsy

Update Oct. 11 3:15 ET – Looks like ipsy has received all the applications it needs and has removed the job listing. Good luck to those who applied! For more jobs like these, check our Newest Jobs & Gigs page. To make sure you see ipsy and other jobs ASAP, just like our Facebook page and check your feed for our posts. Good luck in your next steps!


Ipsy — which has received over $100M in growth funding — was founded by YouTube makeup star Michelle Phan, who gained fame with a tutorial on “How to Get Lady Gaga’s Eyes.” The company sends monthly beauty product samples in Glam Bags to 2.5M+ subscribers.

Ipsy is advertising again for Customer Care Representatives to handle customer interactions and establish rapport with its engaged community, including social media. It’s hiring from California, New York, Texas and North Carolina.


Requirements include a bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience, at least one year working in a customer-centric industry, and a willingness to work one weekend shift per week. Your schedule will be based on your time zone (shifts are 8 hours, 5 days a week).

What’s the Pay?

Employee reviews on Glassdoor mention an average range of $15-$18/hr., but the job listing doesn’t mention pay or your status (employee or independent contractor). Ipsy overall receives 4 stars out of 5 in Glassdoor reviews, which is higher than most companies we cover. You can see a video about working at ipsy here. It’s a bit dated now, but still worth a look to give you the company’s vibe.

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