Manufacturers & Distributors

New Distribution Model for TIGI Cosmetics

Anne Moratto | August 31, 2016 | 8:42 AM

 TIGI Cosmetics has made some important changes to its distribution model, including a new ecommerce option for distributors and industry professionals alike.

TIGI Cosmetics will be launching its new PRO Program beginning in August of 2016 exclusively in the United States. This commission based program invites traditional US distributors to become Executive Brand Ambassadors which allows them to service their salon customers through a professional portal on, while erasing the need to carry any inventory. Independent salon owners, individual stylists, and students can also purchase TIGI Cosmetics on the website. Professionals wishing to carry TIGI Cosmetics can apply to become a Brand Ambassador through the PRO Program and receive discounts on each order. In order to be considered for the PRO Program, all applicants must be a professional beauty supply distributor servicing the United States or a beauty professional with a current cosmetology license.

In addition, consumers can place orders for cosmetics directly through, but with a significant twist. Cosmetics professionals will receive a designated portion of the commission from each cosmetics order placed through when their specialized code is applied. Consumers will enter their Brand Ambassador’s specialized code at checkout and the commission goes to the stylist.

 “TIGI Cosmetics keeps the cosmetic professional at the heart of everything that we do, and our new distribution plan and ecommerce platform make it easier than ever for salon professionals and their clients to access TIGI Cosmetics,” Jin Song, TIGI Cosmetics CEO says. “With this, coupled with our commitment to brand innovations, we look forward to continued success in the professional cosmetics industry.”

The TIGI Cosmetics PRO Program is available only in the USA, and the brand will be sold globally through traditional means of distribution. For information regarding the PRO Program, visit For information on becoming an International stockist, email: [email protected]

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