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Tips to Start Your Hair Business & Wholesale Hair Company

Fashion Blog Mon Jun 15 2020

Taking a good care of your appearance is a basic necessity of many people. With the needs of customers who want to use hair care services, opening a hair salon or start out a business of providing hair extensions become popular in somerecent years. If we do not have an overview of how to find a good hair supplier, you might be fail easily. To help you gain some success in selling and providing hair weave, hair wigs and hair extensions… We will learn together to find out what to start a hair business and how to attract more customers.

1. Find a trustworthy wholesale hair supplier

 

Discover how to start a hair business is much easier when you can find a trustworthy wholesale hair supplier. Having more than 10 years of experience as the #1 wholesale hair vendor in Vietnam, Michair will bring you hair extensions with great quality as you always expect. Our team delivers a significant number of hair extensions in a variety of styles and colors at anytime.

 

Both you and your customers can get the peace of mind that the hair provided is of the highest quality. We know that for you to succeed, you need the best backing and support you can get where you can get a supply of hair extensions quickly. These may seem like small points, but when your business depends upon a reliable hair extension supplier, you want to feel that peace of mind knowing that you are dealing with a reliable distributor.

 

 

2. Research your products

 

Learn about weaving and the various types of human hair available as well as the differences between synthetic and human hair weaves, so that you can better serve your customers. Knowing the types of your weave hair extensions, whether it is clip-in hair extensions, tape-in hair, I-tip, U-tip, V-tips or 360 lace frontals, or a lace closure,.. You need to be an expert in what you are selling. It is crutial and necessary! If someone wants to buy a 12-inch weft of remy hair, you don't want to hand her an 16-inch bulk bag of hair because you don't know the difference. You also need to be able to advise customers on which hair is best for different types of extensions, wigs and braids. Read cosmetology and hair-care books, consult with licensed hairstylists and browse Internet hair-care forums to find out all you can about the products you plan to sell.

 

3. Pick a convenient venue for business

 

You can open a brick-and-mortar retail store or e-commerce shop or become a flea-market vendor. If you will be an online business and do not plan to open a physical store, you will need to also secure storage space that is free of dirt, dust and pets. A warehouse or commercial storage facility are options, but you can also use inexpensive, air-tight storage containers in a spare garage or closet. Human hair can either be hung up or laid flat. As long as it is not bent or twisted, you will not ruin it.

 

Second, if you want to open a physical shop. In order to have the most effective and profitable hair salon business, you must have a convenient store opening location. Make sure that the shop should be located in densely populated areas, with priority given to opening on large roads with wide sidewalks and two-way roads that are convenient for the customers to find your place.

 

4. Figure out your business name

 

There are 2 types of name for you to think of for your brand. A general name and a significant name. We recommend you to choose a significant name because it is easier for the customers to remember your brand name. Try to avoid the name that doesn’t contain the word “hair”. That will be confusing for people to determine what you are selling. For example, if your name is DIYN then people do not know that you are selling hair, but if you have your name as Angle Hair, then everybody will surely know that you are providing hair extensions.

 

5. Promote your business

 

If you have a physical store, get known in your community by producing or sponsoring a hair show. You can also donate hair or supplies to help make custom wigs for people who have lost their hair due to alopecia or cancer. Doing so will give a you a personal sense of satisfaction and may enable you to gain media coverage.

 

If you sell your human hair products online, set up and post frequently to social media accounts, start a blog that provides hair-styling tips or post ads on forums and websites frequented by your target customers.

 

Promotion is everything that can help you show your products and expose them to a large range of targeted people. Finally, you will get someone to purchase from you. Definitely, you can pay for advertising and it is a quick way to get clients but as you are a starter with limited money to play with, here are some thing you can do for free and won't cost you anything other than time to put your business out into the world.

 

a. YouTube Video Marketing

 

It is highly recommended to set up a YouTube channel because YouTube is the seconds largest search engine in the world and it is totally free. You are going to have your videos titled something that your targeted clients would like to search for. It could be yourself wearing the hair, some useful hair tutorials and everything you can come up with to promote your hair brand.

 

b. Business Instagram

 

Instagram is the second best platform to promote your hair business. You should have a business account instead of private one and put all your information in the bio. Never use your private account to do business. It looks not professional at all. Next, the key to running a successful Instagram account is post consistent catchy photos and small creative videos that women would like to see. There is a fact that a catchy photo always stimulate women desire to purchase your products.



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