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You're so eager to start your hair business, I understand. You see all these hair businesses saying how much they're making a month while being their own boss!

Who doesn't want to be a business owner these days right? If we are honest here, you are past the point of excitement and are willing to do anything to get this venture off the ground. The market for virgin hair is undoubtedly hot right now, so it's a great time to find success of your own in this high-grossing industry.

Now that you've settled on your business idea, you may be wondering where to start.

Let me tell you, the process is not for the faint of heart and it will take some groundwork on your part. But this is your business and reputation on the line!

There has been an influx of "hair vendor list" being sold lately. I know you have asked yourself if it's something you should purchase. Is it legit?

Choosing a reliable hair vendor and developing a long term relationship can make the difference between a business that flops and one that succeeds.

Press your breaks, grab a pen and paper, and allow me to give you some tips on how to find a hair vendor!

What's a Hair Vendor List Anyway?

In recent years, more and more people have discovered that the hair extensions industry is a very profitable market, so they decided to join! Getting a piece of the pie would be an understatement, with an estimated $10 Billion in annual hair sales, this industry is hot.

A good "hair vendor list" should include reliable, reputable hair suppliers that will sell you wholesale hair extensions to provide your business.

This is where the issue lies; you have to purchase the list first before you can see what exact vendors are listed. If they aren't reputable or sell terrible extensions, you are out of funds that could have been spent elsewhere.

Beginning Your Search

Many new beginners make the mistake of sourcing hair on AliExpress and sites alike; they offer low minimum orders. Unfortunately, there are so many bad vendors they overshadow the few goods.

The key to conducting your research is having a plan and not allowing yourself to be overwhelmed.

Try Google

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Search for Wholesale Virgin Hair factory. This method allows you to save a lot of time and money; it also gives you all the information about the hair suppliers and their platforms.

Pay close attention to the quality of information on the seller's website. If they seem very knowledgeable and have invested time in perfecting their business, it will show that they take the quality of their hair seriously. The best wholesale bundles come from suppliers who know what they are talking about, not just websites with celebrity photos and the bare minimum of information.

Try Social Media

Social Media

Believe it or not, social media holds a lot of power when connecting you with vendors from all over the world. Hair vendors are literally a hashtag away! Using specific keywords and hashtags will give you many options at your fingertips.

Be sure that they are active and their photos are also legitimate, a vendor with only celebrities should not be trusted. This shows you that they are serious about their business and their potential business partners, you.

Narrowing Down Your Search

So, you've found some hair vendors you're interested in working with. Yay!

Now it is time to weed out the low-quality sellers! You go by doing such by using targeted search terms. Try something industry specific, like "mink Brazilian hair" for example. By doing so, you will cut down the search results to professional suppliers who are familiar with industry terms. From there, your job is to contact each supplier and ask questions.

Getting To Know the Vendor

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You should trust your hair vendor, feel confident when you place your order and have to know that your concerns will be taken care of. You can learn a lot by how timely, personable, and willing to work with a new, growing business each vendor is pretty quickly after a few emails.

Trust your gut! If you see any red flags like non-responsive sellers, shady websites, or vendors who promise more than what is possible, you should move on to the next vendor on your list. This will save you a lot of trouble down the line!

Try Video Chatting With A Company Overseas

Once you've found a hair vendor you are interested in the next step is communicating with your potential hair vendor.

It's not easy to visit a virgin hair factory in China or anywhere else that is not local, believe me I know. However, technology has come a long way, and your potential manufacturer should not have any issues with video chatting you so you can see their facility, process, hair, etc.

Where Is the Hair From?

Some wholesale suppliers buy the hair directly from the donor, or straight from the source. But others have to purchase the hair themselves first from another supplier and have less control over the quality and origin of the hair.

Are Cuticles Intact & Aligned In the Same Direction

This is important, having the cuticles intact and not stripped.

Is the Hair Unprocessed?

Although this can only be checked once you've received the hair and tested it, having the, answer the question helps you to get a judgment of the business model of the company.

Be sure that your vendor is structured. If they are this will make the process of doing business with them more manageable.

More Questions

 

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You can email or contact the wholesale hair vendor you’re interested in, tell them you’d like to sell their products and ask them to make a purchase. Although wholesaling has its positives, there are also things worth mentioning to your hair vendor.

  • Minimums, try addressing the minimum purchase or minimum order quantity question first, before getting too invested. Mention how much you are willing to buy and how often you think you'd need to buy more. Try finding a hair vendor with really low or no minimums!

  • Lead time for high demand hair? Mention the inches, hair texture, and colors you know are in high demand, ask the wholesaler about their lead time on these products to be sure you aren’t losing clients.

  • Payment terms, what exactly the discount amount you will receive when buying wholesale.

  • What if the hair extensions don't arrive? If your hair extensions are late or doesn't show up how cans it be rectified?

  • What are their return/exchange policies, if any? Your policies will have to adhere to their policies being they are your hair warehouse so to speak. Be sure to let them know your policies to ensure they are in line with your policies as well.

  • Sample hair kit, ask them if they offer hair samples, you must feel the product before purchasing it.

Know Who You Are Buying From

Knowing what you are buying and whom you are buying from is extremely important. It cannot only save you on hard earned money but can also protect your business reputation. If you need a reputable hair vendor consider Black Show Hair, you won't be disappointed!

 

 

 

Author: Tarsha Howard

Tarsha Howard is hair store owner based Atlanta US. She loves beauty related copywriting and virgin hair business.

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15 comments

  • ust opened a hair store and I am looking hair at a reasonable price
    Sell all type of hair. How can you assist

    marshell irving
  • I just really thank you for all the help and points of starting of my own business I really appreciate it I will be in contact thanks again

    GlamsquadLalaworld
  • Hi Tarsha,

    Thank you for the information presented in your blog. I see that your niche is hair however, I wanted to know if you could point me in the direction of wholesale dropshippers for natural hair care products. I’m not selling hair just natural products. I have used the steps presented in your blog to find what I am looking for however, the information appears to be very limited.

    Thank you in advance for your assistance. I wish you continued success!

    Sincerely,
    Twanda

    Twanda
  • Just opened a hair store and I am looking hair at a reasonable price
    Sell all type of hair. How can you assist

    Barbara Morrison
  • Looking to start own business in the hair industry.

    Joann Lawton
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