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How to Start Weavon Selling Business in Nigeria

Read the step-by-step guide on how to start weavon selling business in Nigeria . Have you been thinking about what business to set up? Have you been considering the weavon business?

Do you like making people look good?If you have answered yes to these questions and have been looking for a way to start the weavon business,this is for you.

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On the other hand if you are simply looking for a business to start you may consider the weavon business.

One business which is highly lucrative and which you can start with a minimal amount of money is the weavon business.

Weavons are extensions used by ladies to complement their looks,since looking good is good business,many ladies spend a lot of money on their weaves.Averagely ladies keep a weave for two to three weeks,so there is always a demand for weavons.

The weavon business is not gender specific it can be done by both the male and female gender,so guys do not say this is for only ladies.Here are guidelines to starting a weavon business.

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Know the Types of Weavon

Before embarking on the business you must know what type of weavon you want to sell and what is in demand,without a demand you cant have a business.

There are two types of hair,Human hair and Synthetic hair.Human hair as the name implies is real human hair.

It is gotten from around the world mostly indian,Brazilian and peruvian.This type of hair is in high demand due to its soft texture and durability.

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Human hair can be curled,straightened, coloured e.t.c its basically human hair.Due to its versatile nature this human hair is more expensive than the synthetic hair.

The price depends on the length. Weavons generally come in different colours and lengths,so it would be good to make sure you have many colours and lengths for customers to choose from.

Synthetic hair on the other hand is made of fine plastic fiber,its cheaper than the human hair and is equally in demand.

Synthetic hair is normally pre-styled so it cant be modified i.e straightened or curled.Some synthetic hair can withstand a little amount of heat but the ends of the hair will turn brittle with time.

Synthetic hair can be worn for between two to three weeks before showing signs of distress.

It would be a good idea to stock a mixture of both to cater to customers that have a preference for either human or synthetic hair.

When stocking it would be good to do a research on the preference of customers in your location to know which type of hair will be stocked and in what quantity.

You must educate your self on types of weavons for you to be able to meet the needs of your customer.

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Do the Feasibility Stady on Weavon Business

When starting any business it is important to do a feasibility study to know the market and the weavon business is not any different.You would have to know the taste of the market,which type of weavon is in demand,where the buyers are located,what the preference of the buyer is e.t.c.

Feasibility study will allow you the seller to know what type of weapon to stock and what would be profitable.Once the feasibility study has been carried out,then you can buy the necessary stock.

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Where to Buy Weavons

When buying weaves you must ensure you are buying from genuine sellers to avoid buying fake hair.

Its advisable to network with people who are into the hair business,so they can give pointers on how to spot real and fake hair.

They can also share contacts that distribute to them. Enquires can be made from people in this line of business. Synthetic hair can be gotten from distributors within Nigeria or outside Nigeria.

Outside Nigeria hair is usually bought from Asia. Human hair,is normally imported from India.India is a popular destination for hair buyers due to the nature of indian hair.

Original human hair is very soft and lasts for almost forever thus the high demand by those who want quality hair.Human hair is sold based on the inches and kg.

Be careful in buying human hair because the weapon market is saturated with inferior human hair.

When buying for the first time you may want to seek the assistance of someone in the business already to avoid buying fake hair and when you are conversant with the process you can start yourself.

In addition to selling weavons,you can add other beauty related products like hair accessories,hair dye,hair products e.t.c to boost sales and get more customers.

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How to Market your Weavon Business

It is important to start marketing to create awareness on what you have in stock.

Marketing can be done via social media,word of mouth e.t.c Referrals are mostly the best source of customers.

Because once you have a satisfied customer,the customer will inform others about your weavons. thus they help you advertise for free.

When new stocks arrive be sure to send out messages to your customers,inform them when you have clearance sales or discount offers e.t.c this will ensure loyalty from some customers.

Due to the changing nature of fashion trends generally,you must be up to date with current hair trends to ensure you stock current styles.

If possible you can offer distribution services for customers who would like to patronise you but are outside your location.

This feature will ensure you reach more people.When properly carried out,the feasibility study can give you an idea of how much to invest

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Summary /Advice 

In summary,in starting any business at all one most be committed and ensure to market a lot due to other competitors that may be in the same business as you are.

Ensure to move with the times and keep your stock up to date,engage in rigorous marketing to retain customers and make new customers.Be creative and look for ways to ensure your customers keep coming back to patronise you.

When pricing your stock ensure you do not over price or under price.Prices should be fair enough as to be affordable by the customer and to also allow you make a profit.

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  1. hi i want to start this business with #50k, and i am thinking of going to Lagos for d purchase, bcos i know Lagos very well.
    but how will i know real & fake attachment when buying.
    plz mail me

  2. I want to start this weavon business, I reside in Asaba Delta State. I want to sell as wholesale, how much do you think I can start with and where can I get it to buy.

  3. Please I want to start the business is my first time where can I buy quality and cheap weavon to sell at wholesale price.

  4. Want to start just attachment business but needs to know where to buy it cheaper so as to sell cheaper in order to increase turn over and where I can get the original ones.

  5. please also want to be a wholesaler of human hair and beauty cosmetic, need your help on where to buy, how to buy, how much can i start with. thank you

  6. I want to start up a weavon business with attachment .pls can I start it up wit 200k? And the company that is genuine. Pls

  7. Pls i want to be a wholesaler ow much can i start wit and where can i get good and original product from. Pls help

  8. i have 200k to start d business bt dnt knw how to go abt it,i need d information on how to get d manufacturing company

    1. You don’t need a manufacturing company with a startup capital of 200k. With that amount, all you need is to contact a major dealer in your location that sells cheaper than in the general market. Buy the products from them and resell to other to make profit. Success!

  9. Yes I will need you to setup this business pls, or give me guide line on how to buy it, where to buy it cheaper and original once

    1. This business is booming and there are major dealers everywhere throughout the country. I will want to ask you…where is your location?

  10. Please i want to start this business in a small scale from within Nigeria.what would possibly be the capital range?

    1. Hello Linus Adino, 200k can start this business if you start a simple buying and selling of weavon. When you increase your capital base, you can then import most of them from abroad. Success!

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