With more and more naturals realizing that they can make their own products at home, it is no wonder that there are so many natural hair care products on the market that started from women’s kitchens and bathrooms.
Natural products are necessary because they do not contain the harmful chemicals that most major commercial haircare lines contain.
Do you love making your own products? When you pass them out to your friends, do they boast about how wonderful there are? Do they report experiencing great results with your products? Why not capitalize off of it and be a natural hair entrepreneur!
Additionally, it is very easy to start a business. Depending on your state, it may require you to have, at minimum, a business license to officially open up shop in your home or a small office space. At first, there would be no real costs on your except for ingredients and containers for your products.
Also, consider what else you can do to build off making your own products. Can you do natural hair, including braids and protective stylist? If so, consider opening up a small salon in your own and use/sell your products there. Now for this, you may need a small business loan to buy or rent office space.
If you are not ready to be a full-fledged business owner, consider selling your products at a flea market or a local bazaar. A table or booth may costs you anywhere from $50-500 dollars depending on the venue. Of course, the lesser amount will mean more revenue for you.
Also, make products that do not contain water. You will need a little chemistry knowledge if you want to sell products with water in them. I say this because water based natural skin and hair products WILL GO RANCID if you put water in them without proper preservation.
Consider taking some natural hair product classes with Joan Morais if you are really aching to make natural hair products for profit.
So to simplify everything discussed, let’s make a list of the various ways you can make money with natural hair products: