11 Secrets For Starting A Successful Hair Product Line

Want to start your own hair product line? Here are 11 tips you should know.
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We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for starting a hair product line:

#1: Jordynn Wynn, Sharon Pak, Kevin Gould, founder of INH Hair:

We chatted with with Jordynn, founder of INH Hair ($/month). In our interview, Jordynn says:

You need team members who have a “whatever it takes” mentality who are wanting to learn and grow.

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#2: Leslie Wheeler, founder of Bristle Products- L. Archie Brands LLC :

We chatted with with Leslie, founder of Bristle Products- L. Archie Brands LLC ($550/month). In our interview, Leslie says:

If you have an idea for anything that can make the world a little brighter and more exciting on any level, just dive in!

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#3: Chris Healy, founder of The Longhairs:

We chatted with with Chris, founder of The Longhairs ($100K/month). In our interview, Chris says:

Doesn’t matter how well you prepare or how pumped you are, sometimes things happen that will take you out.

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#4: Nathan Failla, founder of PocketGel:

We chatted with with Nathan, founder of PocketGel ($2.5K/month). In our interview, Nathan says:

I always knew that starting a business was a goal that I always had and PocketGel came to me at the right time, when I started to discover that law school wasn’t for me.

Additionally:

Never say no to an opportunity that may help your business.

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#5: Chris Healy, founder of The Longhairs:

We chatted with with Chris, founder of The Longhairs ($100K/month). In our interview, Chris says:

The idea struck: Hair Ties...For Guys! We had it! The idea was funny, punchy, and a little ridiculous...it was perfect!

Additionally:

Our secret then is not in the formula ; it’s in the execution, the result of showing up every single week, continuously refining, improving, tweaking, and re-doing it all over again until it works.

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The secret is to create. Create your idea, your brand, your message, your purpose, your website, your content, your product, your templates and business processes and whatever else you need to create after that.

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#6: Mikey Moran , founder of Private Label Extensions:

We chatted with with Mikey, founder of Private Label Extensions ($650K/month). In our interview, Mikey says:

The real key to success is being consistent. This goes for every aspect of your business and personal growth.

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Being an Entrepreneur is tough enough. Unless you have a huge savings account, I highly recommend working your business as a side hustle while you have a steady income.

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#7: Ishan Dutta, founder of Ugly Duckling:

We chatted with with Ishan, founder of Ugly Duckling ($60K/month). In our interview, Ishan says:

Make sure that you are able to track the returns on every single piece of marketing that you do.

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