9 Things To Know When Starting A Successful Mens Grooming Product

Want to start your own mens grooming product? Here are 9 tips you should know.

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 mens grooming product:

#1: Ray Moyers, founder of HUSKYBEARD:

We chatted with with Ray, founder of HUSKYBEARD ($3.5K/month). In our interview, Ray says:

My top tip for anyone looking to purchase a business is to make sure you do your due diligence and hyper-analyze everything before making a decision.

Additionally:

I have found that the only way to succeed in this market is to work hard, have a great product, and the absolute best customer service.

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#2: Jack Scrimshire, founder of The Gentlemen’s Lounge:

We chatted with with Jack, founder of The Gentlemen’s Lounge ($1K/month). In our interview, Jack says:

I’m still working full time as an operations analyst, living a modest lifestyle, prioritizing my earnings and funneling absolutely everything to aggressively paying off student and car loans, and I’ve reinvested every penny of the business income back into the business.

Additionally:

All in all from packaging to ingredients my startup costs were around $2,000.

Further:

I’d say email flows are huge. It lets you personally reach out to someone to welcome them without having to lift a finger. You just set it and forget it. I’m big into automation and this is easily the most powerful personal interaction you can automate.

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#3: Matt Dryfhout, founder of BAKblade:

We chatted with with Matt, founder of BAKblade ($650K/month). In our interview, Matt says:

Soon after the video was posted it collected about 30 million hits in the first 72 hours and afterwards went onto do a collective 240 million hits on Facebook pages owned by Mashable, Yahoo, MSN, CNBC, Fortify, and several others.

Additionally:

You need to ask yourself if you want to create a product, brand and business for the sole purpose of “making money” or do you actually want to create and own a product, brand and business.

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#4: Matt Dryfhout, founder of BAKblade:

We chatted with with Matt, founder of BAKblade ($650K/month). In our interview, Matt says:

For those who are currently struggling or even wondering if they should continue striving for their dream I would like to let them know that there is no success without struggle.

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#5: Ray Moyers, founder of HUSKYBEARD:

We chatted with with Ray, founder of HUSKYBEARD ($3.5K/month). In our interview, Ray says:

I understood that dropshipping was not the means for creating a long-lasting brand that customers love. So I quit this method.

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