top of page
Search

5 Things to KNOW to GROW your BEAUTY BUSINESS

Chile, welcome to the bold world of beauty! If you're anything like me, you've been honing your craft since childhood. And if you're a child reading this, keep up the fantastic work and stay focused. I've been navigating the beauty industry for 7 years now, and I'm here to share a wealth of simply effective insights with you. Through this blog post series, I aim to inspire you to kickstart your beauty business in a way that fosters growth and flourishing.


Let's dive into Market Research! It's often overlooked in the beauty industry, especially for those just starting out. But listen, your market is constantly evolving. It's crucial to understand your market, identify the problems you're going to solve, and keep up with current trends, consumer needs, and market gaps. This knowledge will help you strategically position your beauty business.


Now, let's hit pause for a moment. Remember, the beauty industry thrives on creativity. How can you continue to benefit your clients long after the service is completed? Market research extends beyond just knowing your clients' cosmetic needs. It's about understanding the dynamics of your local economy to preemptively solve financial issues for both your business and your clients. Trust me, this topic deserves its own discussion, and we'll get there.


Alright, girl, here's the juicy part you've been waiting for: BRANDING! Let's get one thing straight: your brand is NOT just a logo. Your brand is an intangible, emotional experience. It should speak for your audience, embody core values, and empower. Your brand's strength lies in thought leadership, all stemming from you but communicated effectively through messaging, color schemes, and graphics that demand attention. This is how you'll distinguish yourself in a trove of sparkly logos and beauty tutorials. Your unique identity will be the bedrock of your business.


This next bit is crucial: KNOW THE LAW! Once your business hits a certain income threshold, taxes are a given. But what about licenses and certifications, especially for freelance ventures? And then there's product sourcing. White labeling and private labeling are popular, but you must be aware of ingredient regulations, as every country has its own rules. Like I said, it's serious business. You want to avoid fines or potential lawsuits. LLCs can't shield you from everything; you need to be financially savvy.


Community is key. Over 7 years, I've built multiple online communities. You don't need a plethora, but you do need one of your own, plus active engagement in others for effective marketing, networking, and to grow a brand-connected community. This should happen both online and offline. So step into those rooms, introduce yourself confidently, and network across industries.


This final insight differentiates between beauty service providers and beauty business owners. One is scalable and saleable; the other depends on your constant presence. Choosing to be scalable and saleable means adopting a business model that can thrive even in your absence. Aim to become a CEO with diverse options, employees, and a vision enticing enough for acquisition. That, my dear, is the hallmark of success, and it's what the elite strive for. We need more of it in our community.


Ok girl. I gave you a lot to work with. You don’t have to do it alone. Connect with me by joining my email list so that you can be the first to know what moves I’m making to help my beauty business thrive this year! Thanks for reading sweet pea. Until next time 💋!



5 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Pretty Enough To Save A Nation🔥

As a makeup artist, my journey through the realm of beauty has taken me beyond skin-deep contemplations. Don't get me wrong, there's immense fulfillment in adorning women with artistry. But as I metic

Post: Blog2_Post
bottom of page