How to Make Money Selling Girls Hair Bows


Making and selling Hair bows for Girls is a great source of income. Thousands of moms and their kids are looking for quality hair bows to use. Tired of the store kind, they reach out to purchase hair bows from local crafters. This makes selling hair bows easy whils still having a great product. Here is how to make money selling hair bows for girls.

Things You'll Need

  • Hairbows
  • MAKE THE BOWS. Taking the time to put together the bows, will be your specialty. There are plenty of DVD tutorials online to show how to do it and then all that is needed is practice! Notice the low cost in supplies, but the bows sell for plenty more!

  • DECIDE ON THE PRICE. Depending on how you sell the hair bows, you may find the price flexuates tremendously. The easiest (and most money) to sell a hair bow is by sets of four hair bows of the same kind - two big and two little.

  • SELL THE BOWS IN PAIRS It you have to sell just one, you won't find a customer. Instead sell them in lots of four (two big and two little) to see the customers running your direction. This allows your customers to use four at once or if they rather, two at a time.

  • OFFER TO MAKE CUSTOMER HAIRBOWS. If you want to make even more money, consider the idea of customer hairbows. Cheering squads, ballerinas and even school groups will be happy to pay you to make matching bows for the girls in their groups.

  • GET YOUR HAIRBOWS ONLINE. Believe it or not, if you make hair bows, you can sell them for MAJOR MONEY on eBay. People just loving buying the hairbows and the auctions are seriously competitive.

  • LET PEOPLE KNOW YOU SELL HAIR BOWS. When the local moms find out you sell hair bows, your customers will start lining up. People love variety with hair accessories and welcome local craftmen to make lovely pieces for their children.

Tips & Warnings

  • Hairbows, homemade, sell for $7 to $10 for two.

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