To open a beauty salon, we have to go back to numbers

To open a beauty salon, we have to go back to numbers. You must first understand the market - your prospects. Where they are, how big they are and how much they earn.

For centuries, people's obsession with beauty products, the pursuit of perfection and the pursuit of creating more luxurious and artistic beauty products have been mixed together.

These inventions range from blurred skin cuts to art designs such as earrings and colored tattoos.

Nowadays, people have turned from colored mud to various attractive beauty products.

Over time, these changes have constantly shaped the beauty industry and awakened a business opportunity. It meets the law of supply and demand of beauty products.

But you might think

However, the above profit margin depends on many factors, such as traffic, whether you sometimes fashionable beauty products, whether you often open stores, and what marketing strategies you use to market your products.

As you can see, there are more variables of profitability than prominent factors. However, we will not discuss these factors in detail in this article.

Instead, I share the seven fastest and easiest ways to know if it's profitable for you to open a beauty salon.

So when we get into this topic, cheer up.

To open a beauty salon, we have to go back to numbers. You must first understand the market - your prospects. Where they are, how big they are and how much they earn.

Through careful handling of these details, you can start your beauty shop in a place that can bring you considerable income.

So let's see where your potential customers are and how large they are.

Population size and geographical location

According to worldometers, the world population is 7.8 billion. According to another report updated by Hannah Ritchie and Max Roser in 2019, more than 4 billion people (55%) live in urban areas.

Population income

According to the economic survey report released by Kenya National Bureau of statistics in April 2020, the actual average wage per capita income of the private and public sectors in 2019 is estimated to be KSHS 380859.4. This is approximately Kenya shillings 31738.28 per month on average, covering low-income, middle-income and high-income groups.


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