The Muslimah Guide To Building A Halal Beauty Business Worth Millions

The Muslimah Guide To Building A Beauty Business Worth Millions : BLOG POST BY EARNING MUMS

As conscious muslimahs, we often feel we got the short end of the stick in the beauty industry. Strictly adhering to the rules of our religion (as we should) might make it seem like there isn’t much of an headway for a devout muslimah in the beauty industry. However, you just might have been viewing this situation from the wrong perspective. Read this guide to discover how you can conveniently make up ten times your current earnings offering beauty services to fellow Muslimahs without transgressing the limits of the Deen.

Most muslimahs in the beauty sector often restrict the services they offer to just one specific niche. While this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it will be quite difficult to transform your business into a large empire as quickly as you’d like.

As an hair stylist for example, if your only source of income is through actually plaiting hair, you’re selling yourself short. What you can do instead to widen your income is to incorporate other related services.

Women innately want to look and feel beautiful and as a beauty specialist you are already tapping into that feminine love of beauty in your clients. You only need to further assure them your new services will make them the dazzling queen they dream to be and watch them gladly open their purses to engage your services.

By diversifying your services, you can cater to our desire to be beautiful more holistically and create a one-stop-shop for all your clients’ beauty needs. Here are some potential services you can offer:

  1. Manicure and Pedicure Services
  2. Makeup Artistry
  3. Spa Treatments including facial treatments, manicure, pedicure, etc.

Getting to look more beautiful is not as easy for the conscious muslimah as it is for every other woman. For starters, there is the fact that a muslimah can not remove her hijab in the presence of just anyone. How much of a relief do you then think it’ll be for your client (the conscious muslimah) who already trusts you with doing her hair to lie back while you give her face a thorough pampering.

Look at it this way. How much do you charge for plaiting hair for one client, or henna design for one client? Probably very little (NGN1000 or GBP 20 or USD15). Now imagine if you could offer make-up services to that client, or spa facial treatment. How much more could you make? Probably up to 50 times (in NGN) or 5 times (in GBP) what you are currently making just plaiting hair. I had a facial treatment done a few months ago in the UK, ended up spending GBP110. Thats like NGN203,500. Now imagine if you give 5 facial treatments in a week. Thats over a million naira in one week, and over 4 million naira in one month! How is that compared to your current earning of like 20,000 naira per month which you got after plaiting 20 heads of hair?

With a good business and marketing strategy, you can turn your business and your life around in just a few months. Access the marketing strategy guide you need to build your million naira beauty business here:

Conclusively, as a muslimah if you really want to pull in the millions, you have to think outside the box and provide innovative solutions to your client base. The basis of all business after all is relieving a need. Who better to stand up and help other Muslimahs feel like their most beautiful selves but one of us. Asides from benefiting your bank account, when done with the right intention, you could even be getting rewarded from ALLAH subhanahu wa ta’ala. If you’d like to have a stepwise guide that literally holds your hand through the process of creating halal wealth from your beauty business, click on this link here. Till then, keep earning, mum.

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