Thinning hair showing bald patches or an utterly bald pate is no longer something that people accept with resigned helplessness. Several hair-replacement solutions are now available. Wigs and hair extensions constitute one of them.

An October 2019 report in Business Wire forecasts a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of more than 8% for the hair wigs and hair extensions market during 2018-2024. With this kind of a growth prospect, any hairpiece store owner will want to remain well-stocked to meet client needs.

Hair wigs and hair extensions are made from both human and synthetic hair. The synthetic ones are comparatively cheaper. The demand for synthetic hair wigs and extensions is likely to be higher. However, the supply side of wholesale synthetic wigs is crowded with many suppliers.

Choosing a supply partner may prove difficult. We offer you a comprehensive guide to make life easier for you. Meticulous research with academic rigour backs our purchase guide. You can depend on it to make the right choice for a supplier of wholesale synthetic wigs.

Do Your Customer Analysis

It is not very difficult, really, and you can do it yourself. As a hairpiece store owner, you probably have a fair idea of the types of wigs your clients typically want. Just check your sales data to substantiate your insights.

You will then have a clear idea about the type of synthetic wigs and extensions you need to order wholesale. You’ll also be able to estimate the quantity to order for each example objectively. It is not a good idea to store synthetic hairpieces for too long.

China Leads Production

As in the case of many other consumer goods, China leads the manufacture and wholesale supply of hair wigs and extensions of both varieties: those made with human hair and with synthetic hair. Choosing a China-based partner will allow you to get your supplies at competitive rates.

Check the Company Website

Navigating through the website will give you a fair idea of a company’s product range and pricing. Scan how experienced the company is. That is important to ensure that you get what you need, specifications matching.

A company with a decade’s experience is preferable to a startup, for instance, when ordering wholesale. Size and production capacity are also important indicators. An established company with an adequate number of employees will not fail to meet your needs even when the order is a large-scale one.

Also, a company’s size is an indirect indicator of its client base. Don’t forget to check for the logistical capabilities. How many delivery options does the company offer? What is the minimum time taken? Is there a stipulation for a minimum quantity for bulk orders?

Wholesalers usually do not feature customer reviews on their websites. If they do, that is a bonus. But most important of all is to check the quality certifications a company has. An ISO 9001 mark, for example, indicates a degree of quality control and ethical production practices.

Interact With the Company

Questions for which no answers are available on the website, make those an excuse to interact with the company. Ask them through the chatbox or email. Better still, call up and talk to them. That will tell you how prompt they are with customer needs. You’ll also get a feel of the company.

Author's Bio: 

I am Eliza Berry freelance blogger and writer who loves to share content and create value for readers.