(Credit: Instagram/GretChen Chen (@gret_chen_chen)
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VIDALIA, Georgia, May 9, 2019 — This just in: Nose Hair Extensions Lab has hired Spot-On Franchise Development LLC., to market and sell franchise opportunities to people who are interested in being a part of the newest offering in the $540 billion beauty industry. The Nose Hair Extensions Lab, located in the Statesboro Mall, 718 Northside Drive in Vidalia, will serve as the flagship store, where prospective franchisees will be able to spend time observing the busy operation in real-time. It’s also where franchisees will undergo their formal training.
New Franchise Opportunity Focuses On Making Nose Hair Beautiful
The founder of Nose Hair Extensions Lab, Betty Chin, said that “The massive interest in nose hair extensions the past 7 months or so convinced me to turn it into a franchise opportunity.” She added “Just look at what The Lash Lounge and Amazing Lash Studio have been able to do in terms of growth. There’s no reason we can’t do the same. I anticipate that we’ll have 500 stores open across the U.S. by 2023.”
This will be Chin’s first shot at franchising.
Chin, 26, comes from the Instagram world, where her success as a face model has been extraordinary. (She earns $30,000-$40,000 a month)
“Being an Instagram Influencer has taught me a lot about business-and life. I’ve learned that you have to take the bull by the horns and go with what you believe in.”
The total cost for a Nose Hair Extensions Lab franchise ranges from $250,000-$375,000. If you’re interested in multiple stores, franchise fee discounts are available.
For more information, along with territory availability, call 1-888-NOSTRIL.
As of this writing, their website was not live.
The Real Story?
You may find this difficult to believe, and some of you may even feel disappointed, but Nose Hair Extensions Lab is not a real franchise business opportunity. And hopefully it never will be. Because nose hair.
But how did I come up with this crazy idea?
Last week, as I was going through my feeds and such, I came across this article. So, the trend is real. But the franchise opportunity is not.
And after I read the article, I thought to myself that if eyelash extensions already are a thing-with real franchise opportunities available-and being sold, why can’t nose hair extensions become a “thing” too?
Just because something has become a trend doesn’t mean it can turn into a business…a franchise business.
Now, could someone open up a retail shop that focuses on nose hair extensions? Sure.
Could they pay a franchise development firm to turn it into a franchise business? Yep.
But should they?
Let’s go deeper.
Should a franchise development firm take on…accept $75,000-$100,000 from every enthusiastic entrepreneur who “knows” her business concept will be a home-run?
Should a franchise developer say no, if he doesn’t think the business is viable?