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Biggest Market Share on Hair Extension/Wigs
African-Americans currently hold a buying power of $1 trillion, a number that's estimated to reach $1.3 trillion by 2017. Black women, in particular, spend an estimated $7.5 billion annually on beauty products, shelling out 80% more on cosmetics and twice as much as their non-Black counterparts.
Hair extensions and wigs are the biggest spend and depending on the length, packs human hair weaves can cost anywhere between $76 and $400. Therefore, women who get new weaves or touch ups every two months can spend about $456 to $2400 a year . The first names that come to almost everyone’s mind when talking about famous African-American women with weaves are Beyoncé and Rihanna. Both spend thousands of dollars regularly on front-lace wigs, tracks, braids, hoping to achieve the same look.
At his family-run store, yaki hair, a form of human hair weave, can range between $49 and $60 depending on length. Silky hair, another type of human hair, can range from $80 to $100. He said he sells 20 to 30 packs of hair a day, meaning the store makes anywhere from $980 to $1800 or $1600 to $3000 a day, just from those two types of hair.
Celebrity culture Kim Kardashian or Beyoncé. People always want this idea of glamour, regardless of how much the industry has grown, the African-American community still dominates in sales. Whether it’s because of low maintenance, protection, length, appearance or an addiction, African-American women are going to continue to spend what they must to achieve their desired look.