Wholesale Lipstick To Sell Online
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In the United States alone, approximately 133.54 million people use lipstick and lipgloss making this niche perfect for those looking to create a makeup store. By 2020, lipstick usage is expected to grow to reach 142.15 million U.S. consumers. With countless colors to choose from, store owners can offer their customers a range of lipstick colors ranging from traditional reds to simple nudes to unique blues. Expanding your store into other beauty related products such as foundations, eye shadows, and makeup brushes isn’t uncommon for online lipstick brands allowing you to reach a wider audience over time.
Due to the vast number of lipstick colors, it’s best to dropship lipsticks and lipglosses instead of wholesaling them. Lipstick color trends change constantly with each season and wholesaling lipstick can leave you with unsold inventory due to trend changes. When you dropship lipsticks and lipglosses, you can add up to 30,000 products to your store allowing you to offer the greatest selection of color choices. It also allows you to expand into other niches without any additional fees. Dropshipping allows you to purchase goods as your customers order them to help prevent unnecessary spending.
At Oberlo there are many distributors that offer makeup products and cosmetics which includes lip makeup and lipsticks. Distributors normally offer supplementary products along with lipsticks such as lip brushes, lip scrubs, lip masks, and lip glosses. The most commonly known types of lipsticks that distributors offer include satin or sheer lipstick, matte lipstick, liquid lipstick, moisturizing lipstick, frosted or pearl lipstick, and lip stains. The most popular color of lipsticks includes shades of red, pink, brown, and beige. However, with lipstick trends evolving there have been a range of unconventional and different lipstick colors that are gaining popularity and have seen an increase in demand such as black, blue, and shades of purple.
Most of the manufacturers of lipstick are located in China (Mainland). On the other hand, the demand of lipstick products is highest in North America, South America, and Western Europe. A single lipstick can take over a dozen different ingredients. The most commonly known products that are used by manufacturers to make lipstick include several waxes such as beeswax, ozokerite, and candelilla wax. Lipstick manufacturers also use several types of oils for the manufacturing process such as olive oil, mineral oil, cocoa butter, lanolin, and petrolatum. Some of the manufacturers however tend to opt for vegan, eco-friendly, herbal, or vegetarian raw materials for the production of lipstick.
Yes. Oberlo is a marketplace that enables you to find awesome products to sell online. Oberlo gives you access to a huge variety of products from three different types of suppliers: Oberlo Verified suppliers, Oberlo suppliers, and AliExpress suppliers.
With Oberlo Verified, you’ll never need to worry about finding exceptional suppliers – we’ve already picked them out for you. These top-performing suppliers on our marketplace have been providing the highest quality service for our merchants over a sustained period. These suppliers are handpicked based on their quality and experience.
The great thing about Oberlo Verified suppliers and Oberlo suppliers is that they are aware that Oberlo users are dropshipping. This means that they don’t add any promotional material or other invoices to the packages that they are shipping to your customers. This way, you don’t have to spend extra time to inform the suppliers not to do this.
What’s more, Oberlo automatically selects the cheapest shipping method for you. Since some suppliers offer several shipping methods, you can click on the shipping option and choose your preferred one.
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