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Hair extensions imported from India and Cambodia is what we do – Poor Rich Girls™️


What exactly are you into? What is your business all about?

We are in the beauty industry but to simplify, we sell Raw Hair extensions imported from India and Cambodia.

Please, can our readers get to know you?


What inspired you to get started in the Hair Extensions Industry?

I was inspired to start my own business because I was tired or working for someone else making them rich while I received the crumbs left over. Don’t get me wrong, I’m thankful for those crumbs I received but I knew my worth and I didn’t settle for the crumbs off their table so I built my own table.

What is your educational background?

I have a BS in Healthcare Administration

What are your motivations?

Family, stability and happiness

What advice do you have for other people who want to do this same thing- Hair Extensions Business?

It’s an overly populated business but so is everything else. Work hard on it everyday and don’t give up!
Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?
Assisting future entrepreneurs start their own business. Giving entrepreneurs options of thinking “outside of the box” and doing so in an affordable manner.

Any present or future projects?

We are currently working on a natural hair care line.

What is the biggest challenge you’ve experienced in your business as a person of color?

Working capital. Growing up, I didn’t know anything about business credit so now I’m working on business credit and capital.

Are you Married or Single?


How can we connect with you on social media?

Instagram: poorrichgirls__
Facebook: Poor Rich Girls

What is your greatest accomplishment?

Owning my own business!

As a person of color, what advice will you give someone starting their own business or career?

  • Starting your business: when starting your own business expect the unexpected. Your family and friends most likely won’t support you as much as you like. Your biggest supporters will be strangers.
  • Make sure you have enough working capital because most small businesses won’t make it to or past their first year. Prepare for at a minimum of 6 months.
  • Learn about credit and business credit in advance so you’ll be able to use it when you’re ready to start.
  • Last but certainly not least, know that owning your own business is hard work. Most people on social media doesn’t post their failures on social media they only post what they want you to see!
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