Can a business sustain itself let alone grow plucking eybrows?

Saturday, December 12, 2009, 2:16 PM | 2 Comments

Patricia Lilibeth Zamora-Asencio is a small business owner, an artist, a designer. She is the designer of the utmost in the field of plucking eyebrows. That’s all she does and she is fantastic and knowledgeable in her field. She works with little pots of brown powder sharing a shelf with pencils, razors and brushes. She owns and works out of a kiosk in an upscale Manhattan mall.

Does Lilibeth have a winning product, more like a service to the not so general public? Does she have the right kind of financial support? A plan for the future? Will her business succumb to her luck or pluck?

Traditionally, the pluck is done by hairdressers or so I heard. She has a five-step process of eyebrows pluck. She uses the sharp razor as the brow shaper. She has exclusivity on plucking, coloring, shaping and education. A business with very little competition as such – every entrepreneur’s dream. Check, I mean Pluck.

She charges 29 bucks for her pluck. Usually, given a choice, people won’t pay for something they can get free – doing it themselves or the hairdresser would do it for free. But they will pay for something new.

In a Nutshell
Will Lilibeth become the talk of the Manhattan social circles? In New York City, especially Manhattan, I bet she will be successful among the upper class. One reason is that folks especially women would find it a useful stop to talk about.

One way she can be more successful is if she raises here price to as much as she can, perhaps 79 bucks for a pluck or more.

Give her a visit, will you please?
1885 Broadway (between West 62nd and 63rd)
New York, NY 10023
866-760-BROW (2796)
Hours: Mon – Saturday: 10am – 8pm, Sunday: 11am – 6pm

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  1. 2 Responses to “Can a business sustain itself let alone grow plucking eybrows?”

  2. By bad credit loans on Dec 30, 2009, 2:44 am | Reply

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  3. By Tina on Nov 16, 2011, 9:24 pm | Reply

    Funny, I met this woman years ago at a department store selling creams and her eyebrows and makeup were atrocious! All of the sudden shes an expert? I wouldn’t put my eyebrows in her hands..

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