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EpicFabulosity Redefines Same-Day Delivery Services with Its Helpful and Highly Effective App for Beauty, Grooming, and Haircare Products

Being at home nowadays and experiencing the ease of having products delivered instead of having to go out is such a relief for many people. It becomes even more helpful and rewarding when these products include beauty items such as cosmetics, grooming, and haircare commodities that often require having to go to the store. Thanks to the EpicFabulosity same-day delivery service app, anyone can order products from where they are and have them delivered right away. 

“We are the first ever nationwide same-day delivery service that specializes in the beauty/cosmetics, extensions, grooming, and hair care products,” CEO Jamila Surles-Walker explained. “We partner with local beauty supply stores to deliver hair care products. We realized that the safety of the staff and customers are a top priority now during the pandemic. We want to support the trend of supporting local businesses as well, and consumers want the convenience of ordering online and having their hair products delivered the same day,” she added.

As a parent, consumer, and former caregiver of a disabled family member, Jamila understands how challenging it can be to get a hold of much-needed items when there is so little time and opportunity to do so. She realized that there is a need for a same-day delivery service for people who still want to look good despite being cooped up at home. Whether it’s due to the pandemic, being up in age and/or limited mobility, lack of transportation, not being able to go to a local store to get these products can be frustrating. EpicFabulosity is making it very easy while helping local businesses thrive and improve the economy little by little at the same time.

This win-win set-up for EpicFabulosity and the community of local businesses is a promising collaboration that not only helps improve the way of life of consumers but also boosts the local economy significantly. Jamila initially envisioned several scenarios that would truly benefit from EpicFabulosity’s services, from a bride needing a make-up product nearing the hour of her wedding to a make-up artist needing a resupply during an event and a barber in need of a specific styling gel for his shop. EpicFabulosity is an apt solution to the simple day-to-day problems of common people.

EpicFabulosity is available for all beauty supply and cosmetic retailers that cater to the needs of African-American women and men as they captured 86% of the ethnic beauty market in 2017, generating $54 million of the $63 million that was spent that year according to a Nielsen study. The same group also spent $127 million on grooming aids and $465 million on skincare in the same year. In 2018, the African-American hair care industry generated a staggering $2.51 billion as more and more consumers made a significant shift from using general products to specific brands that address their needs. 

If anything, Jamila has come up with an innovative idea that will change the course of the local economy for many cities around the country. Not only has she successfully catered to a pressing need, but she also managed to capture a market that promises to be a very lucrative target for her and her business.

Picture: Owner – Jamila Surles-Walker

More information about EpicFabulosity can be found on Epic Entourage TV, a Roku channel started by Jamila Surles-Walker. Roku averages about 51 million viewers a month. This channel was created to promote small businesses, real estate listings, and provide a media outlet for up-and-coming talent in the entertainment industry as well as established artists and personalities.

Find out more about EpicFabulosity by visiting its website. Follow the company on Instagram for and Facebook updates on its latest projects.  Subscribe to their Youtube channel for demonstrations on products and more. Visit the Epic Entourage TV site for more information.

Shrey Yadav is an Digital marketing expert and social media Influencer in India, and founder of stalke media and privilege times. His experience of working with top most companies and clients have helped him to learn every bit of digital success.

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