How to Buy Wigs Wholesale

by Mary Freeman ; Updated September 28, 2017

Wigs are a versatile product with uses ranging from costuming to providing comfort for recovering chemotherapy patients. Due to the many purposes of wigs, there is a great disparity in quality of different kinds of wigs, and smart shopping is necessary to ensure the right wig is chosen for the occasion. Online wholesale wig retailers offer a variety of high-quality products at relatively low prices, which can be resold or added to your own private collection.

Items you will need

  • Telephone
  • Business license
  • Credit card
Step 1

Visit or to find many different styles of wholesale wigs. If you are interested in reselling wigs, navigate to to find an application to receive an index of wig wholesalers.

Step 2

Create an account on or features open registration, but an account on must be created over the phone at 1-800-421-1940 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 pm.. You will need to provide a business license number to complete the account's creation.

Step 3

Select a style of wig that you would like to purchase. offers the ability to sort the wigs based on composition, manufacturer or color, while wigs can be sorted by composition, price, manufacturer or item name.

Step 4

Add the wigs you would like to purchase to your shopping cart. This can be done using the "add to cart" button found on or using the SKU numbers found on

Step 5

Complete the transaction and supply the retailer with the necessary information, including your name, address and credit card number. All orders on must total at least $200.


  • If opening a wig retailer, purchase a variety of stylish wigs to build your inventory.

About the Author

Mary Freeman is a freelance writer. She has held several editorial positions at the print publication, "The Otter Realm." She traveled throughout Europe, which ultimately resulted in an impromptu move to London, where she stayed for eight months. This life experience inspired her to pursue travel writing. Freeman received a degree in human communication from California State University.