Effect of perceived Price, Brand Image, perceived Quality and Trust on Consumer’s buying Preferences


  • Bilal Afsar Department of Management Sciences Hazara University, Mansehra Pakistan


The study investigates the effect of factors such as perceived price, brand image, perceived quality and trust on consumers' evaluative judgments for beautification products. Results showed that brand image has positive and significant impact on consumer trust. Increase in perceived quality and trust depicted increase in a particular brand preference. Decrease in perceived price showed significant and positive impact on brand preference. This study measured the effect of brand image, price, quality and consumer trust information on how individuals subjectively evaluate a brand.


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