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Salon and Spa Store front owned and managed by one or more owners Salon and Spa store front that is owned as landlord renting out individual spaces to independent contractors that are stylist, nail techs or estheticians No store front Salon and/or spa is in technicians home or travels to clients home or other locations License as business federally required Yes mandatory YES, Owner or landlord of booth rental store Individual contractors??? Generally are not claiming a business Licensed by state and City required Yes mandatory Yes to owner or landlord of business..Individual contractors discretion Generally are not claiming a... View Article

Uncertified and inexperienced hairstylists. Those thousands of hours spent in cosmetology school will not only pay off in the long run, but help to prevent a hair disaster. Mislabeled products. If the bottle of hair conditioner is actually filled with a chemical relaxer, then you’ll be in major trouble. Overloaded electrical outlets. This is unsafe, scary and potentially shocking. Broken chairs. Isn’t the whole point of settling into the stylist’s chair to actually “settle”?Comfort is a huge part of the salon experience. Leaky shampoo bowls. This is a slip-and-fall lawsuit waiting to happen, not to mention one of the reasons... View Article