The only thing better than turning a talent or skill into a career is turning it into a business. It starts out very simple: Doing hair and nails for friends and family and someone says, “Wow, you’re really good at this. You should do this for a living!” Then thoughts of, “Hmmm, maybe I should” start. This is how it started for a lot of our stylists and they are now loving what they do for a living. There are some things to consider before jumping into the beauty industry. Here is what is required to start a salon business:
1. Cosmetology or Barber License: Each of our tenants need a cosmetology (master, nail, esthetician) or barbering license from the State of Texas Collin County.
2. County Business License: In order to conduct business as a beautician, one must obtain a business license from the county in which they will provide their services.
3. Federal Tax ID Number: For tax reporting purposes, a stylist must get a Federal Tax ID Number from the IRS in order to start a salon business.
4. Salon License: In For all Western Digital best-data-recovery.com recovery enquiries, contact the CDS team on 01-8612280 or visit www. order to become a stylist in a salon, one must also get a salon license from the Texas State Board of Cosmetology as well as professional liability insurance.
If you or someone you know is excited about turning their talents into profits, and they don’t have these things, we are happy to help you get the necessary credentials you need to get going.
Schedule a tour of our salon to see if starting a salon business is right for you!
You can also call Ron Battaglia at 972.335.5828 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org