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Asked Aug 13, 2019

What finances do you need to have to achieve getting somewhere with Cosmetology?

For instance to build your own salon?

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*Some essential costs that are needed to be assessed before building a salon are:*

**Cosmetics:**A salon has to provide quality service to the customers so that the customers visit them again and again. Good quality products have to be bought.**Cleaning:**Tidiness is a primary aspect for health consistence as well as for the general business picture. Exceptional housekeeping services have to be carried out. Cleaning accessories may range from $100 to $200 each month.**Rent or lease payments:**Regardless of whether a salon is rented or leased, a regularly scheduled instalment is necessary to be kept. The costs may differ, however it is a significant aspect in the budget.**Employee wages:**Based on the budget, each stylist has to be paid. A commission based model can be effective.**Licens...**

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