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12 | JANUARY 2018 | CALIFORNIA STYLIST & SALON |

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Fred Jones

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Don’t Use Illegal Salon Tools or Equipment

The New Year brings with it a chance for new

beginnings, often encapsulated in self-committed

resolutions. Well, I have a “don’t” to be added

to your list of New Year’s resolutions, and that

is to strictly avoid operating an illegal, salon

workstation.

While that may be an easy resolution for such

extreme out-of-bounds activities like injections

of botox or other beauty enhancing medical

techniques, it can be more of a challenge when it

comes to your desire to keep your salon on the cut-

ting edge of beauty technology and equipment.

Your frustration to stay well within regulatory limits

could be enhanced after a trip to a beauty store

or an annual trade show, where manufacturers

are peddling the latest/greatest gizmos to make

your behind-the-chair service easier or more

in-demand.

I hear the complaint often: “These tools are sold

over the internet, on TV and at trade shows, so why

can’t I use them? I’m a trained professional, so if

lay-people have access to these tools, why can’t I

use them in my salon?”