Do you have to be a licensed cosmetologist to shop at SalonCentric?


Quick Answer

SalonCentric's diversion policy, listed on its website, states that the company markets its products to professional salons, requiring that the salon employ at least one licensed cosmetologist. Employees and owners of such salons may purchase the company's products regardless of whether or not they have a license.

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Along with the requirement that the purchasing salon have a licensed cosmetologist, SalonCentric also requires that the salon's professional use products be used at that salon, that the salon not resell its professional use products and that, if the salon violates these terms, the company has the right to discontinue its relationship with the salon.

Any retail products purchased from SalonCentric should only be sold on the purchasing salon's premises for home use by its customers.

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