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Beauty Salon Businesses for Sale in South East Queensland Greater Region, QLD

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    Beauty Salon Business in QLD

    All reasonable offers are considered!  Beautiful equipment and layout. The purchase price is less than the cost of the plant & equipment!

    This is a dual-income opportunity.

    1. Brand new beauty…

    Beauty Salon

    LINK Business Brisbane

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    Beauty Salon Business in Brisbane City

    Leading and Long Standing (90years) Barber Shop with a High Rate of Repeat Business on a busy road with high foot traffic!

    Business has been in operation for over 90years and has developed an…

    Beauty Salon

    Finn Business Sales.

  • Beauty Salon Business in Brisbane City

    A great opportunity to purchase a beauty salon/day spa that has been operating for over 30 years. Due to unforeseen circumstances this business is for sale, all the hard work has been done with a new …

    Beauty Salon

    ABS Business Sales Pty Ltd

  • Beauty Salon Business in Brisbane City

    Perfect opportunity to purchase a high-class quality hair salon that ticks all the boxes. This profitable hair salon is located in a booming suburb only 15 …

    Beauty Salon

    ABS Business Sales Pty Ltd

  • Beauty Salon Business in Brisbane City

    Great opportunity to purchase a successful salon that ticks all the boxes. The salon was established by the current owner six years ago in an outstanding location. All the hard work has been done,…

    Beauty Salon

    ABS Business Sales Pty Ltd

  • Beauty Salon Business in QLD

    Great business opportunity in the beauty industry to purchase a well-established and highly-regarded beauty salon located in a prime location on Brisbane’s Southside, less than 10km from Brisbane…

    Beauty Salon

    LINK Business Brisbane

  • Beauty Salon Business in QLD

    Looking to own one of the Best Brow Bars in Brisbane; a beauty salon specialist with additional beauty services.

    One of the city’s finest salon has been listed at $118,000 plus Stock at Value…

    Beauty Salon

    LINK Business Brisbane

  • Beauty Salon Business in Brisbane City

    PRICED TO SELL! There is no way you will be able to get in to a beauty salon with this level of equipment and professional fit out at this bargain price. 

    If you’re looking for a beauty salon that…

    Beauty Salon

    LINK Business Brisbane

  • Beauty Salon Business in Brisbane City

    This incredible business opportunity is only operating 2 part days a

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    11 New Jewelry Designers to Know

    Jewelry tends to have a pace slower than fashion, yet nevertheless it is constantly changing, growing, and evolving. Here at Vogue we pride ourselves on maintaining our fingers on the pulse while continuously pushing forward to what’s next. We buzz with excitement when we find a new jewelry designer or brand that brings novelty to the discipline, pushes the envelope, and embraces history in its own way. 

    Our list below includes jewelry designers that look to antiquity—Darius through the specific lens of her Persian ancestry and Dyne through a modern mode for hieroglyphics. Some designers like Arielle Ratner and Briony Raymond spent years working for other houses until they broke off on their own, compelled by their own inspiration and confidence in their skills. Others, such as Jade Ruzzo, were drawn to the medium after a wholly different start in their careers. The below list represents a group of jewelry designers who aren’t simply one thing and bring a freshness to the jewelry world that inspires the imagination and the hope of acquisition. 

    Image courtesy of By Pariah

    London-based jewelry brand By Pariah is inspired by untouched raw materials. Pieces with fine stones and lesser-seen materials are sophisticated and naturally elevated.

    By Pariah Rainfall mini drop earrings

    By Pariah jug hoop earrings

    By Pariah The Albert, Essential Stacking and Triple Eternity set of rings

    Image courtesy of Octavia Elizabeth

    Octavia Elizabeth Zamagias specializes in jewelry-box classics with a modern and sustainable twist. After years of training as a bench jeweler, the designer started her own line of pieces that can be added to an everyday look—and a few pieces for that next-level sparkle too.

    Octavia Elizabeth Parachute bracelet

    Octavia Elizabeth Charmed Gabby earrings

    Octavia Elizabeth Moi and Toi ring

    Octavia Elizabeth The Nesting Gem necklace

    Image courtesy of Briony Raymond

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    What You Need to Know About Opening a Salon

    • A hair salon can be a steady, profitable business, but before you open one, you need a strong business plan and preparation.
    • Finding a niche for your salon helps you attract a loyal client base.
    • The most important things a salon needs to succeed are a good culture, knowledgeable employees and an understanding of what its services are worth.

    When it comes to owning a business, a hair salon is a pretty safe bet – the beauty industry is valued at $532 billion per year. Beauty is also a steady business, often remaining unaffected during economic recessions.

    But even if you have the styling skills, launching your own business can be a challenging process that requires patience and know-how. The cost of opening your own salon is around $62,000 for a basic setup, but it can go up to $500,000 or even more. No matter how much you invest in your new business, you’ll want to do everything you can to ensure your salon’s success.

    The cost of opening a salon

    Before mapping out your finances and securing funding, you’ll want to consider what, exactly, you need funding for. Here are some common salon setup costs for aspiring owners: 

    • Licenses and permits: To open a salon, you’ll need a business license and any permits required in your area. If you plan on selling products, you’ll also need a seller’s permit.
    • Real estate: You’ll have to find a place to either rent or buy. If you choose to pay a monthly lease, you’ll likely have to provide a security deposit upfront.
    • Payroll: This involves salaries or wages for the employees you hire, and all the associated benefits you choose to offer.
    • Salon equipment: A salon requires a ton of equipment, like beauty supplies, sinks, chairs and hair dryers. You may also
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    The best beauty salons in Canberra

    Faith Murphy

    Faith Murphy, owner of DesignHer, one of the most recommended beauty salons in Canberra. Photo: Liv Cameron.

    Who doesn’t love treating themselves to a pamper session at a beauty salon? A visit to a beauty salon helps keep your skin and body in great shape. A quality beauty treatment with professional and experienced therapists not only makes you look amazing, it makes you feel amazing. Key is choosing a quality salon. That’s one that’s clean. It’s one that uses quality products and the right equipment.

    In this article, we’ll outline the qualities to consider when choosing a beauty salon, and share where to find the best in Canberra.

    What makes a great beauty salon?

    A great beauty salon offers a suite of services. These range from relaxation experiences to dealing with complex skin problems. Choosing the right salon for your needs gives you confidence you’ll enjoy your session, without stress.

    It can be helpful to keep the following in mind when choosing a beauty salon.

    • Range of treatments. The best beauty salons offer a healthy range of treatments. This can include facials, massages, body treatments, waxing, tanning and tinting. If you want something specific, a great beauty salon will offer the exact service that you’re looking for.
    • Training and qualifications. Beauty therapists in Canberra require a formal qualification at a technical and further education (TAFE) institute. This could include a Certificate III in Beauty Services or a Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy. Check what training and experience your therapist has.
    • Clean treatment rooms. Hygiene is important with beauty treatments. You’ll want a clean and tidy salon. Make sure your therapist cleans their equipment between clients.
    • Atmosphere. If rest and relaxation is important, choose a beauty salon with a spa-like atmosphere so you can unwind. This could be one with
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    Here’s How Much You’d Have If You Invested $1000 in Ulta Beauty a Decade Ago

    For most investors, how much a stock’s price changes over time is important. Not only can it impact your investment portfolio, but it can also help you compare investment results across sectors and industries.

    Another thing that can drive investing is the fear of missing out, or FOMO. This particularly applies to tech giants and popular consumer-facing stocks.

    What if you’d invested in Ulta Beauty (ULTA) ten years ago? It may not have been easy to hold on to ULTA for all that time, but if you did, how much would your investment be worth today?

    Ulta Beauty’s Business In-Depth

    With that in mind, let’s take a look at Ulta Beauty’s main business drivers.

    Bolingbrook, IL-based, Ulta Beauty Inc., previously known as Ulta Salon, Cosmetics & Fragrance, Inc., is a leading beauty retailer in the United States. Founded in 1990, the company changed its name to Ulta Beauty in January 2017.

    The company offers a wide range of products including cosmetics, fragrance, skincare, hair care, bath and body products, and salon styling tools in stores. It sells more than 25,000 products from about 500 well-established and emerging beauty brands across all categories and price points. We note that the company’s skincare category has been standing out in particular for a while now, given consumers’ rising consciousness.

    Meanwhile, the beauty products retailer also provides private label products comprising Ulta Beauty Collection branded cosmetics, skincare, and bath products. Additionally, the company operates a full-service salon in every store offering hair, skin and brow services. Additionally, it offers products through its Website,, as well as mobile applications. The products offered by the company include the prestige and mass beauty brands.

    As part of its value proposition, Ulta Beauty provides a range of loyalty programs through its Customer Relationship Management platform. It

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    12 secondhand marketplaces and shops for Y2K vibe

    If you’ve been keeping up with trends, you’ll know that Y2K fashion is taking fashionistas by storm. From baggy jeans to crop tops, platform shoes to mini denim skirts, and colourful hair clips to over-ear headphones, they are making a comeback while showing a knack of nostalgia for some millennials who thought these trends were shelved for good. In response to the return of Y2K fashion, Guru By Bangkok Post has gathered a list of thrift shops and secondhand markets that offer unique fashion pieces to pull off a style statement. Who’s ready to pop some tags?

    MOTT (Museum of Tees Thailand) 

    Open hours: 11am-5pm, weekdays only

    MOTT (Museum of Tees Thailand/ is a destination of choice for vintage t-shirt collectors. Whatever rare vintage graphic t-shirts you have on your bucket list, chances are MOTT has them. Located in Lat Pla Khao 50 alley, the standalone museum/shop is renowned for its rare finds, with a particular focus on 70s and 90s bands and music tours t-shirts. Everything showcased here perfectly embodies the timeless saying “old but gold”, with prices ranging from below B1,000 to more than B100,000. Some are priceless because they are solely for display at their rotating exhibitions.

    Know Where Studio

    Open hours: from 1-7pm, Tuesday to Sunday

    Know Where Studio ( is a playground for hypebeasts to hunt down their favourite American streetwear labels. Hidden down a small alley on Phahon Yothin Road, within a short walk from BTS Saphan Khwai, the store specialises in authentic, rare clothing, sneakers and accessories. Your favourite label, such as the Californian clothing brand Stussy, has its own corner, displaying everything from vintage to just-launched collections. The hot stuff is updated on their Instagram. The boutique boasts a wide selection of vintage graphic tees well-organised by hues on hangers. Pretty much

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    Bespoke Hair and Beauty in Barrow to shut after years of trade

    Bespoke Hair and Beauty in Barrow will be shutting up shop in Crellin Street, it has been announced.

    The salon will be permanently closed as Bespoke Hair and Beauty from March 1.

    Owner Becca Davies has run the business for the last six years and said she would be ‘forever grateful’ for the public support.

    In a post shared online, she said: “It is with a smile on my face that I make this announcement after lots of consideration I have decided to close Bespoke Hair Salon.

    “Last year I began the biggest role in my life being a mother and quickly realised this is where my heart lies and where I need to be.

    “Working two days a week within my own business is not giving the salon the best of me and I’m not one for doing things by halves.

    “I’ve had some wonderful years owning the salon since 2017 and will be forever grateful for the support Bespoke has received by the public.”

    Owners hinted there may be plans for the salon in the near future which are yet to be announced.

    Becca said: “The salon has a bright future ahead of it yet to be announced in the near future which I could not be happier for.

    “I will be continuing my hairdressing journey with the wonderful team at Coco Hair and Beauty, Barrow located on Dalton Road from March 1.

    “Jennie Hargreaves will be working from Zest Hair and Beauty located on Bowness Road, Barrow from March 1

    “Once again thank you to all the clients that have supported Bespoke’s journey the past six years – I will be forever grateful.”

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    James Steidle: Prince George’s shoe repair shop symbol of a better world

    It is a window into a rapidly disappearing world of self-reliance, resourcefulness, and a philosophy of understanding value.

    Just think of how hopeless we’d be if the ships didn’t come in and our nation lost its supply of cheap footwear. 

    Lucky for us, we’ve still got Jerry down at Steve and Son’s Shoe Repair on George Street, the only place in Northern B.C. where you can get your shoes fixed.

    To me, that little shop is a symbol of something very important.  It is a window into a rapidly disappearing world of self-reliance, resourcefulness, and a philosophy of understanding value.

    In a throw-away world of easy-come easy-go, Jerry’s shoe repair shop invites us to consider otherwise.

    Your items, like your shoes and your clothes, are things to keep alive. They are things that should live for decades, not months. Things that should be built not just to last, but to be able to maintain and to resurrect.  

    It’s not like that now. In this era of cheap mass-production, where almost all of our nation’s footwear is manufactured overseas, we place little value on the ability to keep those shoes on the road. The moment they wear out, we throw them away.

    We almost don’t have a choice. Our shoes, along with most of our household items, our appliances, even our automobiles and furniture, aren’t really designed to last or to be repaired all that much. 

    They are designed to be thrown away.

    There’s a word for all this: planned obsolescence. And it has a rationale. 

    The more material that can just be thrown in a landfill, the more stuff we have to mine, log, and drill, and the more overseas factories we need to replace all the stuff we thoughtlessly turfed.

    And all this, of course, feeds a better and

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    Rep for 50 Cent Responds to Engagement Rumors After Cuban Link Was Spotted Wearing Huge Diamond Ring

    Fans went wild earlier this week after rumors about a possible engagement between 50 Cent and Cuban Link, sparked online.

    The rapper’s longtime girlfriend was recently spotted wearing a huge rock on her left ring finger, and fans began hearing wedding bells. But sadly, it doesn’t look like this couple will be making it down the aisle anytime soon.

    Rumors of engagement spark between Cuban Link and 50 Cent. (Pictured: @_cuban_link/Instagram)

    centcubanlink-not-engaged-diamond-ring-wedding-girlfriend/”According to TMZ, a rep for the “Power” producer confirmed that Haine’s ring “is not an engagement ring, but the couple IS very much together.”

    Speculations of an engagement erupted after Haines shared a sweet video of herself and Fif holding onto each other’s arms as they walked down a hall in slow motion. Summer Walker’s 2019 ballad “Session 32” played over the clip. 

    Related: 50 Cent’s Fans React to the Rapper Sending Out a Fake Public Missing Person’s Report for Girlfriend Cuban Link

    The video then transitioned to show Fif performing on stage and Cuban Link on the side of the stage hyping up her man. During the five-second clip, fans noticed the model’s diamond ring and formed their own opinions.

    “Sticking that finger out like a kickstand!! Yess!!”

    “That MF ring! Whew!!”

    “The 1st woman to ‘really’ cuff Fif”

    Haines didn’t help put an end to the rumors either, as she wrote a white heart and a padlock emoji as her caption. 

    The couple began dating in 2019 and made their first public appearance on the red carpet for the season six premiere of “Power.”

    Since then, fans have expressed their love for Haines and 50 on various social media sites, most notably Twitter. One said, “I really like Cuban Link and 50 Cent together lol idk I like the vibes

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    Vanderpump Rules star Scheana Shay shows off her curves leaving beauty salon in LA

    Vanderpump Rules star Scheana Shay shows off her curves leaving Caela Esthetics beauty salon in LA… days after season 10 premiere

    Scheana Shay flaunted her curves while leaving Caela Esthetics beauty salon in Los Angeles on Thursday.

    The Vanderpump Rules star, 37, sported a stylish all-black ensemble as she strutted the streets only a few days after the season 10 premiere of her show.

    Her form-fitting top was cropped just below her chest, showing off her toned stomach.

    It featured long sleeves and a high neckline that created a sleek yet stylish silhouette.

    For pants, she went with a pair of leggings, which were tucked into knee-high lace-up black boots.

    On the go: Scheana Shay was spotted flaunting her figure in an all black ensemble on Thursday

    On the go: Scheana Shay was spotted flaunting her figure in an all black ensemble on Thursday

    Scheana’s brunette hair was pulled back into a tight messy bun at the back of her head, and she went very minimal with makeup.

    The beauty accessorized with a large pair of sunglasses and a black purse, which she wore over her shoulder.

    In her hands, she carried her phone and a water bottle.

    The first episode of season 10 of Vanderpump Rules premiered on February 8.

    The show follows businesses woman Lisa Vanderpump, who first gained fame after appearing on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

    It focuses on Lisa and the employees of her West Hollywood, California, restaurant SUR, which stands for Sexy Unique Restaurant.

    The day before the season 10 premiere, two of the show’s stars, Lala Kent and Katie Maloney, spoke to about mending their feud.

    ‘That’s resolved. I know we both care about the friendship, we’re gonna have ups and downs, we’re a passionate group of

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