Salons may be established in private residences if the conditions in items A to G are met.
The salon must meet the requirements of this chapter.
The salon space must not be used for any residential purposes at any time.
The salon must be completely separated from the residential areas. There must be a permanent, solid partition from floor to ceiling between the salon and the residential areas, and any door in between them must be kept closed at all times.
All cosmetology services must be provided in the salon space.
Laundry tubs must not be used as shampoo bowls.
If the salon space does not include a restroom, licensees and customers must have access to the residential bathroom. All medications and hazardous substances in the residential bathroom must be kept in locked cupboards.
If the salon owner or DLSM is at the home when a board inspector visits, the board inspector must be allowed access to the salon space for the purposes of an inspection, even if the salon is not open for business at the time of the inspection visit.
41 SR 305; 44 SR 941
March 6, 2020
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes