Beauty Franchise Opportunities

Find your ideal franchise opportunity in the beauty industry today. Search beauty related franchises for sale on our directory of beauty franchise opportunities.

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The Massage Company Beauty Franchise

In the UK, The Massage Company has identified a potential market for their service that is not...

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TruGym Beauty Franchise

truGym is a national gym provider with the sole aim of delivering high quality but affordable...

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Spray 2 Go Beauty Franchise

Starting a spray tanning business is extremely lucrative, as it is a quick and flexible...

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Information on Buying Beauty Franchises

For some, running a beauty franchise is a dream lifestyle; beauty franchisees get to work in the beauty industry as independent entrepreneurs, with the support of an established franchise network. To succeed in this industry, you need a heartfelt commitment to customer service, great attention to detail and the patience and discipline to stick closely to a business plan. When you buy your franchise, consider the territory, business model and legal requirements carefully.

Before you buy a beauty franchise, you need to take on board all of the advice that the franchisor is offering you, but you also need to make sure to research the territory carefully for yourself. You need to have a clear idea of the demographics in your territory, and you need to be aware of the local competition. Ask yourself: how many other salons exist in the territory you’re considering? What prices do the competitive salons charge, and how many products and services are they offering? How convenient is their offering, both in terms of opening hours and booking treatments? The more research you can carry out on the territory you’re interested in before making a purchase, the better your chances of success.

The franchisor you’re buying from will be able to tell you where your earnings are most likely to come from. Some salons will earn a significant share of revenues from retail (selling lotions, shampoos and other beauty products from the front desk), whereas others will depend wholly on appointment bookings. The likely split of earnings will help you to choose the most appropriate premises for your beauty franchise.

Some beauty treatments require you to have certain qualifications and/or licences; you should discuss the treatment offering in-depth with the franchisor and – if in any doubt – approach your local council for advice.

Search our directory of UK beauty salons for sale, or learn more about what goes in a franchise contract.