An App Just for Licensed Beauty Pros

by Holly Schippers | October 26, 2018

Have you heard of the app BeauticianList?


The creator of the app, Dasha Minina, wants your customer to understand that your license indicates a higher standard of professionalism. Having a license does not make a difference if the consumer does not understand what the purpose of it is.

BeauticianList is a dedicated platform for licensed professionals to find clientele and for consumers to see where licensed salon professionals are located. The app offers a photo gallery and verifies U.S. licensure. It also has an educational blog geared towards consumers to teach them what to expect from a quality service. 


The intention of BeauticianList is to be an all-encompassing platform, offering: 


• Access to associations

• Product launches

• Community forum

• Free watermark feature

• License expiration notice


Minina is also hoping to add booking software in the future.

BeauticianList has a patent-pending algorithm that verifies state licensure of the professionals signing up for the platform.


It supports the licensed professional. It’s free. Why not check it out and let me know in the comments what you think!

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