A former beauty queen is calling for more regulation of beauty salons after a group of women complained about the conditions in which they work.
The women, who all work in the beauty industry, said that there is no proper washing, no disinfectant, and that their customers are exposed to bacteria and viruses.
The group, which includes many former queens, are also calling for tighter regulation on beauty salon owners.
The complaints are part of a nationwide backlash against salons, which many say have not been held accountable for their services.
The complaint comes amid a nationwide push against saloon owners after the deaths of two young girls and the wounding of another in a similar incident in New York City last month.
Some salons are also facing lawsuits over worker conditions, such as unsafe working conditions.
The New York Times reports that the New York Department of Labor issued a warning to salon owners on Tuesday about saloon employees’ health and safety concerns.
One of the salons that the women spoke to, the A.C. Penney in Los Angeles, said its salons were inspected for compliance with the city’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
A representative for A.c.
Penneys said it is cooperating with the New Orleans Police Department and the New Jersey State Department of Health on an investigation.
The spokesperson also said that the agency is “aware of these allegations” and is “investigating the situation.”
The salon also said the employees were allowed to wash their hands at the salon and that the safety of their hands was never compromised.
The workers were also allowed to bring in their children and pets for free, but only after their hands were cleaned.
In addition to the salon, the group said that a salon manager told the women to wear their hair long because it would prevent “all infections”.
The salon owner, who was not identified, also told the salon women that they could not leave their rooms if there was a “nervous reaction”.
The woman told the Los Angeles Times that the salon owner did not tell them what to wear to avoid being seen by customers.
“I was so nervous and scared.
I told them we are working with a private company and I was not supposed to speak to the press,” the woman told LA Weekly.