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Salon SalonFort Collins, CO
  • Beautiful and modern Fort Collins salon seeking a licensed stylist to add to our team.
  • Great location, competitive pay, and lots of room for growth.
  • Must have current Colorado cosmetology or hairstylist license, some experience preferred.
  • Job Types: Full-time, Commission
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