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By William McCoy ; Updated September 29, 2017 A customer gets their hair washed at a salon Although it's polite to thank a salon employee for pampering you, your gratitude shouldn't stop with words. It's appropriate to tip salon employees and, occasionally, owners themselves, for helping you look your best. The amount you tip can depend on the quality of the care, but it's proper etiquette to tip 15 to 20 percent after your appointment and also tip around the holidays Tip 15 to 20 Percent Nationally recognized etiquette organization The Emily Post Institute recommends tipping between 15 and 20 percent for salon services. The organization reports that this tip amount is appropriate for a number…
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