henna, as a business


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Posted by Kelly on July 24, 2002 at 17:40:54:

I work in a public library as a computer tech. It's the farthest
thing from the artistic nature of henna. I often come to work
displaying henna covered hands and feet. Patrons will often stop me
and ask questions. I have been asked to do henna programs at the
library I work at and have been asked by people from other libraries
at meetings if I do programs or not. I know that a lot of these
people who do library programs get as much as a few hundred dollars
for a program.

I was wondering how professional henna artists handle liability
issues? I.e. someone has an allergic reaction to the paste and
intends to sue the pants off of you? Do you carry some sort of
insurance policy? Do you make clients sign a disclaimer?

 


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