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Zaniyah Burton Beauty Salon is a leading beauty services provider based in Augusta, Georgia. Founded by Zaniyah Burton in 2020, the business has quickly become one of Augusta’s premier go-to destinations for haircare and styling needs. The salon provides an array of hair services including cutting and styling, coloring, extensions, blowouts and conditioning treatments on all hair types and textures. In addition to these traditional options they offer customized beauty packages to meet the exact needs of each individual client which are tailored according to their desired look or lifestyle. Through a combination of personalized consultations and professional service offerings Zaniyah Burton is able to create a unique experience that caters to clients’ individual beauty goals. At Zaniyah Burton Beauty Salon we use only high-quality products from trusted brands like Wella Professional Hair Care System, Matrix Biolage line as well as our own signature line of products designed specifically for African American women with natural textured hair types. Our team is made up of experienced professionals who strive for excellence with each client service from start finish – earning us repeat customers throughout Augusta and beyond! We understand how important it is for everyone to feel confident about their appearance; that’s why we make sure you get the best possible care when you come into our salon regardless if you are visiting us once or every month - at Zaniyah Burton we believe your time should be an enjoyable experience!
During round 1 of the paycheck protection program, Zaniyah Burton requested a PPP loan for $20,830.00. They were approved on 3/29/2021 by the SBA for an amount of $20,830.00. The loan was facillitated by Capital Plus Financial, LLC. Of the approved amount, Zaniyah Burton has received 100% of the approved amount.
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