Michigan Treasurer Robert J. Kleine told the New York Times that these types of taxes could bring in $1.8 billion a year. "The basic thing is that we need to update our tax structure," he said. "We’ve got a 20th-century tax structure based on a different sort of economy."
While those who are for the extended taxing are all for spreading it out over a broader variety of services, others are concerned for what it might do for small or struggling businesses. How do you feel about a potential tax on beauty services? Frankly, I'd be less apt to make certain purchases, especially in the already pricey — not to mention tip-heavy — beauty industry. What do you think?