The Sunshine Beauty Salon in Zhuhai, in the northern province of Hubei, has closed in the city of Dongguan after just four months.
The salon had been owned by local billionaire Wang Buiying since 2014 and its staff were expected to continue operating in Dongguang, which has a population of around 100,000.
Sunlight Beauty Salon is believed to be the only such salon in the country, with similar operations in Guangzhou, Shanghai and Shenzhen.
It is unclear whether Wang has any plans to reopen the salon, but he has previously made comments about opening new facilities in other provinces.
In February, Wang told state media that he wanted to open “a number of new beauty salons”, which would include a beauty school in Beijing, a salon in Nanjing, a cosmetics store in Tianjin, and a cosmetics studio in Wuhan.
He also said he wanted “to create an international beauty industry” in China.
In November, Wang said he planned to open a cosmetics and beauty business in Shanghai, and he also announced plans to open an international cosmetics business.
In December, Wang announced plans for a cosmetics factory in Beijing.
In May, Wang posted a video on his Instagram account with his family, which said he was planning to start a cosmetics company in Shanghai.
Sunlight has had problems operating in the past.
Last year, the salon closed due to a lack of visitors, prompting complaints about poor service and the salon’s location in a residential area.
However, the Chinese government did not issue a statement when the salon was reopened.