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House Bill 1477


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House Bill 1477

ARCHIVE (2013)

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DIGEST OF HB 1477 (Updated April 24, 2013 2:16 pm - DI 84)

Beauty culture professionals. Uses the term "beauty culture professional" when referring to barber, cosmetology, esthetician, manicurist, and electrology licenses collectively. Combines the barber and cosmetology school salon, and instructor licenses into beauty culture licenses. Provides for barber programs in beauty culture schools. Creates the state board of cosmetology and barber examiners compliance fund. Repeals the instructor and barber instructor license and combines the licenses into a single instructor license. Repeals the following school licenses and combines them into beauty culture schools: (1) Barber. (2) Cosmetology. Repeals the following salon licenses and combines them into a single beauty culture salon license: (1) Electrology salon. (2) Cosmetology salon. (3) Esthetic salon. (4) Manicurist salon. (5) Barber shop. Repeals temporary work permits for: (1) cosmetology; (2) electrology; (3) esthetics; and (4) manicuring. Repeals provisions setting the number of hours of instruction in electrology required in order to perform electrolysis and allows the board to set the number of hours required. Repeals provisions that allows the board to waive certain licensing requirements for licensure as a cosmetologist. Repeals provisions concerning limits on reexamination for a manicurist license, and provides that the board sets standards for reexamination. Repeals the following temporary licenses: (1) Barber. (2) Barber instructor. (3) Esthetician. Makes conforming changes.
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