At its November 30, 2020, meeting, the Board approved extending the time for which Methods of Teaching classes may be taught on a virtual, real-time, interactive Internet platform until May 10, 2021. This is subject to review if the public health emergency situation changes.

The Board of Cosmetology licenses individuals who are qualified by education and/or passage of a board-approved examination into the respective modalities to perform professional cosmetology and cosmetology-related services, to include cosmetologists, estheticians, nail technicians and instructors. The Board also licenses and regulates cosmetology schools and programs, booth renters and salons. It receives and investigates complaints and follows through with appropriate actions against licensees who violate Cosmetology laws and regulations.

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