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All beauty professionals should have their own liability insurance.
Until now, the Iowa Board of Barbering has required that licensed barbers complete eight hours of continuing education every two years.
Maine SB 296, which was recently signed into law, provides that a person who provides only hair braiding services is not required to hold a state barbering or cosmetology license.
Recently enacted Maryland HB 587 establishes a new barber-stylist limited license for practitioners providing the services of "cutting, razor cutting, or styling hair; shaving or
Pursuant to the enactment of Georgia HB 314, effective July 1, 2015, the Georgia State Board of Barbers and the Georgia State Board of Cosmetology will combine to create a new board called the
Hair braiding is now exempt from professional license requirements in Arkansas. Arkansas HB 1177 was signed into law by Governor Hutchinson on March 15, 2015.
Alaska House Bill 131 was signed into law by Governor Walker on May 29, 2015. This new law affects all professionals performing manicures in Alaska. The law changes the existing state law in several important ways, including: