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State Regulations For Performing Classic Eyelash Extensions

Updated: Apr 27


Here you will find a list of current state regulations for installing Classic Eyelash Extensions and links to follow for more information. It is still your responsibility as a student to do your own research but regardless of state regulations, we still encourage you to take a course because these schools will not include these techniques in their curriculum. While we are not telling you how to run your business, many students simply start off offering services in their home. If your state does require licensure, you may also have the option to apply for an apprenticeship which is something most states will not even mention because they want you to spend the 10k+ on school to gain licensure.


We do not offer cosmetology or esthetics licensing at this time but we will in the near future. All of our programs are certificate programs and our most popular courses are Classic Eyelash Extensions, Everything Eyelashes, Teeth Whitening and Microblading. Keep in mind that we offer online training with a live instructor and we offer many tour dates across the country. Not only do we teach you the techniques, but we also teach you how to form your business and how to get your clients. If you are overworked and underpaid, then change that now starting with the School of Glamology. Please call 619 928 4526 or go to www.schoolofglamology.com for more information.


Alabama

No Regulations

Alaska

Hairdressers, Estheticians, Medical License

Arizona

Cosmetologist, Aesthetician

Arkansas

Cosmetologist, Aestheticians, Barber, medical license in a medical facility.

California

Cosmetologist, Esthetician, those working under physicians.

Colorado

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

Connecticut

No Regulations

Delaware

No Regulations

District of Columbia

Cosmetologist, Esthetician, Medical License

Florida

Cosmetologist, Esthetician, Full Specialist, Facial Specialist, Medical License

Georgia

Master Cosmetologist, Esthetician, medical license in medical facility

Hawaii

Cosmetologist, Esthetician, Barber

Idaho

No Regulations

Illinois

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

Indiana

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

Iowa

Cosmetologist, Esthetician, Must be performed in licensed salon

Kansas

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

Kentucky

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

Louisiana

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

Maine

Cosmetologist, Aesthetician

Maryland

No Regulations

Massachusetts

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

Michigan

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

Minnesota

Cosmetologist/Esthetician

Mississippi

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

Missouri

No Regulations

Montana

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

Nebraska

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

Nevada

Cosmetologist, Aesthetician

New Hampshire

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

New Jersey

Cosmetologist (must be working in a salon). Medical license under a doctor

New Mexico

Esthetician

New York

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

North Carolina

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

North Dakota

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

Ohio

Cosmetologist or Esthetician

Oklahoma

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

Oregon

Cosmetologist, Esthetician, Medical License

Pennsylvania

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

Rhode Island

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

South Carolina

Cosmetologist, Esthetician

South Dakota

Cosmetologist, Esthetician, Must be performed in a licensed salon

Tennessee

Cosmetologist, Aesthetician

Texas

Cosmetologist, Esthetician, or Eyelash Extension Specialist

Utah

Cosmetologist, Barber, Esthetician

Vermont

Cosmetology, Esthetician

Virginia

Esthetician, Cosmetologist

Washington

Cosmetologists, Esthetician

West Virginia

Cosmetologists, Esthetician

Wisconsin

No Regulations

Wyoming

Cosmetologists, Esthetician


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