💭 Minnesota is Licensing Buildings as Beauticians, Barbers 💈 and Braiders
April 3, 2019
The current licensing laws requires 30-1500-hours of educational training with a test for new hair braiders, barbers, cosmetologists, estheticians, eyelash technicians. Existing technicians were able to be “licensed” by only testing out of the educational requirements.
Any salon/shop that offered these services on the public must be licensed like any other salon/shop.
But a new twist is at play.
The Bill HF2591 removes any technician offering this service anywhere as unlicensed as a barber, cosmetologist or esthetician.
This NEW law is an unbalanced approach without proper educational training and test requirement and a necessary licensing component.
This is in IGNORANCE of the inherent dangers posed to health, safety, and infection control concerns for all clients who seek these services.