The mission of the Mississippi State Board of Cosmetology is to regulate the instruction and practice of cosmetology and related professions by establishing rules and regulations relating to qualifications for licensure and procedures for the administration of examination prior to licensure, and by establishment of rules and regulations setting forth sanitation requirements for the operation of cosmetological establishments, for the benefit of the consumer and for the public health.
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REQUIREMENTS FOR PRESENTATION OF I.D. AND USE OF DUPLICATE LICENSE
Any individual who fails to provide I.D. to an agent of the board, during an inspection, when requested, will result in a citation being issued to the owner/manager of a salon (Refer to Rule 111.)1/1/2013 | View full article >>
USE OF LASER DEVICES IN COSMETIC PRACTICE
The Board of Cosmetology, in keeping with an opinion of the MS. State Board of Medical Licensure has issued a position statement that prohibits the use of laser unless the individual is under the supervision of a physician. 1/1/2013 | View full article >>
SPECIAL TAG PETITION
The Board would like to create an offer of a specialty car tag for the cosmetology professional. The tag would cost $31.00 above the normal cost, $24.00 of which would be submitted to the Board for a special use.1/1/2013 | View full article >>
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