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SUMMER 2021 LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

June 22, 2021

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Arkansas House Bill 1746
Summary: will allow anyone to shampoo, condition, dress, dry, style, flat iron, curl, and arrange hair without a license or training and will exempt establishments that provide these services from cosmetology licensure.

Status: Passed, signed by Governor.

Indiana House Bill 1364
Summary: will allow anyone to practice barbering, cosmetology, electrology, esthetics, or manicuring without a license or training.

Status: Failed.

Minnesota HF 2370 and Minnesota SF 2126
Summary: will allow anyone to practice hairstyling, makeup application, and eyelash extensions without a license, establish a cosmetology apprenticeship, and modify the membership of the Board of Cosmetology

Status: Eligible for crossover to the 2022 legislative session.

Mississippi Senate Bill 2342 and Mississippi Senate Bill 2343
Summary: will allow anyone to arrange, style, curl, dry or straighten hair, apply eyelash extensions, and thread eyebrows without a license or training.

Status: Failed.

Missouri House Bill 789
Summary: will allow anyone to cleanse, dry, or style hair and perform hair braiding and eyebrow threading without a license or training. 

Status: Failed.
Nevada Senate Bill 178

Summary: will add blow-drying ad curling hair to the definition of a shampoo technician and allow this to be practiced with only 20 hours of training and no requirement of a license.

Status: Failed.

New Hampshire HB 606
Summary: will allow anyone to provide cosmetology services without a license if the services are being provided without payment. 

Status: Passed, pending Governor’s signature.

North Dakota House Bill 1426
Summary: will allow anyone to shampoo, condition, dress, dry, style, flat iron, curl, and arrange hair and apply eyelash extensions without a license or training. 

Status: Failed.

Oklahoma Senate Bill 756
Summary: will allow individuals to practice cosmetology without a license if they are certified by a private institution. The bill does not include any language about the necessary training that would be required through the private institution. Additionally, individuals who are not licensed will not require the oversight of the Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology.

Status: referred to Oklahoma Senate Business, Commerce, and Tourism Committee, carried over to 2022 legislative session.

Oklahoma Senate Bill 850
Summary: will allow any licensed barber, cosmetologist, or manicurist to offer those services to a customer in the customer's private residence. 

Status: Passed, signed by Governor.

Utah Senate Bill 87 and Utah House Bill 266
Summary: will allow anyone to shampoo, condition, dress, dry, style, flat iron, curl, and arrange hair without a license or training if they receive a hair safety permit.

Status: Passed, signed by Governor.

West Virginia House Bill 2325
Summary: will prevent the Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists from regulating the use, application, or administration, by unlicensed persons whether for compensation or not of hair, nail, skin, and other beauty products that are commonly available as retail, consumer products. This bill would allow anyone to provide beauty services without a license or training as long as the products used were commonly available. 

Status: Eligible to be carried over to 2022 legislative session at request of sponsor.

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