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TITLE 54
PROFESSIONS, VOCATIONS, AND BUSINESSES
CHAPTER 58
BARBER AND COSMETOLOGY SERVICES ACT
54-5805.  EXEMPTIONS FROM LICENSURE. The licensing, certification and registration provisions of this chapter shall not apply to the following:
(1)  Persons authorized by the laws of this state to practice as a nurse or to practice any of the healing arts while in the proper discharge or delegation of their professional duties.
(2)  Persons who provide on-site personal care or hygiene services including shaving, trimming of hair, beard or mustache, washing, brushing, or combing hair, and basic skin care and nail care to residents at facilities licensed under the department of health and welfare division of licensing and certification.
(3)  Persons practicing in their own home without compensation who are not practicing on the public in general.
(4)  Persons practicing on a relative without compensation.
(5)  Persons whose practice is limited to the facial application of cosmetic products to customers in connection with the sale or attempted sale of cosmetic products on the premises of a retail cosmetics dealer without compensation from the customer other than the price of the products.
(6)  Persons whose practice is limited to the demonstration of thermal styling equipment on customers in connection with the sale or attempted sale of thermal styling equipment on the premises of a registered thermal styling equipment dealer without compensation from the customer other than the price of the equipment.
(7)  Currently enrolled students or actively registered apprentices practicing or demonstrating outside of a licensed school or establishment when that practice or demonstration is under the direct supervision of a licensed instructor. Members of the public may not be charged for any services performed by a student or an apprentice practicing pursuant to this subsection.
(8)  Persons who are licensed or qualified through proper documentation to practice or teach barbering, barber-styling or cosmetology in a state, territory or possession of the United States or in a foreign country and whose practice and activities are limited to education or demonstration of no more than fourteen (14) consecutive days, provided that such persons shall observe and comply with sanitation requirements established by rule. Members of the public may not be charged for any services performed as part of the demonstration or education.
(9)  Persons who are employed, participating in, or contracted to perform barber-styling or cosmetology services in the course of and incidental to the production of a theatrical or other visual arts production including, but not limited to, stage productions, television and motion pictures.

History:
[54-5805, added 2018, ch. 228, sec. 3, p. 523; am. 2019, ch. 178, sec. 1, p. 573; am. 2020, ch. 182, sec. 3, p. 562.]


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