Board for Barbers and Cosmetology Resources for Licensees during COVID-19 Outbreak

Board for Barbers and Cosmetology Resources for Licensees during COVID-19 Outbreak

Phase Three Guidelines to Further Ease Public Health Restrictions 

GUIDANCE

Where a mandatory business requirement in the guidelines conflicts with a requirement to wear a face covering, the sector-specific business requirement takes precedence.        

 

EXECUTIVE ORDERS    


DPOR-regulated businesses affected by the provisions of Executive Order 67 include:  

  • Barber shops;
  • Cosmetology, nail, and waxing salons;
  • Esthetics spas;
  • Tattoo parlors and permanent cosmetic tattooing salons; and
  • Body-piercing salons.

 


Refer to our main COVID-19 page for best practices and other resources regarding preventing transmission of COVID-19.  

Board Regulations: Sanitation and Safety Standards

 

Please note that all licensees are required to take sufficient measures to prevent transmission of communicable or infectious diseases, and must comply with sanitary requirements provided for in the Board’s regulations, or any local, state, or federal law or regulation governing the standards of health and sanitation for their respective practices.

 

Last updated 03/23/2021