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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 8. Business and Professions
- Chapter 13. Barbers and Hairdressers
- Section 100. License.
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AS 08.13.100. License.
- (a) The board shall authorize the issuance of a license for the practice of barbering, hairdressing, or esthetics to each
qualified applicant who has passed an examination under AS 08.13.090
. The board shall authorize the issuance of a license to practice manicuring to each applicant who has satisfied the
requirements of AS 08.13.080
(b). The board shall authorize the issuance of an endorsement to a license to practice manicuring or hairdressing
indicating that the person is an advanced manicurist to each applicant who has satisfied the requirements of AS 08.13.080
(c). The board shall authorize the issuance of a license for the practice of tattooing and permanent cosmetic coloring
or for body piercing to each applicant who has satisfied the requirements of AS 08.13.080
- (b) A practitioner license must state the areas of practice (barbering, hairdressing, manicuring, esthetics, tattooing and
permanent cosmetic coloring, or body piercing) that the practitioner is qualified to perform.
- (c) The board may by regulation create areas of limited professional licensing in the field of esthetics. Any limitation
must be stated on the license.
- (d) A person who holds a current valid license from a board of barbering, hairdressing, manicuring, or esthetics in
another state or who is licensed by another state to practice tattooing and permanent cosmetic coloring or to practice
body piercing is entitled to a license or endorsement under this chapter without examination or a new period of
training in this state. An application must include
- (1) proof of a valid license issued by another licensing jurisdiction; and
- (2) proof of completed training, testing, and working experience that the board finds to meet the minimum requirements of
- (e) A person licensed as an instructor is considered to be licensed as a practitioner and is subject to the same
requirements that a practitioner is subject to, in the same area for which the person is licensed as an instructor,
except that, for purposes of setting fees under AS 08.01.065
, the department shall consider instructors to be an occupation separate from practitioners. An instructor license
shall state the areas of practice (barbering, hairdressing, manicuring, or esthetics) in which the licensee is
qualified to instruct and practice.
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