July 1, 1999
Of the four states still left without any kind of licensing regulations (Alaska, Connecticut, Nebraska, and Utah) regarding nail technicians, the first two are well on their way to making a change for the better.
December 1, 1997
his year, state boards took a beating, especially in California. Several other states scrutinized whether they even need licensing at all.
May 1, 1997
Last year, the DCA indicated, among other proposals, that it might lower educational requirements for cosmetologists.
April 1, 1996
April 1, 1994
Frustrated with the lack of qualified professional nail technicians, Diane Laird saw to it that the entire cosmetology school system in New Hampshire changed.
August 1, 1993
Currently, cosmeticians are licensed to provide facials, makeup, and nail services.
The Iowa State Board of Cosmetology started issuing nail technician licenses in late January 1993, just six months after the licensing bill was passed by the state legislature.
May 1, 1993
New regulations and licenses are on the horizon for the nail industry.
October 1, 1992
There has been a good deal of rejoicing in our industry over the fact that New York has finally passed a nail technician licensing bill.
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