The Department of Health and Human Services and the Nebraska Board of Barber Examiners govern the regulations for beauty services in Nebraska. Regulated beauty professionals must undergo training at a licensed school or an apprenticeship program in the state.
These professionals must secure a cosmetologist license in Nebraska. The license requires applicants to complete 1,800 training hours.
Facialists are considered estheticians in the state. The esthetician license requires 600 training hours to qualify for the exam.
Nail technicians in Nebraska must finish 300 training hours to qualify for the licensure test.
More detailed information about licensing for the above beauty professionals is found here:
The board requires barbers to finish 1,800 training hours to take the licensing exam.
The law states that massage therapists must finish 1,000 training hours and pass a national licensing exam. MBLEx is a popular examining body for massage therapists in the country.
Spray or airbrush tanning techs and makeup artists in the state are not regulated. This means aspirants can choose their training at any provider to get the appropriate skills.