Operating beauty schools in New Jersey should be licensed by the board, allowing them to offer state-recognised courses.
Barbers are required to complete 900 training hours. Licensed barbers who were issued their licenses before 1985 and wish to get licensed for hairstyling or cosmetology must finish a 500-hour program. Those who were licensed after 1985 are required to complete 300 training hours.
Hairstylists in the state must get a cosmetologist-hairstylist license, which requires 1,200 training hours.
Nail techs provide various nail care and enhancement procedures and are expected to finish 300 training hours for a manicurist license.
Waxing Technician / Makeup Artist / Facialist
These services need a skin care specialty license, which expects applicants to complete 600 training hours.
Lash Technician (Lash Extensions, Lash and Brow Tinting)
Spray tanning is a booming industry, and many are interested to learn professional skills for it. New Jersey doesn’t have regulations for this industry, which means individuals can choose where to train for spray tanning.
Lash Technician (Lash Lifts)
Lash lifting is also another service not regulated in the state’s beauty industry. Individuals can learn the skills online to provide a professional lash lifting service.