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Chapter 240-7 CROSS-OVER LICENSING

Rule 240-7-.01 Cross-Over Licensing Requirements for a Master Barber to Become a Master Cosmetologist

In order to be licensed as a master cosmetologist, a person licensed as a master barber must pass the master cosmetologist examination. Before taking the examination, a master barber must submit proof of successfully completing a total of at least 300 credit hours of training in a board approved cosmetology school in the following subjects:

(a) Hairstyling = (25) - (25 credit hours):
1. marcel iron and comb-out - (10 credit hours required - ½ credit hours for 20 applications);
2. fingerwaves - (10 credit hours required - ½ credit hour for 20 applications);
3. pincurls - (5 credit hours required - ½ credit hour for 10 application);
4. hair designing (47.5 credit hours)
(i) braiding (15 credit hours required - 1 service application hour/15 applications)
(ii) extensions and weaving (20 credit hours required - 2 service application hours/10 applications
(iii) twist/locks (12.5 - ½ service application hour/25 applications
(b) Nail care = (180) - (35 credit hours and applications are to apply to full sets only):
1. manicures, pedicures, and nail sculpting = (90) - (90 service application hours);
2. manicures with hand and forearm massage - (25 service credit hours/25 applications);
3. pedicures with foot and leg massage - (20 service application hours/20 applications);
4. nail sculpting - (45 service application hours/15 applications).
(c) Skin care = (42.5) - 10 credit hours comprised of 1 credit hour per application or facial given.
1. make-up applications - (10 service application hours/10 applications);
2. brow and lash tint - (2.5 service application hours/5 applications);
3. color accent - (5 service application hours/10 applications);
4. camouflage make-up - (5 service application hours/5 applications);
5. eye lash tabbing and strips - (4 service application hours/8 applications).
6. individual eye lash extensions (medical grade adhesive) - (11 service application hours/22 applications)
7. hair removal, waxing, threading and tweezing - (5 service application hour/10 applications);
(d) Health, safety and sanitation (5) - (5 service application hours/5 applications);
1. implements (brushes, combs, shears, clippers, flat irons, curling irons, nail and skin care implements) - (1 service application hour/2 applications);
2. pedicure spa bowls, portable or fixed plumbing - (1 service application hour/2 applications);
3. waxing and hair removal stations (1 service application/4 applications)
4. manicure stations - (1 service application hour/2 applications)
5. state laws and board rules - (1 service application hour/2 applications)

Rule 240-7-.02 Cross-Over Licensing Requirements for a Master Cosmetologist to Become a Master Barber

In order to be licensed as a master barber, a person licensed as a master cosmetologist must pass the master barber examination. Before taking the examination, a master cosmetologist must submit proof of successfully complete a total of 300 credit hours of training in a board approved cosmetology school in the following subjects:

(a) Theory - 60 hours;
(b) Hairstyling techniques and clipper cutting - 115 hours = 230 applications;
(c) Shaving and trimming beards - 50 hours = 30 hours shaving=60 applications/20 trims = 60 applications;
(d) Additional Instructions - 75 hours.