Yes, swinging trash can lids are allowed.
These are all considered to be a part of the scope of services for Cosmetology. Eyebrow threading, eyelash extensions, and makeup may be performed by a licensed Cosmetologist or Esthetician in a licensed Salon. NOTE: It is a violation to practice without a license. Anyone found to be doing so will be subject to disciplinary action.
Time spent shadowing practitioners in the field SHALL NOT count towards the unassigned/open clock hours. The unassigned/open clock hours are to be spent on a student’s needs in theory, skill, or practical.
You have the right to seek the advice of an attorney on disciplinary matters at your expense.
An Administrative Hearing is a trial-like proceeding before the Board or an administrative law judge. As in a trial, evidence is offered and testimony is given. Unlike a trial, an Administrative Hearing is often shorter in duration, and more informal. The Mississippi Rules of Civil Procedure do not apply to Administrative Hearings.
Yes, the statute of limitations is not applicable to actions of the Board of Cosmetology. Please note that all violations must be paid before a license can be renewed.
A consent agreement is an agreement or settlement to resolve a dispute between two parties. In this instance, the Board and the license holder are entering into an agreement to settle the violations found by the inspector.
Work permits are issued and mailed to the salon address within two (2) weeks and are non-transferrable to another salon.