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Georgia State Code
Title      43
Chapter      10  
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Title 43, Chapter 10, Section 1 (43-10-1)

As used in this chapter, the term:

(1) "Beautician" means "cosmetologist" as such term is defined in this Code section.

(2) "Beauty shop" or "beauty salon" means any premises where one or more persons engage in the occupation of cosmetology.

(3) "Board" means the State Board of Cosmetology.

(4) "Cosmetologist" means any person who performs any one or more of the following services for compensation:

(A) Cuts or dresses the hair;

(B) Gives facial or scalp massage or facial and scalp treatment with oils or creams and other preparations made for this purpose, either by hand or mechanical appliance;

(C) Singes and shampoos the hair, dyes the hair, or does permanent waving of the hair;

(D) Braids the hair by hairweaving; interlocking; twisting; plaiting; wrapping by hand, chemical, or mechanical devices; or using any natural or synthetic fiber for extensions to the hair;

(E) Performs nail care, pedicure, or manicuring services as defined in paragraph (6) of this Code section; or

(F) Performs the services of an esthetician as defined in paragraph (5) of this Code section.

Such person shall be considered as practicing the occupation of a cosmetologist within the meaning of this Code section.

(5) "Esthetician" or "esthetics operator" means a person who, for compensation, engages in any one or a combination of the following practices, esthetics, or cosmetic skin care:

(A) Massaging the face or neck of a person;

(B) Trimming eyebrows;

(C) Dyeing eyelashes or eyebrows; or

(D) Waxing, stimulating, cleansing, or beautifying the face, neck, arms, or legs of a person by any method with the aid of the hands or any mechanical or electrical apparatus or by the use of a cosmetic preparation.

Such practices of esthetics shall not include the diagnosis, treatment, or therapy of any dermatological condition.

(6) "Master cosmetologist" means a cosmetologist who is possessed of the requisite skill and knowledge to perform properly all the services mentioned in paragraph (4) of this Code section for compensation. (7) "Nail technician" means a person who, for compensation, trims, files, shapes, decorates, applies sculptured or otherwise artificial nails, or in any way cares for the nails of another person.

(8) "School of cosmetology" means any establishment that receives compensation for training more than one person in the occupation of cosmetology as defined in paragraph (4) of this Code section. Technical colleges whose programs have been approved by the Department of Technical and Adult Education or the Department of Education are not "schools of cosmetology" within the meaning of this chapter; provided, however, that all such colleges and their programs shall be considered to be "board approved."

(9) "School of esthetics" means any establishment that receives compensation for training more than one person in the occupation of esthetics as defined in paragraph (5) of this Code section. Technical colleges whose programs have been approved by the Department of Technical and Adult Education or the Department of Education are not "schools of esthetics" within the meaning of this chapter; provided, however, that all such colleges and their programs shall be considered to be "board approved."

(10) "School of nail care" means any establishment that receives compensation for training more than one person in the occupation of nail care or manicuring as defined in paragraph (6) of this Code section. Technical colleges whose programs have been approved by the Department of Technical and Adult Education or the Department of Education are not "schools of nail care" within the meaning of this chapter; provided, however, that all such colleges and their programs shall be considered to be "board approved."

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