No Cash Accepted
The Board of Cosmetology and The Board of Barbers are no longer able to accept cash payments. We can still accept personal checks, money orders, cashier checks, and debit or credit cards.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
Salon Renewal Reminder
All Salon licenses are due by December 31, 2017
You can renew online
Mail your renewal application and fee to the Board office.
Per Wyoming Law, Chapter 10 - Infection Control
Important Reminder -
The Board office has received numerous complaints regarding animals in the Salon. As a reminder, per the Wyoming Rules and Regulations:
Chapter 10, Section 4 (d)
This applies to Owners, Employees, and Clients.
It has come to the attention of our inspectors that the Barbicide Jar on the stations are not being used within the states infection control polices, or manufacturer's directions. First note that Wyoming Rules and Regulations do not require you to use these Jar’s on your station, but if you choose to the following procedures must be followed:
You may use the jar’s empty and place combs and other tools in the jar until you are able to follow the steps above, or soapy water could be used. If you are going to put disinfectant in the jar all items must be cleaned prior and the disinfectant must be mixed and changed according to manufacturer’s directions.
Independent Contractor Inspection Sheets
All independent contractors should have an inspection sheet completed and signed both by the licensee and the salon owner. It is the salon owner's responsibility to have a inspection sheet on the premises for each contractor. The inspection sheet will aid the inspectors if a contractor is not available during an inspection.
90 Day Grace Period
Working on a expired or lapsed license is considered non-licensed practice. Any grace period associated with a license is to delay late fee, and does not continue the license.
Infection Control Standards for Pedicure Spas
After each client or service:
Clean the tub according to manufacturer’s instructions. Take special care to remove all film, especially at the water line. Rinse tub well;
Fill tub with water, add appropriate disinfectant into the water according to the following;
At minimum use an EPA registered, bactericidal, virucidal, fungicidal, and pseudomonacidal (formulated for hospitals) disinfectant that is mixed and used according to the manufacturer’s directions;
If tub has come in contact with blood or body fluids, at minimum use an EPA registered disinfectant that is effective against HIV-1 and human hepatitis B virus or tuberculocidal that has been mixed and used according to the manufacturer’s directions; and
Allow the disinfectant to stand for non-circulating tubs or circulate for circulating tubs for the time specified according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
At the end of the day remove all parts (filters, screens drains, jets, etc.) Clean and disinfect the removable parts as follows:
Scrub with brush and soap or detergent until free from debris;
Completely immerse in an EPA registered, bactericidal, virucidal, fungicidal, and pseudomonacidal (formulated for hospitals) disinfectant that is mixed and used according to the manufacturer’s directions;
Air dry; and
Replace the disinfected parts into the tubs or store them in a disinfected, dry, covered container that is isolated from contaminants.