Kansas Board of Cosmetology


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Voluntary Nationwide Recall of A Thousand Virgins Grey wash Tattoo Inks and Tattoo Kits Due to
Microbial Contamination

Notice of Hearing on Proposed Administrative Regulations

A public hearing will be held on August 25, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. in the Kansas Board of Cosmetology Conference room, 714 S.W. Jackson, Suite 100, Topeka, Kansas to consider amendment to the fees charged for cosmetology and body art profession written and practical examinations and the removal of body art mobile facilities as  a type of establishment licensed by the Board.

All interested parties may submit written public comments on the proposed regulations prior to the hearing to Laurel Lowrie, Legal Assistant, Kansas Board of Cosmetology, 714 S.W. Jackson, Suite 100, Topeka, Kansas 66603 or by email to laurel.lowrie@kboc.ks.gov.

The Notice of Hearing, proposed regulations and Economic Impact Statements can be found below:

Notice of Hearing
KAR 69-15-1, 69-15-14, 69-15-30 Proposed Regulations and Economic Impact Statement
KAR 69-11-1 Proposed Regulation and Economic Impact statement


The Board of Cosmetology licenses individuals and
facilities for the following professions

Cosmetology Professions

Cosmetologist Technician
Facilities for the Cosmetology Professions
Instructors for the Cosmetology Professions
Schools for the Cosmetology Professions

Tanning Facilities

Tattoo, Piercing & Cosmetic Professions

Tattoo Artists
Body Piercers
Permanent Cosmetic Technicians
Facilities for the Three Above Listed Professions

You must notify the Board office if you have not received your license within 30 days of the date of your renewal or application submission.
Failure to do so may result in a $25 duplicate license fee

Hair Braiding Outside of Cosmetology Establishment, Infection Control Guidelines for Providers self-test

The mission of the Kansas Board of Cosmetology is to protect the health and safety of the consuming public by licensing qualified individuals and enforcing standards of practice.

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714 SW Jackson, Jayhawk Walk Building, Suite 100, Topeka, Kansas
Phone: (785) 296-3155 * Fax (785) 296-3002 * kboc@kboc.ks.gov
Chiquita C. Coggs, Executive Director