All applications and renewals can be completed online and staff are glad to help answer questions online or via phone. Staff cannot take payments over the phone. The Board office phone number is 919-736-6123. Questions can also be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or submitted via the Chat now option. The Board office is open 9:00am to 4:00pm daily and phone lines are open 8:00am to 4:00pm.
2023 Individual License renewals License renewals can be submitted on time between July 1, 2023 12:00am and October 1, 2023 11:59pm. Licensees that are not exempt or inactive must complete 8 hours of CE per year. The Board offers Free CE for licensees. The Board does not require licensees to take paid courses and cautions licensees against CE course providers that advertise their classes as "mandatory."Licensees can document CE hours as any education earned since the last renewal. Examples of acceptable CE hours would be: learning a new skill from another professional, watching educational videos or tutorials, taking correspondence or online courses, participating in a hands-on class. At least half the education completed must be in the cosmetic art licensure field . Please keep records of the time, date, location (or URL) and a brief description of the educational material so if the licensee is selected for an audit and receives an audit letter the records can be submitted in a timely manner.To renew log in here: https://www.nccosmeticarts.com/userman/useraccounts/login.aspxLate fees are due for any individual renewal submitted October 2 or later.
2023 Shop Renewals Shop licenses expire annually on February 1. Renewals can be submitted online by logging in with the SHOP license number and pin (last four of the file number). December 1-February 1 - is on time February 2- $10 late fee after March 1 - $10 late fee + $25 reinstatement To renew log in here:https://www.nccosmeticarts.com/userman/useraccounts/login.aspx
The Board has no face covering requirements and Governor Cooper's Executive Order 215 lifted statewide mask mandates in May 2021. However masks may be required by local or county government or requested by cosmetic art shop owners for employees and guests. For specifics for your area, contact the local health department. For information about COVID-19 recommendations and other virus related guidance refer to NCDHHS, the Governor's Office, and the CDC.
Lash extension application - To perform lash extension application services an individual must hold either an esthetician license or cosmetology license and be practicing in a licensed cosmetic art shop. GS 88B establishes this requirement in the definitions of esthetics and cosmetology. The Board has a list of licensed schools here: https://www.nccosmeticarts.com/uploads/forms/AllSchoolMailingList.pdf Lash perming - At the Board meeting April 8, 2019 the Board voted to issue a declaratory ruling regarding lash lifting/perming. Click here to read the ruling: Declaratory Ruling - Lash Lifting ProcedureBrow Lamination- At the Board meeting January 6, 2020 the Board voted to issue a declaratory ruling regarding brow lamination. Click here to read the ruling: Declaratory Ruling - Brow Lamination ProcedureEsthetics Scope of Practice - At the Board meeting July 25, 2022 the Board voted to issue a declaratory ruling regarding the esthetics scope of practice. Click here to read the ruling:Declaratory Ruling - Esthetics Scope of Practice
License status can be verified and printed online.