Kansas Permanent Makeup License Requirements
Last updated: May, 2017
The Kansas Board of Cosmetology is in charge of regulating permanent makeup technicians.
In order to obtain your body art practitioner license you must have:
- 1,200 hours of training, with the training being provided under the direct supervision of a licensed trainer in a licensed establishment as outlined in Kansas Administrative Regulation (K.A.R.) 69-15-2;
- Verification of at least 50 completed procedures for body art services provided by the apprentice during the training by submitting the completed Body Art Apprentice Client Logs.
- An official transcript of your high school graduation or GED
- A government issued photo ID
- The apprentice must provide verification of completion of eight (8) hours of Board approved training in blood borne pathogens and/or infection control in addition to the required infection control subject matter outlined in K.A.R. 69-15-2.
- Pay the $100 fee and fill out the application.
After all of this is submitted, you will be contacted to schedule the State Board exam and pay the exam fee.
To transfer your license from another state:
You must take and pass the Kansas exam and meet the Board’s requirements for licensure. To apply for the examination, complete the out of state examination application and submit the application and the required documentation to the Board office.
Contact the Board:
Kansas Board of Cosmetology
714 SW Jackson, Suite 100
Topeka, KS 66603
Telephone: (785) 296-3155
More information: Kansas Board of Cosmetology