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Idaho
www.ibol.idaho.gov/Coshtm
Idaho Board of Cosmetology
Bureau of Occupational Licenses, Owyhee Pl
1109 Main St. Suite 220
Boise, ID
83702
Testing Centers
Boise
Cosmetology
Required Hours
2000,
apprenticeship 4000
Cosmetology
Concepts Tested
Scientific concepts, physical/chemical services, hair designing
Nail Technology
Required Hours
400,
apprenticeship 800
Nail Technology
Concepts Tested
Scientific concepts, procedures
Esthetics
Required Hours
600,
apprenticeship 1200
Esthetics
Concepts Tested
Scientific concepts, services
Electrolysis
Required Hours
800
Electrolysis
Concepts Tested
Professional practices, scientific concepts, hair removal techniques
Instructor
Required Hours
1 year exp and 6 month
teacher's course; 2-5 years exp
and 3 month teacher's course;
5 years exp in last 7 yrs
immediately preceding the
application
Instructor
Concepts Tested
Professional instruction, classroom management
Massage Therapy
Required Hours
Not regulated
Massage Therapy
Concepts Tested
Not regulated
Barber
Required Hours
Barber stylist - 1800
Barber - 900
Barber
Concepts Tested
Scientific concepts, physical/chemical services, hair designing
Barber Instructor
Required Hours
3 years experience, or 6
month barber teaching course
Barber Instructor
Concepts Tested
Professional instructor, classroom management
Written Provider
NIC
Cost of
Written Exam
-
Practical Provider NIC
Cost of
Practical Exam
-
Total Exam
Cost when
Combined
All - $75; Endorsement $100
Areas Tested
on Written Exam
Scientific concepts, physical/chemical services, hair designing
Scientific Concepts
Included in
Written Exam
Infection control, human physiology, chemical principles
Physical Services
Included in
Written Exam
Shampooing, draping, rinses & conditioners, scalp,
facials, makeup, manicuring
Required
Passing Score
on Written Exam
75%
Cost for Retake
on Written Exam
All - $75
Regulations on
Written Retake
First time - full review of areas of failure, 2nd time -
40 hours additional instruction
Practical
Exam Required
Yes
Areas Tested on
Practical Exam
Thermal curling, hair shaping, chemical waving, lightening & coloring, chemical
relaxing
Mannequin
Required
Yes
Live Model
Required
Esthetics and Electrology only
Required
Passing Score
for Practical
75%
Cost for Retake
on Practical Exam
All - $75; Instr - $100
Exam Dates
Monthly
Reciprocity/
Endorsement
Yes, for states with equal or greater requirements
Renewal
Cos, Nails - $25, Electrology, Esth - $27, All Instr -
$30, expires on birth date
Source
Idaho

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