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South Carolina
http://www.llr.state.sc.us/POL/cosmetology/index.asp?file=FEES.HTM,
Phone: 803-896-4300
South Carolina Department of Labor,
Licensing & Regulation
Synergy Business Park, Kingstree Building
110 Centerview Drive
Columbia, SC
29210
Testing Centers
International Service Center, Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc., International Consultants of Delaware, Inc.
Cosmetology
Required Hours
1500
Cosmetology
Concepts Tested
Scientific, public relations, practical
Nail Technology
Required Hours
300
Nail Technology
Concepts Tested
Sanitation, safety, anatomy, physiology, manicure
Esthetics
Required Hours
450
Esthetics
Concepts Tested
Professional, sciences, facial, hair removal, makeup
Electrolysis
Required Hours
Not regulated
Electrolysis
Concepts Tested
Not regulated
Instructor
Required Hours
45-hour method program,
2 years' experience
Instructor
Concepts Tested
Basic teaching, counseling, lesson plans, laws
Massage Therapy
Required Hours
Not regulated
Massage Therapy
Concepts Tested
Not regulated
Barber
Required Hours
1500-1920
Barber
Concepts Tested
Same as Cos
Barber Instructor
Required Hours
Not regulated
Barber Instructor
Concepts Tested
Not regulated
Written Provider
NIC
Cost of
Written Exam
Cos, Esth, Nails - $55, Instr -
$80
Practical Provider PCS
Cost of
Practical Exam
Cos, Esth, Nails - $70,
Instr - $100
Total Exam
Cost when
Combined
Barber - $140 (Exam and License)
Barber Instr - $185 (Exam and License)
Areas Tested
on Written Exam
Scientific, physical, chemical, hair designing
Scientific Concepts
Included in
Written Exam
Infection, human physiology, chemical, principles, hair and
scalp and nails
Physical Services
Included in
Written Exam
Shampooing, draping, rinsing, conditioners, scalp
and facials
Required
Passing Score
on Written Exam
70%
Cost for Retake
on Written Exam
$25
Regulations on
Written Retake
No
Practical
Exam Required
Yes
Areas Tested on
Practical Exam
Thermal curling, hair shaping, chemical waving, hair lightening, coloring and
chemical relaxing
Mannequin
Required
Yes (Mannequin or live model) Live Model
Required
Yes (Mannequin or live model)
Required
Passing Score
for Practical
75%
Cost for Retake
on Practical Exam
All - $25
Exam Dates
First and 3rd Monday of each month
Reciprocity/
Endorsement
Yes, with $60 and same requirements as South Carolina
Renewal
Barber - $80, Esth - $30, Nails - $30, Barber Instr -
$120, Cos Instr - $60, expires on March 10
Source
South Carolina

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