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Connecticut
www.dph.state.ct.us/Licensure/Dept.ofPublicHealthapps/hairbar.pdf
Connecticut Examining Board
410 Capitol Ave. MS #12APP P.O. Box 34030
Hartford, CT
06134
Testing Centers
Greater Hartford area
Cosmetology
Required Hours
1500
Cosmetology
Concepts Tested
Scientific concepts, physical services, manicuring, chemical services, hair designing
Nail Technology
Required Hours
Cosmetician licensure
required - 1500
Nail Technology
Concepts Tested
No license required
Esthetics
Required Hours
Not regulated
Esthetics
Concepts Tested
Not regulated
Electrolysis
Required Hours
600
Electrolysis
Concepts Tested
IBEC
Instructor
Required Hours
Not regulated
Instructor
Concepts Tested
Not regulated
Massage Therapy
Required Hours
500
Massage Therapy
Concepts Tested
Anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, clinical pathology, massage therapy/theory
assessment, ethics
Barber
Required Hours
1500
Barber
Concepts Tested
Shaving, haircutting, sufficient knowledge of common diseases of face to avoid
spreading
Barber Instructor
Required Hours
Not regulated
Barber Instructor
Concepts Tested
Not regulated
Written Provider
Thomson Prometric
Cost of
Written Exam
-
Practical Provider Thomson Prometric
Cost of
Practical Exam
-
Total Exam
Cost when
Combined
Cos, Barber, Esth, Nails - $50,
Electrology - $75, Massage - $300
Areas Tested
on Written Exam
Scientific concepts, physical services, manicuring skills,
chemical services, hair designing
Scientific Concepts
Included in
Written Exam
Sanitation, hair & scalp, nails, skin
Physical Services
Included in
Written Exam
Shampooing, rinsing, scalp and hair care, facials
and makeup
Required
Passing Score
on Written Exam
70%
Cost for Retake
on Written Exam
Cos, Barber, Esth, Nails - $50
Regulations on
Written Retake
No
Practical
Exam Required
Yes
Areas Tested on
Practical Exam
Sanitation and hygiene, anatomy and physiology, chemical procedures, business
and professional relations, hair care and treatment, skin care, facials, makeup,
shaving, manicuring, hair shaping, styling
Mannequin
Required
Yes
Live Model
Required
Yes
Required
Passing Score
for Practical
70%
Cost for Retake
on Practical Exam
Cos, Barber, Esth - $50
Exam Dates
February, April, June, August, October, December
Reciprocity/
Endorsement
With all states that have same minimum requirements
Renewal
Cos, Barber, Esth, Nails - $50, Electrology - $100,
Massage - $200
Source
Connecticut

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