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North Carolina Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners
Sanitation, Safety, and Consumer Protection

Salon License Application

Use this form if you are opening a new salon, changing the location of a salon or taking over ownership of an existing salon.
Directions:
Complete this application prior to opening or taking over ownership of a salon (21 NCAC 14H.0501).
An email confirmation will be sent upon receipt of the application.
Salon construction must be completed, all equipment installed and ready for use on opening date.
A physical inspection will occur during your listed business hours within 30-45 days after the opening or ownership change date.
You will not be notified prior to the inspection. The salon license will arrive approximately 2-3 weeks after the inspection.
Fees are: $25 registration + $10 processing + $3 per chair operating in the salon.
Review Subchapter H .0201-.0505 under Board Rules at Rules and Regulations.
You are responsible for compliance with all Board law, rules and regulations.

Salon Information

Salon Name:  
Opening Date or Date
of ownership change:
Number of Chairs:
Location Address:
Number and Street: City:
Zip: State:
Mailing Address:
Number and Street: City:
Zip: State:
Salon Phone Number: Salon Email:
Salon Work Days
(Check all that apply):
Salon Hours:
Directions/Landmarks:
Salon Type:    

Owner Information

Owner 1 (Required)
   
First Name: Last Name:
Social Security Number: Date of Birth:
Phone: Email:
Number and Street:
City: State: Zip:
Owner 2 (Optional)
   
First Name: Last Name:
Social Security Number: Date of Birth:
Phone: Email:
Number and Street:
City: State: Zip:
I certify that all entered information is correct to the best of my knowledge. I understand if my shop is not ready within thirty (30) days of the stated opening date, I will be required to file a new appplication and repay the application fee. All fees are non-refundable.
 (Your application will not be saved and sent to the board until after you have succesfully made a payment!)
NOTICE TO APPLICANT G.S. 88B-24 — After completion of training and successfully passing the examination, the Board may refuse to license anyone convicted of a felony. G.S. 88B-21(e) — Prior to renewal of a license, a teacher, cosmetologist, esthetician or manicurist shall annually complete eight hours of Board-approved continuing education for each year of the licensing cycle.