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I. LICENSE BY RECIPROCITY
A. Cosmetology License by Reciprocity Application Requirements


  • At least 18 years of age

  • Completed tenth grade education or equivalent

  • Photo

  • Original License Certification from the state(s) you are currently licensed in. (if from a foreign country, must include an English translation of the documents)

  • Other jurisdiction must require 1500 hours of education. If not, one (1) year of licensed practice is equal to one hundred (100) hours of education to an applicant who has completed a minimum of 1000 hours of education.

  • Other jurisdiction must require at least 70% passing on the written and practical exams

  • Foreign applicants only: High school diploma or record of last year attended and cosmetology school diploma.

  • If you have been convicted of a crime, you must filed documents indicating the conviction record along with any probationary status including when probation is expected to be released or has been released.

  • Application/license fee of $40



B. Manicurist License by Reciprocity Application Requirements


  • At least 18 years of age

  • Completed eighth grade education or equivalent

  • Photo

  • Original License Certification from the state(s) you are currently licensed in. (if from a foreign country, must include an English translation of the documents)

  • Your jurisdiction must require four hundred fifty (450) manicurist education hours in a cosmetology school. If not, one of the following would also qualify:

1) Licensed for LESS THAN 20 years; one (1) year of licensed experience is equal to one hundred (100)

hours of education to an applicant who has completed a minimum of 300 hours of education.

2) Licensed for MORE THAN 20 years; one (1) year of licensed experience is equal to one hundred (100)



hours of education to an applicant who has completed a minimum of 100 hours of education.


  • Your jurisdiction must require at least 70% passing on the written and practical exams

  • Foreign applicants only: High school diploma or record of last year attended and cosmetology school diploma.

  • If you have been convicted of a crime, you must filed documents indicating the conviction record along with any probationary status including when probation is expected to be released or has been released.

  • Application/license fee of $40


C. Esthetician License by Reciprocity Application Requirements


  • At least 18 years of age

  • Completed tenth grade education or equivalent

  • Photo

  • Original License Certification from the state(s) you are currently licensed in. (if from a foreign country, must include an English translation of the documents)

  • Your jurisdiction must require 700 esthetician education hours in a cosmetology school or one (1) year of licensed practice is equal to 100 hours of education to an applicant who has completed a minimum of 400 hours of education.

  • Your jurisdiction must require at least 70% passing on the written and practical exams

  • Foreign applicants only: High school diploma or record of last year attended and cosmetology school diploma.

  • If you have been convicted of a crime, you must filed documents indicating the conviction record along with any probationary status including when probation is expected to be released or has been released.

  • Application/license fee of $40


D. Electrology License by Reciprocity Application Requirements


  • At least 18 years of age

  • Must hold a valid Indiana cosmetology license or Indiana esthetician license

  • Completed tenth grade education or equivalent

  • Photo

  • Original License Certification from the state(s) you are currently licensed in. (if from a foreign country, must include an English translation of the documents)

  • Your jurisdiction must require 300 electrology education hours in a cosmetology school or one (1) year of licensed practice is equal to 100 hours of education to an applicant who has completed a minimum of 200 hours of education.

  • Your jurisdiction must require at least 70% passing on the written and practical exams

  • Foreign applicants only: High school diploma or record of last year attended and cosmetology school diploma.

  • If you have been convicted of a crime, you must filed documents indicating the conviction record along with any probationary status including when probation is expected to be released or has been released.

  • Application/license fee of $40



E. Beauty Culture Instructor License by Reciprocity Application Requirements (Part I and Part II)



  • Once licensed as a Beauty Culture Instructor you may teach any subject as long as they meet the

experience requirement for that subject. No further notification to the board is required.


  • NO TEMPORARY PERMIT AVAILABLE.

  • Written law exam is required upon approval of the application. No exam fee will be required.


Part I. General requirements


  • At least 18 years of age

  • Graduated from high school or equivalent of a high school education

  • Photo

  • Original License Certification from the state(s) you are currently licensed in. (if from a foreign country, must include an English translation of the documents)

  • Their jurisdiction must require 1000 instructor education hours in a cosmetology school or one (1) year of licensed practice is equal to 100 hours of education to an applicant who has completed a minimum of 700 hours of education.

  • Their jurisdiction must require at least 70% passing on the written and practical exams

  • Foreign applicants only: High school diploma or record of last year attended and cosmetology school diploma.

  • If you have been convicted of a crime, you must filed documents indicating the conviction record along with any probationary status including when probation is expected to be released or has been released.

  • Application/license fee of $40



Part II. Experience requirement (Must meet at least one type below for issuance)


  • To Teach Cosmetology: Hold a valid Indiana cosmetology license and practiced for six months or hold a valid Indiana cosmetology license and prove six months cosmetology experience out of state.




  • To Teach Manicuring: Hold a valid Indiana manicurist or cosmetology license and practiced for six months or hold a valid Indiana manicurist or cosmetology license and prove six months MANICURING experience out of state.




  • To Teach Esthetics: Hold a valid Indiana esthetician license and practiced for six months or hold a valid Indiana esthetician license and prove six months experience out of state.




  • To Teach Electrology: Hold a valid Indiana electrology license and practiced electrology for at least six months or hold a valid Indiana electrology license and prove six months of electrology experience out of state.


F. Barber License by Reciprocity Application Requirements


  • At least 18 years of age; or 17 years of age and is a graduate of high school

  • Photo

  • Original License Certification from the state(s) you are currently licensed in. (if from a foreign country, must include an English translation of the documents)

  • Their jurisdiction must require 1500 hours of education or one (1) year of licensed practice is equal to one hundred (100) hours of education to an applicant who has completed a minimum of one thousand (1000) hours of education.

  • Their jurisdiction must require at least 75% passing on the written and practical exams

  • Application/License fee ($40)

No exam required. License is issued upon approval.


G. Barber Instructor License by Reciprocity Application Requirements


  • Holds and Indiana barber license

  • Has graduated high school or equivalence

  • Photo

  • Original License Certification from the state(s) you are currently licensed in. (if from a foreign country, must include an English translation of the documents)

  • Their jurisdiction must require 900 hours of instructor education

  • Their jurisdiction must require at least 75% passing on the written and practical exams

  • Application/License fee ($40)

No exam required. License is issued upon approval. (NO TEMPORARY PERMIT AVAILABLE. SEE TEMPORARY PERMIT SECTION)



II. PROVISIONAL LICENSE:
IC 25-8-4-2.9 and IC 25-8-12.5-8 indicate the board may issue a PROVISIONAL LICENSE for those that come from a jurisdiction that does not issue a license. It does not indicate “shall” so it is completely up to the board. (NO TEMPRARY PERMIT AVAILABLE)


  • File the Application for Beauty Culture Professional Provisional License (found in the cosmetology license application section of the website. Use this application and write in “barber” as the license type)

  • Copy of Social Security Card

  • Education transcript (if from a foreign country, must include an English translation of the documents)

  • Proof of experience, such as proof of salon employment in their country or origin if they are able

  • Must have a supervising licensee that will oversee their practice in Indiana

  • If you have been convicted of a crime, you must filed documents indicating the conviction record along with any probationary status including when probation is expected to be released or has been released.

  • Application/license fee of $40

  • Board must consider the application. Staff cannot issue without board approval.

No exam required. License is issued upon approval.


III. TRANSFER HOURS FROM AN OUT OF STATE SCHOOL TO AN INDIANA SCHOOL:
*If the board denies a provisional license, the applicant can follow the chart below to transfer their hours to an Indiana school and take our exam. (Every license but Electrology)

Indiana cosmetology schools MAY accept education hours for COSMETOLOGIST, MANICURIST, ESTHETICIAN, and INSTRUCTOR students transferring from an out of state cosmetology school providing the Indiana cosmetology school verifies the student’s previous education, such as maintaining a record of a detailed transcript from the non-licensed school. It will be the Indiana cosmetology school’s responsibility to determine the number of additional hours/subject matter needed to complete the Indiana requirements. The student must complete the Indiana specific course work in the Indiana cosmetology school regardless of the number of hours completed in the non-licensed school. (SEE HOURS BELOW)

Once the student completes the necessary Indiana specific hours as outlined below along with any other course work/hours as determined by the Indiana cosmetology school, the Indiana cosmetology school may verify the total number of hours required for that license type, including the non-licensed school hours, on an examination application to be filed with the board.
Indiana specific hours in theory and demonstration practice:
COSMETOLOGY & MANICURIST: Sanitation, 40

Statutes and Rules, 10



ESTHETICIAN: Bacteriology, Sterilization, and Sanitation, 35

(20 of which shall be in actual practice)

Statutes and Rules, 10
BEAUTY CULTURE INSTRUCTOR: School administration, which includes Record keeping

and Law and Rules, 50 (20 of which shall be in

actual practice) With the 7/1/07 statute change, any type of instructor can transfer hours from another cosmetology school.
Pursuant to the statutes and rules, a licensed cosmetology school may NOT accept education hours for ELECTROLOGIST students from an out of state cosmetology school. Individuals with Electrologist education from an out of state cosmetology school must complete the entire course in a licensed school to be eligible to sit for the state examination and become licensed in Indiana.
820 IAC 4-1-5(d)&(e): This rule applies to the date of enrollment in an Indiana cosmetology school, therefore someone transferring hours from an out of state cosmetology school to and Indiana cosmetology school would start the 3 year clock the date they enroll in the INDIANA school.

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