"Can I start working immediately after completion of the Microblading workshop?"
One of the most common questions we get from students and prospective students alike, is if they can begin taking clients immediately after the workshop.
Upon completion students will have the necessary skills, and the knowledge needed to start their businesses. However, before you're able to start practicing its best to check with your state's licensing board.
You can find information as well as important phone numbers below. If you still have questions in regards to licensing or anything about our workshops, contact us at 833-GOALS-NY.
Alabama Permanent Cosmetics Legislation & Regulation Information
Department of Health and Human Services
221 State Street
Augusta, ME 04333
Maryland Permanent Cosmetics Legislation & Regulation Information
Maryland has very few State regulations regulating tattoo parlors. The State of Maryland does not require tattoo artists or peircers to be licensed. The regulations that do exist are in COMAR--the Code of Maryland Administrative Regulations.
However, local county and city government are often involved in the regulation of tattooing, please check with your local government for more details.
Massachusetts Permanent Cosmetics Legislation & Regulation Information
Please email them directly if you don’t find the information you are looking for on their web site.
The State Health Division has responsibility as the Health Authority for the other rural and frontier counties. The Health Division does not currently have regulations related to tattooing.
New Hampshire Permanent Cosmetics Legislation & Regulations
New York State Department of Health
Center for Environmental Health Bureau of Community Environmental Health & Food Protection
547 River Street, Room 515
Troy, NY 12180-2216
(518)-402-7600 (800)-458-1158, extension 2-7600
North Carolina Permanent Cosmetics Legislation & Regulation Information
Division of Public Health
Food Safety and Recreational Licensing
1 W Wilson Street, Room 150
Madison WI 53703
Many areas in Wisconsin are regulated by local public health departments rather than the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. If your facility is not in one of the jurisdictions where the State has jurisdiction, then you should contact the Local Public Health Department.
Wyoming Permanent Cosmetics Legislation & Regulation Information