2005 Idaho Code - 54-802 — DEFINITIONS

                                  TITLE  54
                    PROFESSIONS, VOCATIONS, AND BUSINESSES
                                  CHAPTER 8
                                 COSMETICIANS
    54-802.  DEFINITIONS. For the purpose of this chapter, the following
definitions shall apply:
    (1)  "Cosmetology" shall constitute any one (1) or combination of the
following practices when done upon the human body for cosmetic purposes and
not for the treatment of disease or physical or mental ailments:
    (a)  Cutting, trimming, arranging, dressing, curling, waving by any
    method, cleansing, singeing, bleaching, coloring, or similar work upon the
    hair.
    (b)  Applying cosmetic preparations, antiseptics, tonics, lotions or
    creams, or massaging, cleansing, exercising, beautifying, or similar
    applications or work upon the scalp, face, neck, arms, hands, busts, or
    other parts of the body.
    (c)  Manicuring, pedicuring the nails, and the application of artificial
    nails.
    (2)  "Registered cosmetologist" shall mean any person licensed to practice
cosmetology.
    (3)  "Nail technology" shall constitute any one (1) or more of the
following practices when done upon the human body:
    (a)  Manicuring, pedicuring the nails, and the application of all forms of
    artificial nails.
    (b)  Massage of the hands and feet.
    (4)  "Nail technician" shall mean any licensed person whose practice of
cosmetology is limited to nail technology.
    (5)  "Nail technology instructor" shall mean a nail technologist who is
licensed to teach nail technology or any practice thereof in a school of
cosmetology.
    (6)  "Apprentice" shall mean any person registered with the board to
engage in the learning or acquiring of any or all of the practices of
cosmetology in a licensed cosmetological establishment, and while so learning
performs or assists in any of the practices of cosmetology.
    (7)  "Student" shall mean any person registered with the board to engage
in the learning or acquiring of any or all of the practices of cosmetology in
a licensed school of cosmetology, and while so learning performs or assists in
any of the practices of cosmetology.
    (8)  "Instructor" shall mean a cosmetologist who is licensed to teach
cosmetology or any practices thereof in a school of cosmetology, school or
college of barbering,  or cosmetology establishment meeting the requirements
for apprenticeship training.
    (9)  "Student instructor" shall mean a cosmetologist who is registered
with the board in a school of cosmetology to receive training to teach
cosmetology.
    (10) "Cosmetological establishment" shall mean any licensed place or part
thereof other than a school of cosmetology wherein cosmetology is practiced.
    (11) "School of cosmetology" shall mean any licensed place or part thereof
wherein cosmetology is taught to students.
    (12) "Board" means the Idaho board of cosmetology.
    (13) "Department" means the Idaho department of self-governing agencies.
    (14) "Chapter" as used in this act refers to chapter 8, title 54, Idaho
Code.
    (15) "Electrologist" means any person licensed to practice electrology and
who is skilled in the permanent removal of unwanted hair.
    (16) "Electrolysis or electrology" means the permanent removal of hair by
destroying the hair producing cells of the skin and vascular system using
equipment and devices approved by and registered with the United States food
and drug administration.
    (17) "Esthetics" shall constitute any one (1) or combination of the
following practices when done on the human body:
    (a)  Applying cosmetic preparations, antiseptics, tonics, lotions or
    creams, or massaging, cleansing, exercising, beautifying or similar
    applications of work to the human body.
    (b)  Nonpermanent hair removal by tweezing or waxing.
    (18) "Esthetician" means any person licensed to practice esthetics.
    (19) "Esthetics instructor" shall mean an esthetician who is licensed to
teach esthetics or any practice thereof in a school of cosmetology approved to
teach esthetics.
    (20) "Electrologist instructor" shall mean an electrologist who is
licensed to teach electrology or any practices thereof in a school of
cosmetology approved to teach electrology.
    (21) "Student electrologist instructor" shall mean an electrologist who is
registered with the board in a school of cosmetology approved to teach
electrology to receive training to teach electrology.
    (22) "Makeover or glamour photography business" means any business engaged
in the offering of photographic services to the general public and whose
employees engage in the facial application of cosmetic products or the
arranging of the hair of customers in connection with the sale, or attempted
sale, of photographic services.
    (23) "Retail cosmetics dealer" means a fixed retail business which offers
cosmetic products for sale at retail to members of the general public and
whose employees engage in the facial application of cosmetic products to
customers in connection with the sale, or attempted sale, of the products
without compensation from the customer other than the regular price of the
merchandise.
    (24) "Demonstration, competition or production" means an organized event
of limited duration where cosmetology services may be performed, if sponsored
by a salon, school of cosmetology or cosmetology-related organization.
    (25) "Haircutting" means cutting, trimming, arranging, dressing, curling,
cleansing, singeing or similar work upon the hair.
    (26) "Haircutter" means any licensed person whose practice of cosmetology
is limited to haircutting.

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