On June 30, 2020, Governor Ron DeSantis signed “The Occupational Freedom and Opportunity Act” (HB 1193) which eliminates unnecessary regulations and reduces barriers to entry for certain professions.
Effective July 1, 2020, the bill removes all licensure requirements for hair braiding, hair wrapping, and body wrapping individuals. Therefore, persons will no longer be required to submit an application for licensure in any of these professions or as an education provider for these professions.
See DBPR Website for more information.
Due to this change, we have removed purchase links from this page.
Looking for a different course?
For barbers and restricted barbers, your 2-hour HIV/AIDS course for obtaining or renewing a license can be found below:
For cosmetologists, nail, facial, and full specialists, your 10-hour renewal course for renewal can found below:
For cosmetologists, nail, facial, and full specialists, your 4-hour renewal HIV/AIDS course for new applicants or null and void applications can found below: