Salon Orange Moon does not offer hair cuts for children 12 years old and younger.
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Due to the passing of Indiana House Bill No. 1172, our ability to offer mini-facials and waxing services will be limited going forward. We still pride ourselves on our commitment towards providing our clients the best possible products and services. To read the bill in question, see below:
HOUSE BILL No. 1172
DIGEST OF HB 1172 (Updated Januar 12,2016 10:29 am – DI 84)
Citations Affected: IC 25-8.
Synopsis: Cosmetology. Adds to the definition of “cosmetology”: (1) removing superfluous hair from the body by the use of depilatories, waxing, or tweezers; (2) shaving or trimming beards and mustaches; and (3) giving facials, applying makeup, and giving skin care. Makes changes to the definition of “manicuring”. Defines “pedicuring” as cleaning, dressing, polishing, sculpting tipping, or wrapping the nails of a person’s foot. Makes certain changes to the requirements to obtain a beauty culture school license. Requires the state board of cosmetology and barber examiners to adopt rules concerning the minimum amount of space, equipment, and supplies for specific courses of study a beauty school offers. Allows the board to adopt rules allowing curriculum offered by a beauty culture school to be delivered within a distance learning environment. Allows an applicant for a cosmetologist license to be at least 17 years of age.
Effective: July 1, 2016.
HB 1172–LS 6968/DI 109