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US State Regulations for Permanent Cosmetic Makeup / Micropigmentation Practitioners

Please note: We provide this information as information and guidelines for educational purposes only. These US state regulation statutes are subject to change and modification and therefore the AAM does not warrant the accuracy or status of either the statutes or regulations and does not constitute legal advise.

US State Regulations for Permanent Cosmetic Makeup / Micropigmentation
http://www.ncsl.org/research/health/tattooing-and-body-piercing.aspx

We recommend that you review your own state regulations/statues for updated information.

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Missouri

Permanent Cosmetics Legislation / Regulation Information

For the most current information visit:
http://pr.mo.gov/tattooing-forms-for-licensure.asp

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the state of Missouri, as follows: No person shall apply permanent cosmetics; use the title of permanent cosmetic practitioner unless he or she has obtained a license from the division. An application for a practitioner license shall be notarized, and accompanied by the appropriate fee and evidence of having successfully completed the following:

• A bloodborne pathogen training program or its equivalent which includes infectious disease control, waste disposal, hand-washing techniques, sterilization equipment operation and methods, and sanitation, disinfection, and sterilization methods and techniques; and
• First aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
• An apprenticeship for a license in permanent cosmetics shall include at least one hundred documented hours of practical experience certified by the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals. The documented work shall be certified and supervised by a currently licensed Missouri practitioner with a minimum of five years' experience and practice in permanent cosmetics. The supervising practitioner shall be present during all procedures performed by the apprentice....[more] http://www.house.mo.gov/billtracking/bills091/biltxt/intro/HB0425I.HTM