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4 | AUGUST 2017 | CALIFORNIA STYLIST & SALON |

WWW.CALIFORNIASTYLIST.COM Keeping Sandal Season Safe

You’re busy. It’s summer and sandal season is

in full swing. People have been rushing to your

salon for a pedicure so their feet will look their

best. Now is not the time to take your eyes off the

state’s health and safety regulations. In fact, it’s a

perfect time for a refresher on what makes for a

safe pedicure service. Following these rules will

not only protect your clients from health risks; they

will protect you as well from violations and pos-

sible fines from the Texas Department of Licensing

and Regulation.

Let’s review two of the administrative rules ad-

dressing proper cleaning procedures:

83.106. Health and Safety Standards--Manicure

and Pedicure Services

(a) Cosmetologists and manicurists shall clean

their hands with soap and water or a hand sani-

tizer prior to performing any services.

(b) Cosmetologists and manicurists shall clean

the areas of the client’s body on which the service

is to be administered.

(c) All metal manicure and pedicure tools shall

be properly cleaned, disinfected and sterilized or

sanitized prior to each service, in accordance with

this chapter, regardless of the tool’s multiuse for

only a single client or for multiple clients.

(d) After each client, the following implements

shall be cleaned, disinfected and sterilized or sani-

tized in accordance with the rule: metal pusher

and files, cuticle nipper and scissors, metal twee-

zers, finger and toe nail clippers, and electric drill

bits.

(e) The following implements are single-use

TDLR Program News

Barber Advisory Board:

Linda G. Connor, Presiding Officer

Michelle Narlo, Jennifer Grisham,

Ronald Brown, James Bowens

Cosmetology Advisory Board:

Glenda Jemison, Presiding Officer

Aleshia Rivera, Ron Robinson,

Marisela Higgins, Vanessa Robbins, Claudia Avalos,

Natalie Caballero, Cora Lee Walters

Anthony Anderson,

Diane Salazar,

(512) 463-6599 or 1-800-803-9202

www.tdlr.texas.gov COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM

P.O. Box 12157 Austin, Texas 78711

cs

.cosmetologists@license.state.tx.us

BARBER PROGRAM

P.O. Box 12157 Austin, Texas 78711

cs

.barbers@license.state.tx.us

TheTexas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) does not endorse this publication or any article, advertisement, product or service contained in it.

Texas Cosmetology & Barber News

Cosmetology - Shear Numbers

Operators . . . . . . . 142,811

Manicurists . . . . . . . 45,566

Estheticians . . . . . . . 20,340

Eyelash Extension Specialty 750

Hair Weavers . . . . . . . . 164

Wig Specialists . . . . . . . . 15

Operator Instructors . . . . 5,516

Manicure Instructors . . . . . 75

Esthetician Instructors . . . . 205

Wig Instructors . . . . . . . . 2

Students . . . . . . . . . 21,086

Schools 442

Salons 19,902

Mini-Salons . . . . . . . 10,628

Manicure Salons . . . . . . . 734

Esthetician Specialty Salons 1,545

Eyelash Extension Salon . . . 232

Esthetic/Manicure

Specialty Salons . . . . . . 5,994

Hair Weaving Salon . . . . . . 58

Wig Salons 36

Dual Shop/Salon 4,243*

Mini-Dual Shop/Salon . . . . 423*

* Dual number also listed in barber statistics

Barber - Shear Numbers

Barbers . . . . . . . . . 16,447

Barber Manicurists 293

Barber Technicians 15

Barber Hair Weaving Specialist . 11

Barber Shops . . . . . . . 3,548

Mini-Barbershop 414

Mini-Dual Shop/Salon . . . . 423*

Dual Shop/Salon 4,243*

Mobile Barber Shop 16

Barber Manicure Shops 59

Barber Hair Weaving Shops . . . 5

Barber Instructors . . . . . . 440

Students . . . . . . . . . 2,868

Schools 82

* Dual shop/salon also listed in cosmetology

statistics