19 CRR-NY 160.27NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 19. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
CHAPTER V. DIVISION OF LICENSING SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER A. HAIRDRESSING AND COSMETOLOGY
PART 160. APPEARANCE ENHANCEMENT RULES AND REGULATIONS
19 CRR-NY 160.27
19 CRR-NY 160.27
160.27 Applicability.
Appearance enhancement licensure is not applicable to the following:
(a) Permanent makeup (micropigmentation): The practice of micropigmentation or tattooing. However, should such practice be performed in an appearance enhancement business, the owner and any licensed operator performing such services shall be responsible for the proper sanitation and disinfection and sterilization of all implements according to applicable State and local standards and regulations.
(b) Massage: No appearance enhancement practitioner shall be authorized to practice massage, including manual lymphatic drainage, as defined by section 7801 of the State Education law. Licensed appearance enhancement practitioners may practice light massage of the surface layers of soft tissue for purposes of beautification.
(c) Practice of medicine: No appearance enhancement licensee shall be authorized to diagnose or treat diseases, including diseases of the skin, hair and nails. Such activity is within the practice of medicine. An owner shall not permit the practice of medicine at its business location without appropriate licensure therefor.
(d) Practice of nursing: No appearance enhancement licensee shall be authorized to practice nursing. An owner shall not permit the practice of nursing at its business location without appropriate licensure therefor.
(e) Permanent dyeing: No appearance enhancement licensee shall be authorized or permitted to apply dye of any kind to eyelash or eyebrow hair.
(f) Physician's supervision: The performance of services under the direct supervision of a physician or nurse when performed within the direct employ of and on the premises of a medical facility.
19 CRR-NY 160.27
Current through March 31, 2021
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