The Beauty Industry

The Future of the Beauty Industry Coalition brings together — licensed stylists, salon owners, manufacturers, distributors, publishers, students and schools — in order to build a stronger industry.

1. Unite The Industry

The Future of the Beauty Industry Coalition brings together — licensed stylists, salon owners, manufacturers, distributors, students and schools — in order to build a stronger industry.

2. Protect The Industry

The Future of the Beauty Industry Coalition brings together — licensed stylists, salon owners, manufacturers, distributors, students and schools — in order to build a stronger industry.

3. Elevate The Industry

The Future of the Beauty Industry Coalition brings together — licensed stylists, salon owners, manufacturers, distributors, students and schools — in order to build a stronger industry.

The Beauty Industry

The beauty industry embraces progress.

The beauty industry is being targeted by the federal government and state regulators to make changes to streamline the entry process to our profession. The industry must come together with one voice to enact change; if we fail to advocate for our industry, the result could lead to deregulation of our license, which will negatively affect our students, business owners, and consumers.

Together as cosmetologists, students, salon owners, manufacturers, distributors, and cosmetology schools, we believe deregulation will harm the industry’s commitment to educating students about proper health and sanitation standards. This will place consumers at risk and jeopardize their safety.

Common, sensible licensing standards are crucial to sustainable growth for our industry and protecting public safety. Together, we will build a stronger future for our industry and continue to support accountability and licensing of our professionals.

1. Unite The Industry

“If our industry was deregulated… it would leave thousands with no solution to get out of student debt, risk the safety of the public, and establish a second-class environment for present industry professionals.”

Blair Maze, Cosmetologist, Austin, TX

2. Protect The Industry

“Streamlining hours across state lines will not diminish the quality of our industry, deregulation would. I just started my cosmetics company and plan to grow that along with my client base in the salons. I also have dreams of opening my own cosmetology academy. License mobility is key for students, and if I want to take my business to the next level.”

Leslie Perry, Esthetician, Bridgeport, MI

3. Elevate The Industry

“As a salon owner and instructor, I believe continuing education pushes both salons and professionals to grow in knowledge of business, sanitation and new technologies. Deregulation is giving up instead of finding valuable solutions that can help the consumer and professional.”

Corey Bakon, Master Barber/Stylist and National Educator JPMS, Worcester, Massachusetts.