Georgia Licensing Overview for Manicurists and Nail Technicians
Licensing for manicurists and nail technicians in Georgia is controlled by the Georgia Board of Cosmetology.
General Guidelines for Manicurists and Nail Technicians in Georgia
Specific requirements to perform manicurists and nail technicians services can generally be used as a guideline, but make sure to check with your local governing rules and regulations.
Who’s allowed to perform these services?
Requirements and license preparation for manicurists and nail technicians
You must complete a manicurist program of 525 hours over a minimum of four (4) months. Programs such as these include courses in the following theoretical and practical subjects:
Skin Diseases and Disorders
Nail Structure and Growth
Nail Product and Chemistry
General Anatomy and Physiology
State Board Preparation
Georgia Rules and Regulations
UV Gel Nails and Acrylic Powder Dip
Manicuring – Parrafin, Spa, French
American and Gel Polish
Warm Stone Treatments
Nail Art and Airbrush Art
Wraps, Silk, and Fiberglass
Artificial Nails odorless Acrylic Sculptured Nails
Therapy—French and American
What’s the state licensing site for manicurists and nail technicians?
What are some training programs available for manicurists and nail technicians?
How long is a license good for and when do I need to renew?
Renew your license on August 31 on each odd-numbered year
What are fees associated with licensing?
For fees, licensing duration and renewal details check with local governing body.