June 11, 2021
“Today, we are lifting the final restrictions put in place to keep
our people safe during this once-in-a-lifetime global pandemic,” said Gov.
Things appear to be back to normal, however, you may continue to
practice any protocols you find useful, but are no longer required to. This has
been a difficult time for everyone, we appreciate your patience and
Kentucky Board of Barbering
May 17, 2021
Chairman of the Kentucky Board of Barbering I feel it is important to note that The Kentucky Board
of Barbering and the Kentucky Board of Cosmetology are two individual
government boards charged with the regulation of two separate and unique groups
of professionals. In no way do I speak on behalf of the Kentucky Board of
Kentucky Board of Barbering we are very concerned with the health and safety of
the consumers who seek the services of professional Barbers and the Barbers
themselves. In fact, we have statutes and regulations requiring certain
sanitary standards that far surpass that of similar professions and it has
always been the mission of the Kentucky Board of Barbering to enforce those
high standards among our licensees.
CDC and the Governor’s office revisit guidelines relative to masks and other
responses to the COVID19 virus we encourage Barber Shops to follow the guidance
from those officials. However, the Kentucky Board of Barbering will be
enforcing State Statutes and Regulations exclusively.
encourage Barbers and their patrons to make the decisions they feel most
comfortable with regarding their health and the operation of their business so
long as those decisions are in keeping with State Statutes, Barber Board
Regulations and guidance from the CDC and Governor’s Office.
Board of Barbering
May 14, 2021
Yesterday May 13, 2021 the Governor issued an Executive Order reducing the requirements for face coverings. The Board is meeting on Monday May 17, 2021 to decide on their official position, that will be placed on our website after 2 p.m.
EO 2021-326 Mask mandates.pdf
May 12, 2021
The Healthy At Work requirements have been updated to allow shops to operate at up to 60% capacity. Waiting areas are allowed under these guidelines and long as theyare spaced 6 feet apart. You must not allow additional persons to accompany any customer unless that customer is a dependent or requires additional assistance or oversight.
April 19, 2021 MinimumRequirements.pdf
Renewals will begin on June 1; you may begin to mail renewals to our office after May 15, 2021. The online renewal portal will be available starting on June 1, 2021.