There is an increase in licence and permit fees effective upon renewal for 2024.
Safe Body Art Act
Please note: The Cosmetology Association does not enforce the Safe Body Art Act. For more information regarding the Safe Body Art Act, please contact the Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Climate Change.
To view the Safe Body Art Act click here.
To view its Regulations click here.
Please note: The Cosmetology Association of Nova Scotia does not provide permits for services that fall within the jurisdiction of the Safe Body Art Act.
The Association will, however, offer information during an inspection regarding the Safe Body Art Act to its Members, salons, and spas.
A list of services covered under the Safe Body Art Act are noted below.
- Permanent and Semi-Permanent Make-up