ELECTROLOGY - WYOMING

Electrology
IN
Wyoming

If you keep up on trends in the beauty industry, you may notice how permanent hair removal has exploded in popularity in recent years. While getting rid of unwanted body hair has always been a big part of the beauty industry, permanently doing so was not considered mainstream until the very recent future.

This has created a demand for beauty specialists who can use hair removal technology.

State License Requirements
Contact the Board of Medicine
Education Details

Electrolysis is a fairly complicated procedure, so it requires a strong knowledge of skin and hair. Your education may start with the anatomy of the hair and skin. This is often taught at the same time as sanitation and hygiene in a beauty setting. Once you have met these requirements, you may learn how to perform electrolysis on different parts of the body. Your instructors may require you to complete course readings, watch them perform procedures, and try them yourself. Electrolysis programs in Wyoming can give you the knowledge you know to succeed in this field.

License Renewal
Contact the Board of Medicine

Wyoming is one of those states that does not regulate electrology. However, professionals will need to complete the American Electrology Association certification exam. The cost for the exam $275 if you are already a member, and $325 if you’re not. After five years, your certification will expire. At that time you will have to re-pay for re-certification. You should also speak with the AEA about their continuing education programs for electrologists. They can keep you up-to-date with the latest regulations and best practices.

Careers
$55,330
Salary
12.10%*
Job Outlook Increase
Between 2012 - 2022

If you are ready to dedicate your career to skin care, Wyoming is a good place to be. Salaries in this field are significantly higher in Wyoming than the national average. O*Net reports that skin care specialists in Wyoming earn an average salary of $58,400 per year, which is over two times higher than the national average. The job outlook for this field is also very positive. By 2022, job openings are expected to increase by 32% (O*Net, 2012).

Working as an Electrologist

When you start your career as an electrologist, you may be surprised to find that you are a very trusted professional in your customers’ lives. For quite a few clients, excessive hair growth is an embarrassing problem. As the person who can solve it, you may be able to create a strong professional relationship with them. To be successful in this field, you must be able to concentrate on specific tasks for long periods of time. Electrolysis, especially among parts of the body, may take over an hour per appointment. You must be ready to concentrate fully on the task at hand to keep your clients safe.

State board Contact Information

Wyoming Board of Cosmetology
Peter Hansen Building, East Entrance
2515 Warren Ave., Suite 302
Cheynne, WY 82002
Phone Number: 307-777-3534
Fax Number: 307-777-3681
E-mail Address: betty.abernethy@wyo.gov

The Wyoming State Board of Cosmetology can help you with replacing a lost cosmetology license, updating change of name or change of address information, and acquiring out-of-state and other useful forms, as well as answer additional questions about obtaining a Wyoming state cosmetology license.

Beauty care is a thriving industry in Wyoming, where frontier sensibilities blend with
contemporary flair. Electrology is a key component of specialized treatments that
many customers enjoy. For those looking to be laser hair removal specialists there,
these institutions can help.

American Institute of Education
Electrology Institute of N.E.
Rocky Mountain Academy

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