SALON MANAGEMENT - NEVADA

Salon Management
IN
Nevada

Salons and spas rely on the work of their dedicated employees, whether they serve five customers a day or 500 customers per day.

Management is part of any great salon team, often managing staff, maintaining high standards with employees, and making sure that customers leave happy.

State License Requirements
N/A

In Nevada, you can become licensed as a salon supervisor. You must be licensed in whichever type of cosmetology work you want to supervise. Supervision is required for cosmetology, nail technology, electrology, esthetics, hair design, and hair braiding. As long as you are currently licensed, you can register to become a licensed salon supervisor through your place of employment.

 

Find application forms below:

Nevada State Board of Cosmetology

Education Details

Training programs in this specialty typically last less than a year, especially if you already have experience in the beauty industry. You may be able to earn a certificate or diploma in this time frame. Your curriculum may touch on many management concepts and techniques that specifically relate to the beauty industry and its unique needs. As you study, you may learn how to communicate with beauty staff, make sure that they are meeting customers’ needs, enforce cosmetology statutes and laws in a salon, and manage various aspects of a small business.

License Renewal
N/A
License Renewal Hours
N/A
License Renewal Period

If you earn your cosmetology license in Nevada, you will need to renew it no later than June 30th in odd-numbered years. The fee is $70

Careers
$37,550 
Salary
10.90%*
Job Outlook Increase
Between 2012 - 2022

Given how strong Nevada’s cosmetology industry is, it shouldn’t be surprising that the state’s need for good management personnel is growing. Through the year 2022, O*Net predicts a 9% increase in salon management jobs. They report that the average salary for a Nevada salon manager is $35,700 per year (O*Net, 2014).

Working as a Salon Manager

Your experience as a manager depends on whether or not you’ve previously worked in the cosmetology industry. If you’re transitioning from one beauty career to salon management, you may have a much easier time learning about how a salon is run and what your role is in management. If you’re new to the cosmetology industry, you should plan on spending some time getting familiar with your salon’s expectations, target market, and goals. Being a great multitasker and knowing how to prioritize can serve you well when you start your management career. With these skills, you can keep customers coming back to your salon, let your salon owner know that you’re trustworthy, and take care of any issues that may arise throughout the day. Education can be extremely helpful in reaching these goals, but experience may help you become more confident in your decisions.

State board Contact Information

Nevada State Board of Cosmetology
1785 E. Sahara Ave., Suite 255
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Phone Number: 702-486-6542
Fax Number: 702-369-8064
E-mail Address: cosmo@nvcosmobd.nv.gov

The Nevada State Board of Cosmetology can help you with replacing a lost cosmetology license as well as answer all of your questions about obtaining a Nevada cosmetology license. They may also help in-state applicants apply for a duplicate license. However, you must submit a notarized application and pay a fee of $25.

Many enjoy the elite services of some of the best beauty professionals in Nevada.
This is mainly due to established salons and brands that run smoothly with a touch
of luxury. To pursue these goals, it is mandatory for individuals to ascertain proper
salon management information from these institutions.

Nevada State Board of Cosmetology
National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences
Salon Association

 

Find the Beauty Schools in Nevada that interest you below,

Milan Institute of Cosmetology

4020 Kietzke Ln,
Reno, NV 89502

Program: Cosmetology