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North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 86A. Barbers § 86A-2. What constitutes practice of barbering

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Any one or combination of the following practices constitutes the practice of barbering in the purview of this Chapter:

(1) Shaving or trimming the beard, or cutting the hair;

(2) Dyeing the hair or applying hair tonics, permanent waving or marcelling the hair;

(3) Giving facial or scalp massages, or treatments with oils, creams, lotions or other preparations either by hand or mechanical appliances.

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