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Our Background

We founded Texas Cosmetology out of a pure passion for professionals in this industry including those who stand behind the chair, care for the skin or nails of our gorgeous clients, and those who TEACH!

. Our goals, ambitions, and inspirations have come together to form a truly amazing association that all of us are proud to be a part of. We regularly go above and beyond to ensure our members receive the support,

resources and opportunities they need to grow and prosper.

To learn more about us, don’t hesitate to reach out - we’d love to hear from you.

Our Vision

Our Mission

A highly-regarded, steadfast, and tenacious cosmetology profession. 

The mission of the Texas Cosmetology Association is to:

  • expand the capacity and advocacy of cosmetology professionals through the beauty & power of community;

  • promote respect for the professional licensure of all cosmetology professionals in the state of Texas;

  • promote opportunities for the diverse populations entering the professions related to cosmetology, barbering, manicuring, and esthetics;

  • support cosmetology educators through relevant and engaging professional development through FACT Education and Texas Cosmetology Educators; and,

  • encourage our partners to broaden education standards to support recidivism opportunities for individuals interested in working in cosmetology-related vocations. 

Our members and advisory council focus on supporting our partners (members and non-members) on the topics of education and consumer health and safety in the cosmetology, barbering, manicuring, and esthetics professions.   We host regional and annual conferences to encourage networking among states and other jurisdictions. Texas Cosmetology embraces the opportunity to work with our partners, and our representatives are willing to attend board meetings, association meetings, and legislative hearings upon request to share national standards regarding education and consumer health and safety. We use our national forum to continue to share information and encourage best practices across the state of Texas.

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