What are you allowed to do with a TDLR license? [Infographic]

If you’re deciding which TDLR license is right for you or you’re in the process of earning one right now, you might be wondering what type of treatments you’ll perform once you graduate. A big factor in this dilemma is the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation Occupations Code. This statute lays out what license holders are legally allowed to do in their practice.


Staying up to date with laws and regulations is important, but we know it’s easier said than done. Have you ever scrolled though the online occupations code document? Take our word, not fun. So, we’ve created this handy infographic for you to reference when thinking about courses and classes to take.

Infographic explaining what you are legally allowed to do with different licenses from the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation

What This Means for You

If you’re interested in performing eyelash extensions but also want to do treatments like lash lifts or brow lamination, then the Eyelash Extension Specialty License won’t cut it. Likewise, if you’re earning an Esthetic Specialty License and thinking of taking a lasers certification class, you might want to rethink.


Knowing your power and taking your education into your own hands will set you up for a successful career in this industry. We encourage you to #neverstoplearning!


Please note that this is not a definitive list of what license holders are allowed to do. For more detailed information, please reference the full occupation code. These laws are continuously changing as the industry evolves so what may not be allowed now, may change in the future and vice versa.


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