The law, only in effect in the Outaouais region, has enforced a minimum price, specific opening hours, hairdresser salaries, as well as annual leave and sick leave.
During a news conference on Tuesday, Quebec Labour Minister Sam Hamad said a bill would be filed in the Quebec National Assembly to amend 12 decrees, including the hairdresser law.
Hamad said there would now be a "free market" for hairdressers.
When the bill is passed, hairdressers will be able to open on Sundays and stay open later than 6 p.m. from Monday to Wednesday. That was forbidden under the old protocol.
The Outaouais region was Quebec's last to have such an order for hairdressers.