This comes as the federation urges the government to publish full guidelines, as the salons will need two weeks to be redesigned, reports The Mirror.
In a letter to Alok Sharma, the secretary of affairs, the NHBF expressed disappointment that “despite a real feeling of progress”, no official guidance is yet available.
A hair group, on the other hand, has already told staff not to talk to customers while they wash their hair and massage their heads.
The Contemporary Salons, which have stores in North East and North Yorkshire, will ensure that all staff have PPE.
Customers will also participate in a “virtual consultation” to assess the duration of the appointment.
Alan Simpson, managing director, said the shows would look at “maintenance meetings” first before offering more complicated sessions in the coming weeks.
No official decision has been made by the Prime Minister regarding the date on which salons and hair salons will reopen.
The National Federation of Hairdressing and Beauty (NHBF) advises members to talk to customers side by side while looking in the mirror and to limit discussions.
Their advice to barbers and walk-in salons is: “Avoid face-to-face discussions with clients. Discussions about cut, color and treatments should be done through the mirror while standing behind the client and kept to a minimum.
“You can reduce the risk of infection if you stand or sit side by side rather than facing people. Consider offering online consultations to reduce appointment times.
“It could be done before your salon or hair salon is fully open for business. It also gives you an opportunity to talk to customers about the safety measures you are taking to protect them and your team, and to determine if an allergy alert test is necessary. ”
Other advice is to urge customers not to bring coats or jackets to living rooms if the weather is nice, as the virus can stay on the fabric for days.
And salons have been encouraged to put a slotted container for advice.
An NHBF spokesperson said, “Lounges are putting in place their own common sense rules and trying to limit contact with customers as much as possible. ”
In the NHBF letter, Executive Director Hilary Hall wrote: “There is growing frustration with the continuing delay in issuing these guidelines, preventing hair salons, beauty salons and hair salons from being able to prepare fully their businesses, their staff and their customers upon reopening. “
She said that in addition to making the necessary salon changes, staff would also need time to be trained and receive proper PPE, as well as to notify customers in advance.
Ms. Hall added, “Hair salons and hair salons have not been able to trade for months, so if they want to invest in PPE financially, they need to be sure they are buying the good materials and they need enough time to stock up. “