New rules for hairdressers opening after locking not include small maintenance


New guidelines have been issued for hairdressers and stylists as they prepare to reopen salons over the next few months, including cutting down on small talk.The National Hair and Beauty Federation (NHBF) advised members to keep the cat “to the minimum” to protect both staff and customers.

The advice comes that the federation is urging the government to publish all the directions as salons will need two weeks to redesign, reports The Mirror.

In a letter to Alok Sharma, Operations Secretary, NHBF expressed disappointment that, “despite a real sense of progress” no official position is yet available.

A group hairstyle, meanwhile, has already told staff not to talk to customers while they have their hair washed and massaged with their heads.

Contemporary, Lounges, which has stores across North East and North Yorkshire will make sure that all PPE staff.

Customers will also be able to take part in a “virtual consultation” so that the length of appointments can be assessed.

Alan Simpson, Managing Director, said salons are looking at maintenance for the appointments to start before making more complicated sessions available in the coming weeks.

No official decision has been made by the Prime Minister when hair salons and hair salons will be allowed to reopen.

The National Hair and Beauty Federation (NHBF) are advising members to speak to side clients looking at themselves in the mirror and to limit debates.

Their advice to hairdressers and walk-in salons is: “Avoid face-to-face discussions with clients. Discussions about size, 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 are standing or sitting side by side rather than facing people. Consider offering online consultations to reduce appointment time.

“This could be done before your hair salon or hair salon is fully open. It also gives you the opportunity to talk to customers about the safety measures you are taking to protect them and your team and to determine if a test allergy alert is necessary. ”

Other guidelines include urging customers not to bring coats or jackets to the salon if the weather is good, as the virus can remain on fabrics for days.


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