It was understood that this was a slight criticism of the fact that many beauticians have not yet reopened although barbers – who may offer beard cuts – have after three months of coronavirus locking.
Some people agreed with his point of view, with one person answering, “Why can men get their beards trimmed and shaved and women can’t get facials?” Why can I drink in a pub or restaurant but my hairdresser cannot offer me a cup of coffee? It’s so inconsistent! ”
Another said, “Kirstie said how important things for men – barbers, sports – seem to be given priority over things important for women – beauticians, etc.” live by making them x ”
But others were far from impressed, some suggesting that she should be thankful to have a job at a time when many are losing their jobs.
Another simply said, “Stop following,” to which Kirstie replied, “Be my guest.”
Conservative MP William Wragg raised the issue during Prime Minister’s questions last week, asking Boris Johnson when a review of the decision to keep beauty salons closed could take place.
Prime Minister replied: “I am sure that one day I will go with my honorable friend to Lush Beauty, but it is a sad reality for many of these excellent companies that they cannot yet open as they wish. . “