As hair salons reopen around the country, many people, many of which have longer hair than usual, find ourselves asking the same question: Should I get my hair cut? Depending on your home state, hair salons may have been open since April Georgia or as recently as late June New York City. Hairstylists and salon owners, like other personal-care professionals , have been forced to quickly adapt to update health and safety practices as a result of the COVID pandemic. As with so many other industries, the pandemic has been devastating to the beauty business. Still, personal care providers do have one edge — since their business is built on person-to-person touch, they're already used to thinking about hygiene. Each and every salon owner we've spoken to emphasized just how thoroughly they've considered safety in their reopening plans.
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Hairdressers and barbershops had to close their doors once again as the UK continues to battle the coronavirus pandemic. All four UK countries have started revealing their plans to ease restrictions — with hairdressers in Wales already allowed to open their doors for pre-booked appointments. Hairdressers, barbers and salons will be able to reopen in England from Monday, April This is also the date that has been proposed for the reopening of non-essential shops. While the move has been largely welcomed in the country, many have found slots hard to come by, as the population rushes to get a trim. Hairdressers and barbers are set to open across Scotland from April 5. The phased return of non-essential retail will also begin on this date , with click-and-collect services to reopen, along with homeware stores, garden centres and car showrooms.
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This month, we decided to take his expertise in another direction. One of our own was struggling with the one thing almost every woman goes through at least once in her life: ending things with her hairstylist. Take notes.
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