The wellbeing of our clients and staff is of paramount importance during these times and we ask that clients take a few minutes to read our guidelines below before visiting our salon.
- All clients are asked to supply and wear their own mask upon entering the salon. We will have a limited stock of single-use masks available, but we will have to make a small charge for these.
- We ask that clients arrive at the time of their appt or wait until the time of their appointment before entering the salon – we have limited the number of clients allowed to be in the salon at any given time.
- We ask that clients come to the salon alone and do not bring partners/friends/children with them.
- We will have no facility for storing coats and shopping bags.
- Unfortunately, we cannot offer clients magazines for the foreseeable future – clients are welcome to bring their own reading materials with them, but we ask they take them home with them after their visit.
- We are not able to offer hot/cold drinks at this time – clients are encouraged to bring bottled water if they will be in the salon for a longer service.
- We will be using disposable (eco-friendly) towels and gowns for the foreseeable future – these are not as tint/colourant repellent as our normal towels/gowns and we ask that clients consider this when deciding what to wear when coming to the salon.
- Despite the social distancing guidelines being reduced to 1 metre, we are aiming to maintain a 2 metre distancing between clients wherever possible – in areas this is not possible we have installed Perspex screens for your protection.
- We will be selling retail products as normal, but we ask that clients do not touch the products on display.
- Finally, we understand that traffic or other circumstances means that clients sometimes arrive late for their appointment – unfortunately due to the restrictions we have in place, it is very likely that we will be unable to do your hair if you are late.
In advance, we would like to thank our clients for their patience and understanding whilst these restrictions are in place and we look forward to a time when the ‘old norm’ once again replaces the ‘new norm’ x