Let talk Corona Virus…….

We worked hard to keep the salon clean with extra cleaning measures put in place and staff washing their hands and sanitising as advised, allowing us to stay open as long as possible.  Our doors shut on the 23rd March which was decided by our Government.

Fast forward 7weeks and here we are, All waiting for Boris’s speech on the 7th May to decide our fate yet again, all hoping with everything we have that we will be allowed to open our doors, hug our family and friends and most importantly get our roots done! (you were all thinking the same thing)

We’ve got your roots covered…

As a Salon we’ve posted a few dos and don’ts during quarantine and hope that you are all sticking to them!

  • Don’t cut your fringe – A big ask, I’m sure if you have listened to that one you all look like cousin IT from the Adam’s family!
  • Don’t dye your own hair – As much as we love a colour correction, I don’t think our furloughed pockets will, so were secretly hoping your all sporting a nice halo around your heads.
  • Do continue to use your professional products – You may not be able to see through your fringe and have a halo of grey but you can still have soft flowing hair or a bouncy blow dry for date night.

What have you all been doing with your free time?

I mean, really the free time comment only applies to people without young children right, we are all home schooling and spring cleaning the house 100times a day. As a team, We have found the time to catch up over zoom, have a few quiz nights, share some embarrassing throw back photos of us all and keep the team moral high. We have also been studying on ways to keep our clients and staff safe when we reopen. We are now all proud owners of a Barbicide qualification which will allow us to sterilise tools correctly and efficiently.

We also want to thank you all for your continued support during this time and cannot wait to get back into the salon and see you all, Fingers crossed for some good news this weekend.

For now, Stay home, Stay safe, Save the NHS.