Hairdressers’ services have been sorely missed across the county as coronavirus cannot halt the growth of hair. Now hairstylists are looking to reopening and are advising a certain cut of hair.
The bob hair cut came into style with the 1920s flapper era.
Women cut their hair short in what was seen as a modern and liberating statement.
The fact women would cut their hair due to convenience said much about the changing role of women in the world.
The National Hair & Beauty Federation (NHBF) has spoken out on how hair should be treated amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A spokesperson said: “In line with the current two-metre social distancing regulation we are recommending that hair and beauty salons and barbershops alter their lay-out to meet these to protect staff and clients.
“This will mean that most salons will not be able to accommodate as many clients as they normally would.
“Treatment times should be kept to a minimum and so we are encouraging consultations to take place online before a client visits.”
It appears a number of hairdressers will scrap blowdries, and offer a simple wash and go service
Foreign secretary, Mr Raab, confirmed hairdressers, pubs and restaurants would have to wait until ‘phase three’, which would be from 4 July at the “very earliest”, to be reconsidered for reopening.
Mr Raab told Sky News’ Kay Burley: “From 4 July, at the earliest, we’ll look at other sectors and that will include hospitality, but it will also include personal care and people like hairdressers.”
Which shops are open today?
The following stores will open as of today, June 15:
Betting shops and arcades
Tailors, dress fitters and fashion designers
Retail art galleries
Gift shops and retail spaces in theatres, museums, libraries, heritage sites and tourism sites
Mobile phone stores
Published at Mon, 15 Jun 2020 10:45:00 +0000