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How the Pandemic Changed the Salon Industry


All non-essential businesses were shut down in the lockdown, including the salon industry. People turned to DIY solutions to replicate the work of absent experts. Social media was filled with images of men buzzing, and then, for a long time, women also decided not to do so, unhappy with the rules of work and beauty standards, with many saying how they set it free.

Even though we are not the only ones who have not been able to go to the salon, since the lockdown began, it made sense that we were all in this together.

According to the National Health Beauty Federation, it is not difficult. We would strongly advise people not to do any treatment at home, usually done by a hair or beauty professional. Anyone who tries to deal with his out gold hair, wild beard, or stumpy lash is likely to do so himself. Not to mention, you could harm yourself, and it would take more time and more money to sort out your hairdresser, beauty therapist, or hairdresser.

Stock markets have collapsed, and more than 6.5 million people may lose their jobs due to the economic decline from the lockdown. With the money-strapped on all fronts, it remains to be seen whether the salon industry's visits will remain a priority for people in the coming weeks and months. And it is not sure to stop there because, under the government's plans to make the lockdown easier, the salon will be one of the last outlets to open. Last month, it was reported that personal care establishments would not be allowed to reopen until July 4. There is something within the salon where we think we are not ready yet where we are with the virus.

This will change many areas of our society. We cannot create distance socially in our jobs because we need to come to your secret place, and everything we do is about personal contact and engagement. Should try to remain optimistic, the business will resume, with appropriate safety guidelines.

How we work and what we do can have a huge impact, but we will work with a high degree of caution, which is as much for teams as it is for customers. We cannot think of what we had done before or how we acted. Everything has to change.

Companies ask all employees to check their temperature before going to work, with all staff members and customers wearing masks and gloves and a distance of two meters between chairs. With a boom until July 4, remodeling the hyped services of beauty professionals appears at the forefront of many minds, with many salons already reporting a rush for safe appointments. A salon operator said that due to the crisis, my business had been widely affected. I could not work for about 11 weeks and counting, but I did not have any clients who expressed concern about returning to the salon. Even before the coronavirus pandemic, many men and women relied on regular visits to the salon, which is more than a beard trim and a cup of tea.