With restrictions in place due to the Governors new guidelines for re opening in Phase 1 we have put together some information so our Clients know what to expect when they walk into our Salon. Our Preparations have included best practices following DPOR and CDC guidelines. We have consulted with others in our industry to ensure the best precautionary measures are in place. 

Client Requirements

No one with symptoms of Covid-19 or known exposure to Covid-19 in the last 14 days is permitted inside of the Salon.

Sanitize your hands when entering the Salon (Sanitizer will be available at the front reception desk and in the restrooms)

Client Consent Form must be completed before services begin.

Temperature will be taken when entering the Salon, if you have a body temperature above 99.5 services will be rescheduled. 

Mask are required, if you do not have a mask we will provide a disposable one for you (Note: There is a $2.00 service fee) If you have a medical condition which prohibits you from wearing a mask we will not refuse service, however it will be up to your Stylist if they feel comfortable proceeding with the scheduled service.

No services will be offered or provided that require the mask to be removed. 

Clients with appointments only can be seated in the waiting area if your Stylist is not ready. 

Walk in Clients will be asked to wait outside until a Stylist becomes available. 

You must maintain 6' of Social Distance inside of the Salon (Workstations and seating have been adjusted to accommodate this)

No more than 10 people inside the Salon at any time, this includes employees. (If you bring a guest they will be asked to wait outside)

Anyone who is unwilling to comply with these requirements will be refused services. In order for the Salon to operate we must follow the guidelines that were placed on our industry by the Governor's executive Order. These are in place for the safety of our Staff and our Clients. 

Employee/Salon Requirements

Clean and Sanitize work areas after each Client is completed (This includes workstation, chair, all tools and products used)

Provide a clean smock to each Client before the start of service (Smocks will be washed and sanitized after one use)

Wear mask or face coverings at all times while providing service to the Client

Clean and Sanitize all contact surface areas in the Salon every hour

Workstations will be 6' apart from each other to maintain Social Distance

Employees are required to wash and sanitize hands in between Clients

If gloves are being used they are to be disposed of after each Client serviced

All employees are to complete the Barbicide Covid-19 Certification ( These will be posted at each employees workstation)

Coffee & Tea bar will not be available at this time (You can bring in your own beverage if you choose)

Magazines & Childrens toys will not be available

Any employee who is sick is required to stay home

For more information on Covid-19 and Moving Forward in Virginia please visit the links listed below. 

CDC: Symptoms of Coronavirus

Governor of Virginia: Phase I Guidelines for Business

Governor of Virginia: Executive Order 61

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