L’Oréal Professionnel Release Support Guides for Salons and Spas

Apr 2, 2020

British Beauty Council patron, L’Oréal Professionnel, have released COVID-19 support guides for its Salon and Spa Partners across the UK and Ireland.

The guides offer support to Salon and Spa owners, employees, self-employed, social media and through each stage: closing, whilst you are temporarily closed and planning your reopening.

See below a full breakdown of what each section includes:

Salon & Spa Owners

  • Government Measures
  • Sick Pay for Employees
  • Retaining Jobs & Paying Salaries
  • Improving Cash Flow-Property Cash Grant
  • Paying Business Rates-Managing Cash Flow
  • Talking To Your Bank-Checking Your Insurance
  • Getting Advice-HR & Legal Advice



  • Government Measures
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Retaining Your Job And Receiving Your Salary
  • Claiming Benefits


Other support

  • Rent Support
  • Mortgage Support


Social Media Support

  • Tips and Advice
  1. Address The Current Circumstances
  2. Keep Up Community Management
  3. Engaging Content Over Promotions
  4. Come Together
  5. Optimizing New Skills


L’Oréal Professionnel have made the guides publically available on their ‘Access our online education’ platform that is open for anyone to sign up to from the pro community. You can access the guides by visiting uk.lorealaccess.com and they can be found under the Grow Business section of the website.


For Government Updates: https://www.businesssupport.gov.uk/


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