NORTHERN IRELAND, REPUBLIC OF IRELAND AND WALES ANNOUNCE UPDATE FOR THE REOPENING OF HAIR AND BEAUTY SALONS

by | Jun 20, 2020

Northern Ireland announced that hairdressers, barbershops and salons will be allowed to reopen from the 6th of July.

Wales First Minister announced that in the latest procedures for lockdown easing, hairdressers, barbering and salons could start to prepare their businesses in the next three weeks for reopening by appointment only.

On the 9th July, Wales First Minister will make a further announcement to confirm whether it is safe to reopen businesses from the 13th of July.

And in the Republic of Ireland the date for reopening has been brought forward from July 20th to June 29th. 

Despite many emails following our consultation of the Government safer workplace guidelines, we have still not been given a firm date. We do expect to hear something soon.

All suggested guidelines will be available to download in REPORTS on the British Beauty Council website. 

No specific guidelines for the hair and beauty industry have been published yet. 

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