As we head into the colder months and in line with government and industry body guidelines, we have once again implemented changes to help ensure the safety of our team as well as you, our valued guests.
Wash basins are sanitised once a client has had their hair washed
Each individual work area is sanitised once a client has left
We now use only disposable towels
Gowns are washed after each use
Hand sanitiser is available at the door, we politely request that this be used when entering the salon
Our staff sanitise and wash their hands throughout the day
We now have the NHS Track and Trace app for your convenience. Please look out for the QR Codes which are available throughout the salon and scan yourself in as soon as you enter the salon. Please see this article if you have any problems using the app or do feel free to ask any of our team and they will happily help you.
The salon will re-open on the 4th July 2020 and we can’t wait to see you. We have been preparing the salon with the necessary measures to ensure that it’s a a safe place for you as well as our team.
With this in mind, could you please read the following points carefully before attending your appointment
We have extended our opening hours and limited our capacity to ensure we are following the required social distancing recommendations.
Please do not attend your appointment if you have any of the COVID-19 symptoms.
Each Stylist will only have one client in the salon at a time.
We will provide a hand sanitiser station at reception, and we’ll ask you to use it when entering and leaving the salon.
We are unable to offer refreshments
The toilet is closed to clients
Please come alone to your appointment – do not bring your family or friends
Please don’t bring coats or jackets to the salon unless they are absolutely necessary
On arrival, please wait outside and your stylist will come and collect you
Patch Testing requirements still apply
We won’t be providing magazines for the time being, due to the risk of cross-contamination
Please don’t wander around the salon or pick up retail items. A member of the team will be very happy to help you if there is something you would like to look at
Salon staff will be in full PPE, including face visors. If you have a mask, then please do wear it. We will have masks in the salon that can be purchased for a small fee
We are doing our utmost to give everyone on our waiting list an appointment. We will be working with reduced customers in the salon and extended opening hours. This means that we will be fully implementing our cancellation policy and you will be charged for late cancellation or no show
There may be a service charge on clients bills for time taken and colour used
We know that many clients are really nervous about returning to the salon, so we hope that this COVID Aware Certification which we have received from The Good Salon Guide will give you the confidence that we are doing everything possible to keep you safe.
We already put hygiene and cleanliness at the forefront in the salon, and are on top of new health and safety guidelines. As a COVID Aware Certified salon we have proved that we are taking serious measures to keep both their staff and you safe from COVID-19.
Some of the measures that a COVID Aware salon has in place are:
Completion of a full COVID-19 Risk Assessment
Full staff training relating to COVID-19 – Risk Assessment, use of PPE, sanitisation etc.
Regular management checks to ensure measures are in place and followed
Sanitisation of the salon, including hand sanitisation for staff, clients and visitors
With the threat of Coronavirus becoming part of our lives, there are just a few things which we would like to bring to your attention when visiting the salon. We would like you to be aware of the steps we take to ensure safety for us all.
The salon is cleaned on a daily basis. Hard surfaces are wiped with anti-bacterial wipes.
Guests in the Salon
Please let us know if you have recently visited any of the affected areas. We are very happy to re-schedule appointments for you if you feel you need to self-isolate.
We wash our hands frequently during the day and there are facilities available if any customers wish to wash their own hands. There is a supply of hand sanitising gel available for your use if required.
A PRIORITY assessment pod has been set up to assess potential cases of coronavirus at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital. Find more information on this unit on the Hampshire Chronicle.