The salon is a place you go to unwind and do a little something for yourself, during these unprecedented and uncertain times how can you be sure you are safe at the salon?
The Nevada State Board of Cosmetology has issued a “best practices” guideline for all salons to follow. You can review it yourself, along with risks associated with each service.
Click here to view the guidelines
- I am using triple the amount of bleach solution recommended for sanitizing my salon.
- I clean everything in the salon after each guest leaves.
- I have an air purifier running all the time.
- I use a different cape on each guest.
- I use a color processor instead of an old school hair dryer.
I am taking every precaution to ensure your safety and mine. I will be scheduling extra time to every appointment to have not only ample time to address more regrowth but also to ensure enough time for proper sanitizing in-between guests. I have removed all printed material from the studio, as paper cannot be properly cleaned, so please feel free to bring your own entertainment, like your tablet, e-reader, phone or other devise. I will be wearing a N-95 mask. Because I cannot be sure of the quality of masks that have popped up in the on-line market places I learned to sew and have made masks for my guests that will be available in the event you do not have one. These masks will be a single use item and will be laundered each night.
When you arrive for your appointment, please text me and wait in your car. After I have finished my extensive sanitizing protocol I will come outside to greet you and escort you to my room. This eliminates the need for you to touch doors or wander into other high traffic areas. There is not enough room in the hallways to allow for anyone to wait inside the building and still provide social distancing.
Sanitizing protocol will include use of disinfectant wipes or spray on all seats and other areas that may have been touched. I will be washing my hands before and after each guest, and will ask you to do the same. All capes will be single use and I have ordered disposable liners to put under the capes. Any item that comes into contact with you during your service will be cleaned with bleach, disinfecting spray, wipes, soaked in barbacide, or 90% alcohol spray.
As per government and State Board of Cosmetology I will only be able to service one guest at a time, regardless of the fact that you may all be from the same household. I understand this is frustrating but it is imperative to follow all the guidelines put forth so we can get back to “normal” as soon as possible.
If at any point before your appointment you develop any symptoms you can cancel your reservation without the associated fee. Better safe than sorry.
I may have to abide by limited operation hours. I can assure you I will be available as many hours as is possible so you do not have to wait any longer than is absolutely necessary for a reservation.
Should you have other questions or concerns, I would love to hear from you.