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WATCH: Many hairdressers report clients arriving very early

After two months undergoing closure, hairdressers, beauticians and nail technicians experienced a very busy day with many of their clients anxiously awaiting the moment when they can see themselves in the mirror and once more express satisfaction at their appearance.

Although many are still assessing the pros and cons of the current new norms, barbers that opened reported that many clients turned up early to be serviced despite such outlets having been classed as being non-essential when closures were imposed.

Hairdressers and beauticians had been closed since 23rd March and have now been allowed to reopen after a risk analysis was carried out by the Health Authorities who however imposed a series of measures to help curb the spread of the virus.

Under the new formalities many establishment owners adapted to the mitigation measures imposed with safe protocols and the use of face masks, sanitisers and thermometers to prevent the risk of Covid-19. Clients appeared to be anxious for the resumption of these services.

This is what they had to say:

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