Visors are more protective than just simple face masks or coverings – which are not recommended for use in hairdressers.Hairdressers should go into
Visors are more protective than just simple face masks or coverings – which are not recommended for use in hairdressers.
Hairdressers should go into isolation if they are told to do so by Test and Trace, even if they are wearing a visor.
Belle Cannan, co-founder of Salon Sloane in London, welcomed the news of slashing the two-metre social distancing rule in half.
Ms Cannan said: “It will help because we are a small salon and only have eight positions.
“Going from two metres to one metre makes it more of a viable business because you can accommodate more clients, and of course everyone is desperate to come in, especially in the first week to get their hair done.”