Joy because Malvern salon owners can offer facials
SALON owners have expressed their joy at being able to offer a full range of care, as lockdown measures are relaxed.
Close contact services that involve work directly in front of the face will now be available to clients in England from today which include facial hair removal and eyebrow treatments.
Christine Wood, who runs The Beauty Spot Bellevue Terrace, Malvern, said: “Great news that I can offer facials now, but, again, the news has come at short notice from the government.
“I’m finally going to get back to normal as the restriction crippled many businesses.”
Cymone Wood, who runs Malvern Serenity in Court Road, Malvern, said: “I am delighted the change has been made.
“Seventy percent of the store’s income comes from facial work and I have to keep nine staff members busy and keep their agendas full. ”
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Kate Barton, of Hebe Healthy Beauty in Madresfield Road, Malvern, said: “Absolutely thrilled to be able to offer the full range of treatments to my clients.
“They were very understanding during this difficult time.
“My fingers crossed, it doesn’t change in a few weeks, but I understand that things do.”
The Prime Minister said: “New changes that will allow more people to go back to work and the public to come back to more things they missed.
“However, as I have always said, we will not hesitate to brake if necessary, or continue to implement local measures to help control the spread of the virus.”
Nightclubs, dance halls and discos, as well as places of sexual entertainment and hostess bars, must remain closed.