Salon's At The Cutting Edge Of Changes

Daily Record|July 13, 2020

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Salon's At The Cutting Edge Of Changes
As hairdressers across Scotland prepare to reopen, the owners of one family salon have explained the “massive” changes in place to help protect against coronavirus.

Liza Harper, 46, owns The Lunatic Fringe in Glasgow’s west end with her sister Shireen Inglis, 41.

Halving the number of staff and customers in the salon is one of the key changes being made for reopening on Wednesday, along with stylists wearing personal protective equipment including masks, visors and disposable aprons. Customers will wait outside ahead of their appointment, use sanitiser on arrival, put their belongings such as jackets in a bag instead of hanging them up, and they will also be given a disposable apron to wear.

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July 13, 2020