Your safety is our # 1 goal in following these guidelines. Even as the laws are changing, we have enhanced our normal protocol by adding the following safety protocol and procedures:
- Artists arrive to set up with face masks (face shields too if requested by our clients) and fully sanitized hair and makeup kits.
- We follow social distancing practices – preferably only one client in the room with the artist at a time. We require our stylists to set up and work at least 6 feet apart from each other.
- Stylists may take temperature with a contactless thermometer prior to starting services. If the temperature reads higher than 99.9°F, the stylist has the right to refuse any contracted services to keep everyone safe.
- It is highly recommended the client wear a mask at all times except when receiving makeup services.
- Artists will wash/sanitize their hands thoroughly prior to service, sanitize their tools and workstation with EPA registered/hospital grade disinfectants in between each client as our standard practice of care.
- Each client’s makeup service includes the use of brushes used only for them. These brushes are thoroughly cleaned, sanitized/disinfected (brush sanitizing spray, 70%isopropyl alcohol) and then placed in UV light to further disinfect before stored in clean enclosed plastic bags or containers. Single use applicators such as mascara wands, sponges, and lip applicators can be used per client and immediately disposed.
- Pressed powder products are sanitized and sprayed with 70% isopropyl alcohol, or stylist’s chosen hospital grade disinfectant. Loose powder is tapped onto a palette or tissue for a no contact application.
- Hair combs, brushes, or anything in contact with client’s hair is sanitized (soap and water) and disinfected (Bleach) before and after use. 70% isopropyl alcohol is used for workspace surfaces or anything else that is possibly touched by clients (makeup chair, handheld mirror, etc.).
- It is highly recommended that stylists are able to set up in a separate, well-ventilated room, preferably with a window or sliding door that can be left open.
Should any of the contracted services show any of the symptoms listed below, we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone, and appreciate that our decision to do so is respected.
1. Fever or chills
3. Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
5. Muscle or body aches
7. New loss of taste or smell
8. Sore throat
9. Congestion or runny nose
10. Nausea or vomiting