Nail salons prepare for potential reopening
Nail salons in Durham are taking precautions as the potential for their reopening gets closer. From plastic face shields, masks, gloves and hand sanitizer, several salons are ready to reopen as safely as possible.
to salon Owners here in Durham say that they're not rushing the process of reopening as much as they are ready to get back toe work. They say the safety of their clients comes first. Everybody's kind of just on hold waiting until we get the green light to come back to work. Kaya Taylor is among many nail technicians buffing up on disinfection procedures. Are these plastic face shields that on top of our mass on top of glows being available for everybody? Um, on top of you know, that disinfected the sanitizer that we've actually already has. He is the owner of Tips and Needles with high volume clientele. The Durham Salon has been closed for nearly two months, and the future of business looks like appointment only, Um, no guests. It's really gonna be real cut and dry. Come in, get your service, have a good time. And then onto the next client. Joy Sigler, who owns Nails, says she's not opening her salon until June 1st, regardless of face, two possibilities. In the meantime, she's stocking up on all the necessities. First safe workplace, put up some plexi glass and our manicure and pedicure area. We will also have, um, auto soap dispensers and auto hand towels as the technicians prepare for the next few steps of the personal care industry, Executive director of North Carolina's Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners says the infectious control regulations already established will be effective against Cove in 19. Of course, our infection control requirements for just infections that we already have in place. Do you require e P. A registered and labeled bacterial title. Very recital in Funchal title The cosmetology board is partnering with the governor's office to create a full set of guidelines that will be needed for a safe reopen. As far as places like tips and needles, well, they say that they're gonna wait just a little longer as a safety precaution. Floor living W Oreo News, Durham