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Co-owners Brittany Schultz and Holly Brockman decided to combine two of their favorite things and open Sinister Cuts, a horror-themed barber shop in Fayetteville.
Delaney Eyermann, WRAL multiplatform producer
OVME (pronounced "of me") has opened in Chapel Hill. The spa offers B-12 shots, IV hydration therapies, Botox, fillers and a variety of facials.
Kathy Hanrahan, WRAL lifestyle editor
Volunteers at a hair salon are coming together to help cancer patients.
These are some fantastic ideas to treat yourself or to ask the Santa in your life to get you this holiday season.
Kathy Hanrahan, WRAL lifestyle editor
Sharkey's Cuts for Kids is coming to north Raleigh this fall.
Sarah Lindenfeld Hall, Go Ask Mom editor
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responded to criticism over a solo hair salon visit in San Francisco at a time when California businesses are limited by concern over coronavirus.
At Sam and Bill's Hair Designs in Raleigh, they are booked solid at 50% capacity, and everyone wears a mask.
WRAL's Joe Fisher spoke with employees and the owner of an Apex salon which barely opened before having to close due to the coronavirus pandemic. They have reopened and are practicing social distancing.
Young businesses are particularly threatened by the pandemic because they don't necessarily have the savings to carry them through.
Joe Fisher, WRAL multimedia journalist
A North Carolina salon won't provide haircuts to any workers from a nearby Tyson poultry plant after a COVID-19 outbreak at the facility.
After a two month shutdown, many states, including North Carolina, are now allowing hair salons to reopen. Consumer reporter John Matarese shows us the changes to expect.
A long line gathered outside the Sports Clips in North Hills mall on Sunday.
With salons and barbershops reopening for the first time, there's a big demand for haircuts.
Salons quickly booked up appointments weeks in advance after being allowed to reopen for the first time since late March because of the coronavirus pandemic.
While other locations across the state can begin opening salons and barbershops on Friday, Durham is going in a different direction.
Leslie Moreno, WRAL multimedia journalist
WRAL's Leslie Moreno spoke with salon owners who are both upset and relieved about Durham's decision to wait until June 1 to reopen.
While Gov. Roy Cooper announced the next phase of a statewide plan for a gradual return to public life, Durham is taking a more cautious approach.
Sarah Krueger, WRAL Durham reporter
North Carolina salon owners are ready to welcome customers back after being closed for more than seven weeks during the coronavirus pandemic.
Pete Phipps, the owner of Arrow Haircuts, and Doug Warf, vide president of O2 Fitness, provide different perspectives on the scaled-back move into the second stage of the state's three-part plan to resume business and social activities during the pandemic,
Salons, spas and gyms are taking extra steps to keep customers safe.
Gov. Roy Cooper announced Wednesday that North Carolina will enter the second stage of a three-part plan to resume business and social activities during the coronavirus pandemic on Friday, but earlier plans for the stage have been scaled back.
Adam Owens, Keely Arthur, Kacey Cunningham and Nia Harden, WRAL reporters
Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger called on Gov. Roy Cooper to grant counties local flexibility to reopen hair salons and barbershops, and to allow restaurants to provide dine in service at reduced capacity.
Travis Fain, WRAL statehouse reporter, & Kirsten Gutierrez, WRAL reporter
Salon owners are upset that they have to remain closed for at least two more weeks under North Carolina's stay-at-home order during the coronavirus pandemic.
A Godwin hair salon owner is making the argument that she and her staff can safely reopen immediately. Amy Davis owns Amy's Place Hair and Nail Salon. She shut her salon down as part of the state's stay-at-home order, but after more than a month of no business she is ready to reopen.
Keely Arthur, WRAL reporter