How Salons are Dealing with Coronavirus Outbreak

How Salons are Dealing with Coronavirus Outbreak

The salons in the country have temporarily shut down due to the outbreak of pandemic coronavirus. Salon shares a great chunk in the market. The salon is generating revenue of 128.59 billion globally. 

The biggest priority in the middle of the current COVID-19 outbreak, you may notice that salons are still open and customers are still going. But it’s important to take care of your customers as well as to prevent the clients from any major danger. 

The disease becomes a disaster in the world. Presently, there are 382,568 cases of coronavirus. It has caused great disruption worldwide.

The outbreak of COVID-19 has a great impact on every business. As it is affecting the world, it’s important to take some measures for your salons to save the life of the customers as well as the staff and the owner.

Here in this article, we are going to review how salons are dealing with the epidemic novel coronavirus. 

Measures by salons to handle COVID-19 outbreak

The salon is handling several customers every day. The epidemic is a wakeup call for everyone who is dealing with the disease. So it is important to be alert and raise more awareness in society to deal with intense situations.

Any salon needs to uphold the guidelines of the government to keep the customer visit continuing.

 To deal with this, it is essential for every salon to know the symptoms of the coronavirus.

Let’s understand the symptoms first!!

The coronavirus can infect the people of any age group. The major symptoms of the coronavirus are:

  • Tiredness
  • Dry cough
  • Sore throat
  • Aching muscles or joints
  • High fever

But how to identify the customers. For that, you need a wellness expert who can analyze the symptoms of fever, cough, cold or before giving them services or take the seat in the salon. As it is a viral disease it can infect many people. So it is better to take precautions.

Cancel the appointment if required

It’s absolutely ok to cancel the appointment. Call your customers and ask for their wellness. If the client is not feeling well then postponed the appointment. Medical experts suggest that if the person is not well then you have to maintain a distance of 1-meter or 3 feet. As this virus lives on the surface and air after cough or sneeze. So it is better to cancel the appointment rather than putting anyone’s life at risk.

Keep the hands clean 

Precaution is always better than cure. Wash hands with soap or use the sanitizer to protect the client and yourself from COVID-19. Asking all guests to wash their hands with the antibacterial hand soap before being seated. Replace the cloth towel with paper towels. So that it should not be used twice. 

Clean the area with an antibacterial product

All the hard surfaces like handrails, door handles, tables, chairs, reception, washrooms within the salon and team areas are cleaned must be cleaned with the anti-bacterial products regularly throughout the day. So that you can maintain the hygiene of the salon. Bring the anti-bacterial wipes on the tables to clean the hands of the customers.

Guide your customer about preventions

It’s very important to be safe at a critical time. For that, your salon can make an effort for your customer like:

  • Clean your hand with the alcohol-based sanitizer.
  • Wash your hands with soap regularly.
  • Maintain the 1-meter distance between you and others.
  • Wear a mask whenever you go out.
  • Avoid touching your face.
  • Stay home
  • Avoid smoking and other activities that can weaken the lungs.
  • Avoid socializing and unnecessary travel.

Your salon can send these measures through the text message or email. This will make the clients aware of coronavirus.

Give self-care tips to clients

Presently in the maximum countries, there is a situation of lockdown. So it’s quite impossible for the customers to reach your salon. But to keep them engaged and help them you can follow some of the tips for the self-care tips like:

  • Doing exercises regularly to be fit.
  • You can give some skincare tips.
  • More consumption of the water so that customers can keep themselves hydrated.
  • Give some hair care tips through online video lessons.

By doing this you can build trust in the eye of your customer.

Send message regularly

Your clients will always be engaged if they feel special or they feel that they are remembered. Right now is a weird time, and more than ever, a check-in text or positive message could really make someone’s day. You can send some positive thoughts with the regular ‘hi’ message to your clients.

Wrapping up 

Above we have discussed how salons are dealing with the coronavirus outbreak. This disease causes great fear in society. But instead of panicking, we must follow some measures to fight this disease together. Hopefully, this article will guide you in the best way.

If you have any queries feel free to ask in the comment section.

Thank you for reading!!

Stay safe and stay healthy!!

Author Bio:

Zin Lang Liu is associated with Salonist, a salon appointment booking software for all types of industries. She assists business owners on how to grow their business through fully featured software.