To our Clients and Friends …
We want to sincerely thank you for your patience during this challenging situation. The health and safety of our clients, our stylists, our staff and our community are most important to us. We have been working hard preparing for our reopening. There are many new safety precautions and sanitation measures that we are implementing. We will be taking every possible measure to provide our guests and staff with the safest experience imaginable.
The virus that causes the Coronavirus 2019 Disease (“COVID-19”) is easily transmitted, especially in group settings, and it is essential that the spread of the virus be slowed to safeguard public health and safety. COVID-19 can be transmitted from infected individuals even if they are asymptomatic or their symptoms are mild, such as a cough. It can also be spread by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it and then touching your mouth, nose, or eyes.
Our Clients have come to expect the highest standards at Exquisite Styles and we are committed to providing that even during this challenging time. We believe the safest approach to reopening the Salon is to treat everyone, including ourselves as if they could be infected. The PA State Board of Cosmetology, who licenses and governs us, has directed that we must follow the guidelines for reopening as defined by Governor Wolf and the PA Department of Health.
Our stylists and staff are following strict sanitation and disinfecting procedures throughout the day. These procedures include but are not limited to frequent hand washing or sanitizing, disinfecting chairs, styling stations, tools, door handles and knobs, restrooms and other high touch areas.
Our stylists and staff have completed the BARBICIDE® COVID-19 and BARBICIDE® Certifications in proper sanitation and disinfection practices and procedures for the Professional Beauty Industry.
Protective screens have been added to the checkout and nail stations.
We also understand that you are all eager to visit the salon. We have tried to personally contact and reschedule as many of you as possible over the past months and will continue to do so. Again, we appreciate your patience as we navigate through this new challenge.