On Friday loreal said that it has devised a guide for the salon to perform operations and with complete hygiene for when they are ready to get back into the business. According to the guidelines by MHA the salons and spas are able to open in red-orange and green zones with
the permission and approval of the government of every individual state. loreal also says to supply the hairdressers with sanitizers and masks to maximize the efforts being put to be safe from the virus along with the new guidelines.
Before the lockdown restrictions get lifted the guidelines will be distributed among 45,000 salon networks and among 1,70,000 hairdressers. the guidelines include measures that should be taken to keep the employees and the customers safe that include cleaning of hands and used tools properly before using and booking the appointment to have spaces between the customers and avoid any type of crowd in the salons itself.
Amit Jain, the managing director of Loreal said, “ the hairdresser industry is a key source of employment and it is important that the hair salons get bak to business safely once the lockdown restrictions are lifted. The past few months have made us realize the importance of
little details in our life such as the hairdressers which have caused a rise in the demands of the consumers to reopen the salons.
The said guidelines are now available to partners of L’Oreal professional product brands -loreal professional, Matrix, Kerastase, and Cheryl’s cosmeceuticals. The company has been conducting over 4000 e-sessions for 50,000 hairdressers and announced a credit extension for its direct partners and distributors.
“We are strongly mobilized to help our salon partners to navigate these challenging times, with the primary objective of ensuring the safety of our consumers, our partner salons and their employees. We are now committed more than ever to our role as partner and advocate
of their hairdressing industry and will continue to work tirelessly to lessen the impact of the crisis on them” said the director of professional product division, D.P Sharma.
70 lakh jobs are there for skilled-based professionals mostly available to weaker sections of the society that are now have put to stake the beauty and wellness industry due to the pandemic that resulted in the nationwide lockdown.