Beauty salons to fully reopen from August 1 so eager Brits can FINALLY get their eyebrows done

BEAUTICIANS can reopen fully from August 1st Boris Johnson has announced today.

Close contact services like threading, facial waxing and brow tinting will be available to customers thanks to new government guidelines.

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The Prime Minister made the announcement this morning as he updated the nation on how the government plans to get the nation back to as close to normal as possible.

"From August 1 we will reopen most remaining leisure settings, namely bowling, ice-skating rinks, casinos and we will enable close contact services at beauticians to resume," he said.

Brits were thrilled when beauty salons re-opened on July 13th following hairdressers on July 4.

However,eyebrow tinting, waxing and threading are treatments off the menu until August.

This is because eyebrow and eyelash services require lots of time to be spent in front of the face where splashes and droplets from the nose and mouth may be present, which can pose a hazard.

While guidelines are yet to be set out, it is likely that beauticians will have to wear face shields while performing the treatment.

Customers are likely to be urged to wear a mask where their treatment allows.

Beauticians were among several services allowed to open from August.

Unfortunately, the Boris Johnson said that nightclubs and soft play areas will have to stay closed and will be reviewed at a later date.

But PM also stressed that the time table of events would only go ahead if the number of new coronavirus cases remain low.

In other news, customers have indulged in manicures and sunbed sessions since salons reopened.

We previously shared how hairdressers could charge more for overgrown roots and DIY dye fails , customers warned.

Plus here are barbers and hairdressers opening rules, everything you need to know from blowdries to facemasks.

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