Underground hairdressers & stylists spring up across UK as Brits face six months without barbers & salons in lockdown – The Sun

UNDERGROUND hairdressers and stylists have sprung up across the UK as Brits face six months of being unable to get a haircut.

In the coronavirus lockdown salons and barbers have closed down – but many are finding ways to work around the restrictions.

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The Times reports social media and classified ad sites show beauty and hair related businesses are still running privately.

Fees and appointments can be negotiated as many don't stick to the strict lockdown rules.

One ad for a mobile eyelash extension appointment in London claimed all sessions would be "100% clean", with all equipment cleaned in front of the customer.

And in Manchester one company is still offering lip fillers and a £400 fat-dissolving treatment.

Hannah Sutton, 19, from Bolton, has shut down her hairdressing services but says she still gets 40 messages a day from eager customers.

Many key workers still in the public eye or having to look more presentable than the rest of the work from home population are still seeking out a fringe trim, or roots touch-up.

One woman happy to provide that is Dee Greenwood – who specialises in home beauty care.

She said last week she was still going to clients' homes but taking all possible precautions – by wearing a mask and gloves during treatments.

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