HAIRDRESSERS can open up salons on June 15 for customers to pick up click and collect orders.
However, they won't be able to offer treatments or services – and customers won't be allowed inside.
Hairdressers are not expected to open properly until July 4 at the earliest.
Businesses can sell items to customers online and allow them to pick them up from salons.
They will have to follow strict rules, which include not allowing customers to go inside shops, according to The Telegraph.
It means you could get face-to-face advice from your hairdresser – but you will have to keep to the 2m social distance rules.
Earlier this week, the prime minister's spokesperson confirmed there are no plans to reopen hairdressers for treatments before July.
But government guidance for retailers say that businesses may reopen to provide click and collect orders as long as customers don't enter premises.
When they do reopen for treatments staff may have to wear dentist-style PPE.
Salons and barbers in the UK have had their doors closed since late March when non-essential shops were asked to close in a bid to slow the spread of coronavirus.
They will have to space our customers so that they are at least 2m apart.
Customers may also be required to wear a face mask and be asked to wait outside until their appointment starts.
Hilarious photos have been circulating online of 'home haircuts' – with some truly dreadful results.
The Sun revealed last month that hairdressers have been posting adverts on classified websites – like Gumtree and community app Nextdoor.
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