“We are excited to be here for our clients and our stylists,” said Just Cuts founder and CEO Denis McFadden
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Budget hairdressing chain Just Cuts opened its stores on May 11 with the easing of restrictions, with its salons across New Zealand implementing a number of key measures to protect the health of stylists and clients as part of the move to Alert Level 2.
All the recommended additional hygiene steps have already been introduced, including distancing, additional cleaning, sanitizing each styling station and tools before and after each client, and constant use of hand sanitizer.
Further measures include:
Just Cuts founder and CEO, Denis McFadden, said: “We moved very quickly to introduce additional hygiene measures at the start of the pandemic in addition to the recommended self-distancing measures because the health of our stylists and clients is at the core of everything we do at Just Cuts.
“Reducing the number of clients in each salon, of course, has an impact on the bottom line so we do need commercial landlords to come to the party and acknowledge that just because the doors are open does not mean that we are running at full-throttle yet. Many of our salons are independently owned and operated small businesses who need understanding and support from their landlords and we hope that there is a little more understanding and compassion shown with commercial landlords reflecting the economic reality through rental concessions and reductions.”
The entire network of 190 Just Cuts salons across Australia were also operational on May 11.
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