The government is urging people to avoid going out, despite the nervousness of the new coronary pneumonia epidemic, but for those with short or medium-length hairstyles, it is necessary to go out and get a haircut, despite the fight against the disease. In fact, by taking extra precautions when going to a hairdresser, you can reduce your chances of contracting the disease, so check out the tips on how to prevent the disease in a hairdresser now!
For example, the beauty blogger Chen Li Min also went to a hairdresser to get a haircut earlier, and for those with short hair, she had to cut her hair regularly, but she also had a high awareness of prevention. I need you to wear the mask the whole time. Even if you think you have no chance of getting sick, you have to treat yourself as sick. Don’t even take off your mask! No snake bites! Don’t even wash your hair! Not even to the toilet! Returning enterprises first!” . Many fans have praised her for her high awareness of epidemic prevention, and some have suggested that she would be safer if she wore goggles.
If you think you need to go to a hairdresser, you should know the following four things to prevent the disease.
1. Understanding the health status of hairdressers
It is necessary to communicate clearly with the hairdresser before making an appointment, first of all to find out if the hairdresser has any record of travel or the need for mandatory isolation, and then to make sure that there is no staff in the hairdresser’s shop to confirm the diagnosis of the record, in this safe situation before you can go to the hairdresser to get a haircut.
2. Wear masks at all times
You should wear a mask at all times during the haircut, including washing, dyeing, cutting and blow-drying. It is also important to ensure that your stylist also wears a mask at all times, and to avoid talking to your stylist to reduce the spread of the virus.
3. Cleaning hairdressing tools
You should bring your own cleaning supplies such as disinfectant spray, disinfectant paper towels, hand sanitizer and so on, first use disinfectant paper towels to clean the seat, then disinfectant spray to clean the barber tools such as scissors, combs, etc. Finally, you should ask the hairstylist to use hand sanitizer to clean your hands before the haircut, if possible, the hairstylist better wear gloves to ensure hygiene.
4. Go home and wash your hair again.
Although you wash your hair once during a haircut, you may get the virus when you cut, blow and style your hair afterwards. Stylists should also be advised to avoid using any type of styling products, which are sticky and prone to attracting viruses and bacteria.