According to the decision of the regional authorities beauty salons and hairdressers already earned in Pskov, Yekaterinburg, Volgograd, Ulyanovsk. Clients come by appointment only, and they themselves are masters in the hall are working on safe from each other a distance.

Representatives of the beauty industry claim: extended downtime is detrimental to the industry. According to the capital’s business Ombudsman Tatyana Mineeva in Moscow there are 12 thousand of beauty salons, around 60% of which can go bankrupt because of the restrictions imposed during the period of the pandemic.

beauty Salons and hairdressers are asked to adjust the number of sanitary norms, in particular, to revise the requirement in the offices. More than 60% of companies in the industry she works in open office (openspace), many rent premises with an area not exceeding 100 square feet, said managing partner of the Federal network of manicure and pedicure “Fingers” Nina Litvinova. If the requirement to remain unchanged, more than half of the industry will not return to its previous format of operation. Keep a safe distance will allow the installation of screens through which each workspace is isolated.

the industry also asked to provide subsidies for the purchase of personal protective equipment, including disposable masks and gloves. It will support the company after the exit from the crisis. Besides, according to Litvinova, cost of materials and means of protection for employees has increased about 15 times, on average, increased the amount of service one client at 147 rubles.

one of the current – the question of rental payments. As told by the founder of a network of beauty salons “Monet” Alexander Glushkov, on the zero rate rent at the time failed to agree with half of landlords, with the other half – about discounts or delays. In the case failed to agree, the interior could not break the contract unilaterally without penalty. His decision should be informed in advance. According Glushakova, tenants in this case are in a hopeless situation, especially when we are talking about a temporary postponement of payments.