“We have found that customers are ready to adopt touchless check-ins and check-outs. They appreciate the simplicity and convenience. And they also understand how it helps everyone maintain health and safety guidelines during COVID-19.”
The companies' CEOs are asking Governor Newsom to consider reopening their salon suites, saying that because of the unique layout and design, salon suites have the ability to meet the health and safety standards much like a dental or medical office facility.
Six years after its launch, ikoo hair care company, based in Munich, Germany, announces its entry into the American market. Ikoo was founded by Christopher and Katrin Von Hallwyl, who say they wanted to create clean, high-performing and innovative hair care products and tools for women to empower women.
In May, the people interacted with two hair stylists with confirmed coronavirus infections, but none ended up showing symptoms of Covid-19. The stylists and the clients were required to wear masks during their time in the salon.
Led by the generosity of CND and the Horst M. Rechelbacher Foundation, a coalition of Beauty Changes Lives Experience sponsors reallocate sponsorship dollars to support beauty professionals affected by the pandemic.
SPARKS Color announces its new SPARK YOUR SUCCESS initiatives to help support stylists as they go back into the salon. SPARKS is launching an exciting giveaway where 1,000 licensed professionals will each receive over $300 salon value of free SPARKS products by completing just one step.
Engineered with multiple smart sensors, the MODA ONE hair dryer ($299) intelligently detects real-time hair moisture levels and automatically controls damaging heat and optimizes airflow for a healthier and faster drying experience.