England’s shoppers can return to their favourite beauty destinations from today, but experts warn customers need to play their part in keeping shops safe
After an anxious three-month wait and weeks of preparation, Britain’s beauty shops have finally reopened for business.
Boris Johnson, the UK’s Prime Minister (PM), confirmed that non-essential retailers, including beauty stores, hairdressers and spas, as well as other personal care destinations, would be allowed to welcome back customers from 12 April earlier this month, following a significant decline in Covid-19 cases.
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