Updated June 18, 2020
After many weeks of shutdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the United States is beginning to slowly open. Below is each states anticipated position on opening salons. While many experts have concerned premature openings could lead to a spike in Covid-19 cases, in many states business restrictions and stay-at-home orders are being lifted separately.
Salons were able to open May 11th.
Effective April 24th, personal services are allowed to resume.
Gov. Doug Ducey announced that salons and barbershops can reopen May 8th.
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California opened hair salons and barbershops on May 26th, and other close contact services will be allowed later in Phase 3. You can check out the Resilience Roadmap here:
Colorado salon services are open with restrictions as of May 1.
Hair salons and barber shops will be open with restrictions as of June 1, while closer contact services (nail salons, tattoo shops, etc) are slated to open June 17th in sectors.
As of June 15th, Phase 2 of Delaware's reopening began, including some personal services such as tattoos and massages at 30% of stated fire occupancy.
Salons in some counties were able to reopen as of May 11th with restrictions in place. Hair and nail salons are now open, but esthetic service salons are to remain closed.
Georgia salons reopened as of April 24th. Read the guidelines put in place by the Board of Cosmetology:
As of May 22nd, salons and other various close contact services were able to open with restrictions, with the exception of a few counties.
Salons began opening May 16th in some counties, and others are opening slowly. Read more about guidelines for reopening here:
Starting May 29th, salons began reopening, and will go by county. Guidelines for practices upon reopening can be found here:
Salons are able to reopen May 11th in most counties with restrictions in place.
Salons are able to open May 15th. You can read the guidance for salons reopening here:
Salons are included in phase 2 of reopening, which began May 18th. Some counties are still restricted. Here is the State board of Cosmetology’s Guidance to reopening personal services:
Salons began to reopen May 25th with restrictions. You can read the State Board of Cosmetology’s Guide to reopen here:
Salons are able to open with restrictions as of May 15th.
As of May 1st, phase one of reopening does include hair salons, though it could be June 1st or July 1st for other personal services to be phased in.
Salons are reopening on a county by county basis with restrictions as of May 15th. Personal services are still limited including close contact services. Here are the guidelines for reopening:
Hair salons and barber shops were able to open during phase 1, while esthetic and nail services are included in phase 2, step 2. Phase 2 began June 8th. You can find a detailed industry list of what is able to open here:
Hair salons, barber shops and nail salons have been allowed to reopen; however, spas are still under executive order to stay closed.
Salons and personal services were able to open as of June 1st, and are to be kept at 25% occupancy.
May 25th, salons were able to begin opening with restrictions in place. Here is the Board of Cosmetology’s Guidelines for reopening:
Businesses were allowed to open as of May 4th with restrictions in place.
As of April 27th, Businesses in Montana were allowed to reopen.
Salons were allowed to reopen in many counties as of May 4th with restrictions.
Salons were able to open with restrictions in May. Find the guidelines for beauty professionals here:
As of May 11th, Salons, Barbers, and other Cosmetology businesses were able to open under strict guidelines.
New Jersey hair salons and barbershops are scheduled to begin reopening June 22nd, with more personal care services opening later in stage 3.
“Your local person who gives you a facial does not have to close. Salons do not have to close but they must minimize employee contact”.
Each county will be reopening at a different rate following phase guidelines. Salons are included in phase 2 of opening.
With restrictions in place, cosmetic art shops were able to reopen as of May 22nd.
Salons were able to open as of May 1st.
Salons were able to open after May 15th with restrictions in place.
As of Friday April 24th, Salons have been open for business.
Beginning May 15th, certain counties are able to open their salons when following strict guidelines. Here are the guidelines once restrictions are lifted:
May 29th, salons in certain counties are able to reopen with restrictions.
Phase 2 of reopeing began June 1st, and salons are included in this phase of reopening, with restrictions. Here are the phases of reopening:
May 18th salons and close contact service businesses were able to reopen with restrictions in place. View the guidelines here:
Though South Dakota did not have a stay at home order in place, salons are welcome to conduct business in a manner that is safe.
As of May 6th, personal services were allowed to reopen with restrictions in place.
As of May 8th, Texas salons were able to operate with some restrictions in place.
Beginning May 1st, salons were able to open with restrictions.
As of May 29th, salons and barber shops were able to open with restrictions, and you can view the guidelines here:
While the Stay at Home Order was extended until June 30th, salons were able to operate as of May 15th with restrictions.
As of May 15th, salons in certain counties have been able to reopen with some restrictions in place. Here is guidance for those reopening:
As of May 4th, salons were able to operate.
On May 13th, Wisconsin’s Supreme Court ruled against any extensions of the stay at home order, and all businesses that had been closed were able to open.
As of May 1st, salons were able to reopen under certain restrictions.