New Salon Updates & Protocols to ensure the safety of you, your stylist and those around you while visiting Belle Sirène Salon
Things will look a bit different for us all upon getting back into salon but we are so excited to be able to take care of you and your hair. Please note these updates are based upon California’s Covid-19 Industry Guidance for Salons as well as California’s Board of Barbering & Cosmetology.
If you are exhibiting any signs of being sick or have been in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19, we will reschedule your appointment to a later date. If you appear sick upon arrival to your appointment you will also be asked to reschedule.
Temperature will be taken at the door before entry.
Masks must be worn by clients and staff at all times. We will have masks available if you need one.
Please wash hands and wipe phones immediately upon entering salon.
You will be given a personal baggie to place personal items into and may keep the baggie after the appointment. Please limit personal items being brought into salon. No large bags, jackets, computers, etc.
No handshakes or hugs. We’ll make up for it once it’s considered safe to do so 😉
No guests, kids or pets allowed in the salon, during your appointment. Trust us, we are just as sad to not have your furry friend hanging with us.
Our stylist stations are now between 6-10ft apart to allow for proper social distancing.
We will not be double booking.
Our beverage menu and waiting areas are temporarily closed. Servings of our sweet treats, coffee’s and champagne will eventually come back but for now we have to operate bare bones.
The salon has a newly updated air filtration system that circulates clean air throughout the space.
We will be booking sanitizing blocks between appointments to allow for thorough cleaning and disinfecting. Our team has taken sanitization and disinfection courses and will be following all state board and OSHA regulations for cleaning and disinfecting procedures. We are monitoring all employee temperatures and symptoms daily prior to coming to work.