Send this letter to your MP calling for clarity on when beauty salons can reopen
Do you want clarity from the Government as to when your beauty salon, nail bar or mobile/home-based business can reopen? Professional Beauty has created a letter to send to your local MP calling on the Government to give the industry a definitive date to work towards.
Download Professional Beauty’s MP letter here.
Yesterday, Professional Beauty launched its #SalonsAreSafe campaign after the Government announced earlier this week (June 23) that beauty salons will not be allowed to reopen alongside the hair industry on July 4.
The campaign is calling on the profession to show the Government that our industry is safe and ready to reopen, and that we need a definitive reopening date. But in order for this to happen, and for people to notice, we need your help.
Why send a letter to your MP?
Writing or emailing this letter to your local MP before July 3 – which is the day PB’s #SalonsAreSafe campaign will be making a united call on social media for clarity on when they can reopen – is a vital piece of activity that will help promote our message and show that the profession is safe and ready to reopen.
With so many business sectors asking for Government attention, it is vital that beauty isn’t left behind. More than 100,000 people work in the beauty profession and we need to make our voice count.
The letter has been templated, so it’s easy for you to fill in, and you can find the name and contact details of your local MP to send it to here on the UK Parliament website.
Why has PB launched the #SalonsAreSafe campaign?
With this campaign, we aim to call on the Government to give a definitive date when salons can reopen post-coronavirus lockdown. We understand that some may still feel hesitant about a return to work.
However, since the Government’s announcement on June 23, we have seen an overwhelming response from the industry who want to go back to work and believe they could do so in a safe manner.
Find out how else you can take part in our #SalonsAreSafe campaign.