Submitted on Thursday 12th November 2020
Rejected on Thursday 19th November 2020
Current status: Rejected
Rejection code: duplicate (see below for details)
Re open hairdressers
Stop shutting hairdressers during lockdown.
Let us reopen as we are essential for a lot of clients wellbeing
Many clients come to us as hairdressers for conversation, mental health, therapy and friendship we deal with all types of people in our day to day salons from someone suffering from hair loss due to chemo to someone telling us there having a baby and keeping it quiet until there 12 weeks and is it safe to have there hair done we’re more than hairdressers we’re friends ,and for some clients the only conversation they will have that week! It’s not only for vanity reasons but having ones hair done is great for well being and mental health
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