Some businesses will again have to close and the public is being told to stay home whenever possible as the virus spreads at an alarming rate.
Personal-care services are now open statewide, but too many COVID-19 cases in L.A. continue to have the area’s businesses restricted.
That company will be merged with Pool Service/Medavita to form Italy’s third-largest professional hair-care group.
The state is about to pass New York as having the most coronavirus cases in the U.S.
The digital platform, Frontline Fortnight, is created by celebrity hairstylists Lucy Halperin, Jeremy Tardo and Amanda Shuttleworth.
Business taking place indoors in most of the state is again being prohibited as the coronavirus is spreading rapidly.
Most counties are being ordered to immediately reclose indoor spaces, like restaurants and movie theaters, as the coronavirus spread grows.
Nail salons are still excluded, but L.A. is moving fast toward reopening of hair salons, barbershops, even restaurants amid the coronavirus.
Thermo-scanners, masks and Plexiglas screens will likely become part of the new normal.
The business, which owns 750 salons, has plans to sell.
The group’s program includes supplying French salons with three million masks and 121,000 bottles of hydro-alcoholic gel.