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By daisydoos40401816, May 19 2020 04:31PM

To all our valued clients

As we are preparing to reopen on May 25th we have been busy taking every step to ensure the safety of our clients and staff.

Please be aware of the guidelines we have set in place to be able to reopen.

•We are asking if your child does not do well with haircuts or cannot sit alone, as guardian must sit in the waiting area please wait at least 2 weeks so we can get used to this new normal.

Thank you in advance

•When you arrive please stay in car call the salon we will then let you know when it’s your time to come in.

•Only client and guardian allowed at time of appointment. All others must wait in the car.

•All guests must wear a mask

with the exception due to medical condition or disability we will be requiring a doctor's note

•If you or your child is not feeling well or have flu like symptoms please do not book or reschedule when better.

If you have any questions or concerns about appointment please contact us phone or message us through Facebook or our email.

Thank you

Daisy Doo’s & Dudes staff

By daisydoos40401816, Sep 30 2015 06:15PM

Things you should know


We have parents come in all the time with question about lice.

Trust me you don't want it!!!!!

at the begining of the school year is when its at its worst. The best defense is Fairy Tales Hair Care products.

The Super Bug they have recently spoke about isn't new its been around for years, the over the counter drug store kits don't work like they used to lice is now immune to it. Scents such as rosemary help keep them away.

What to look for Nits they look like yellowish, brown oval sacs found on the hair, or the bug itself.

How can you protect your children? Never share things that go on the head such as hats, helmets, headbands.....

Don't wash hair everyday lice like clean hair.

Use hair products even if you don't use Fairy Tales use gels or mousses they make the hair dirty.

I hope some of this information has helped.

We are always here if you have any questions.



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