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09/04/2020
Onyx Hair Salon

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Just because we’re in lockdown doesn’t mean we can’t get our locks done, right?

Onyx Hair Salon is still open for business by appointment only, and the team are taking all the necessary precautions set by government health authorities to stop the spread of COVID-19 and keep their clients and themselves safe.

They are limiting appointments to one at a time, and on the rare occasion there is more than one client in the salon they will ensure social distancing restrictions are adhered to by keeping clients at least 2m apart.

It goes without saying that all work areas are thoroughly sanitised and disinfected between each appointment.

Zak and Jess appreciate your ongoing support during this difficult time and hope to see you soon for your next cut, blow wave or colour – you’ll be in and out before you know it!

33 Ranelagh Drive, Mount Eliza
9787 6955 or 0422 040 285
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