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The pandemic has affected all of us, individually and collectively. It will likely change the world as we know it forever, including the beauty world. Going to salons and spas, shopping for cosmetics, beauty trends, and beauty brands will all be impacted. So what can we expect moving forward? We spoke to experts in every single category of beauty to find out how the industry will shift in the short-term and what evolutions they predict will last. Here’s what we learned. 

Consultations will likely go virtual, occurring prior to the appointment, according to Rachel Bodt, a celebrity colorist in NYC. This will help keep appointments within their designated time slot (since salons will be aiming to prevent client overlap), prevent unnecessary contact, and also help solve the communication issues that arise when both parties are wearing masks and reading lips in a noisy salon isn’t possible, explains Jacob Khan, Goldwell Partnering Artist and salon owner in Atlanta (which re-opened on May 5th). “It also gives us a chance to catch up, as we usually would in the salon,” Bodt adds. “I’m super excited about virtual consultations,” says Sam Divine, owner of Society salon in Los Angeles. “It gives our guests plenty of time to talk through all their ideas and gives our team the opportunity to plan out the best course of action.”

 
 

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The pandemic has affected all of us, individually and collectively. It will likely change the world as we know it forever, including the beauty world. Going to salons and spas, shopping for cosmetics, beauty trends, and beauty brands will all be impacted. So what can we expect moving forward? We spoke to experts in every single category of beauty to find out how the industry will shift in the short-term and what evolutions they predict will last. Here’s what we learned.

The pandemic has affected all of us, individually and collectively. It will likely change the world as we know it forever, including the beauty world. Going to salons and spas, shopping for cosmetics, beauty trends, and beauty brands will all be impacted. So what can we expect moving forward?

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The pandemic has affected all of us, individually and collectively. It will likely change the world as we know it forever, including the beauty world. Going to salons and spas, shopping for cosmetics, beauty trends, and beauty brands will all be impacted. So what can we expect moving forward? We spoke to experts in every single category of beauty to find out how the industry will shift in the short-term and what evolutions they predict will last. Here’s what we learned.

  • The pandemic has affected all of us, individually and collectively.It will likely change the world as we know it forever, including the beauty world. Going to salons and spas, shopping for cosmetics, beauty trends, and beauty brands will all be impacted. So what can we expect moving forward?

 

  • We spoke to experts in every single category of beauty to find out how the industry will shift in the short-term and what evolutions they predict will last. Here’s what we learned.

 

  • Consultations will likely go virtual, occurring prior to the appointment, according to Rachel Bodt, a celebrity colorist in NYC. This will help keep appointments within their designated time slot (since salons will be aiming to prevent client overlap), prevent unnecessary contact, and also help solve the communication issues that arise when both parties are wearing masks and reading lips in a noisy salon isn’t possible, explains Jacob Khan, Goldwell Partnering Artist and salon owner in Atlanta (which re-opened on May 5th). “It also gives us a chance to catch up, as we usually would in the salon,” Bodt adds. “I’m super excited about virtual consultations,” says Sam Divine, owner of Society salon in Los Angeles. “It gives our guests plenty of time to talk through all their ideas and gives our team the opportunity to plan out the best course of action.”
 
 

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