Vine Street Salon

2118 Vine Street Suite D, Berkeley CA 94709

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Vine Street Salon

We are waiting for a date from Alameda County and we are totally prepared to work tomorrow if they let us! There are new rules to make your visit safe .Vine Street Salon has implemented every safety precaution directed by CAL/OSHA Industry Guide for Hair Salons,State Board of Cosmetologist and Barbers, County of Alameda and the City of Berkeley. We got you covered!

Salon Changes: The volume of changes cannot be stressed enough. The entire salon and industry protocols have changed and Vine Street Salon has done its very best to adhere to them! • The overall footprint for the salon has been reduced. • All unnecessary furniture or equipment removed to minimize surfaces. • Extensive changes to all salon protocols for service that include, but, not limited to: a. Not coming to work if sick or feeling sick. b. Temperature check for Staff and Clients with a Health Questionnaire. c. Touchless check-out. d. Masks worn at all times. e. Schedule changes for the entire staff to have 3 full days for client’s convenience. f. Reduced stations from 14 to 8 with no stylist servicing more than 1 client at a time. No additional guests allowed with client except when a Children’s HC. g. Tools, products, and stations are sanitized before and after a client service and before and after their shift. h. No congregating in the staff room, at the desk, in the color room or hallway. i. Sanitizing Stations with hospital grade disinfectant. Must use gloves when handling. j. Gloves worn with the exception of holding tools of the trade in a service. k. No robes allowed & changing room is closed. l. Plexiglas was installed where needed. m. No reusing gloves n. Shampoo bowls and chair is sanitized after each use. o. Signage in obvious places to remind all of us to keep to the new rules. p. Constant diligence by desk and stylists to disinfect all public touchable surfaces. q. Restroom disinfected as often as needed. r. Hand Sanitizers made handy by being in multiple locations throughout the salon. s. Communal use of water cooler and tea are not available at this time. • City of Berkeley Public Health Officer form Covid-19 Site-Specific Protection Plan or SPP available to look at on request via email and additional guidelines by the city. There will be a copy of the SPP available to the public at the salon. The safety of our guests, staff and everyone’s families are the most important rule of all!


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Vine Street Salon has new protocols for every aspect of the salon workings. From new towels to gallons of hand sanitizer. There are new procedures for services that all clients and stylists must follow.

>Please do not come in if sick or feeling like you are getting sick. >Masks are worn the entire time you are in the salon. >Arrive 15 min.early to check-in. >Clients will be checked in 1 at a time using floor markers for safe social distancing. >Clients will be asked questions for health screening. >Once checked-in we will ask you to remain outside the salon until we call or text you to minimize close social contact. Our salon program is being developed to allow you to check in by text. Will keep you posted. >Only 8 stations versus 14 will be in use for safety. Plexiglas has been added where needed. >There will be no robes, so, please dress appropriately. >Let your stylist know if your hair is clean and if you would like your hair blow dried or not. >Your stylist will have a safe check out system and will retrieve any product purchases you  will make and place at the desk. >Our receptionist will take every measure to ensure your product is wiped and bagged. >If you are not booked at your stylist’s station, the receptionist will be happy to do that. >Credit card is a preferred way of paying and all tips go directly to stylists. >The tip envelopes will be on the desk.