Hairdressers and Beauty Salons

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    See Hairdressers are about to open but what about Beauty Salons? Many places do both. If the government is really interested in getting the economy going and preserving jobs then they need to get Beauty Salons open. It’s not just women that use them !

    Councillor X
    Councillor X

    I don’t need beauty treatment because people say they broke the mould when they made me.

    I want the pubs to open up safely so I can have a pint with my mates. Not all of them are lucky enough to have a Mrs X so they don’t get much company.

    Wrexview don’t tell my Mrs that the hairdressers are open because I am saving a sack of money while they are closed. I tell her grey and long is the new trend.

    A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.



    It was mentioned on facebook one of the Turkish barbers who charged £9 is now charging £18 disgusting if true



    I have heard a couple of them have been open for a few weeks now, also a tattoo parlour has been doing business.

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