Wild Flower Artist Face and Body Art is developing guidelines and procedures that we will enforce for when we reopen. The close personal contact required to decorate my customers with temporary body art makes it especially challenging yet critically important to accommodate the necessarily social distancing and sanitation at this time.
Post-Coronavirus Henna Tattoo/Body Art Guidelines. Signs will be posted asking customers to follow guidelines at the body art workspace.
- All Henna Body Art services will be performed outdoors.
- Customers and Henna artists must wear face masks.
- Hand washing and sanitizer will be used by customers and Henna artists between each customer.
- Only the person receiving Henna body art will be allowed in the workspace, others must use at least 6 ft social distancing.
- The Henna cone does not touch the skin however for added protection the henna artist will periodically wipe the tip of the henna cone with an alcohol wipe.
- Our company will use a Henna design display instead of a design book. The display will be disinfected after each customer.
- If customers or artists are experiencing symptoms the appointment will be canceled.
As an event entertainment company, I will be "thinking through every touch-point" that needs to be sanitized after each customer as I plan for the reopening of my body art company. I want my customers and artist to feel "safe and comfortable" with extra precautions in place. Keeping my artist and customers safe is my number-one priority for my businesses.
All customers and Artists need to follow these guidelines.