COVID-19 Updates

Dear clients:

As many of you are aware, barbershops and salons were moved into Phase One of the City's Back-to-Business Framework for Memphis and Shelby County. Since the re-opening of our barbershops on May 12, 2020, the safety of our team members and clients continue to be at the forefront of every decision we make.

We will continue to daily monitor recommendations from the CDC and local government officials making adjustments in areas needed to ensure that this remains our first priority. Additional safety protocols have been implemented and all team members have been trained on additional sanitary and safety measures.

To learn more about our COVID-19 Preparedness plan, please see below. We are STILL in this together and look forward to serving you during your next visit.

Best regards,

Dara Vongphrachanh
Founder & Owner




  • Select staff will be available beginning May 12, 2020 with additional team members coming onboard once the occupancy capacity is lifted above 50%.
  • Stations will be 10 feet apart and sanitized using hospital grade disinfectant between each appointment.
  • Employees are screened for illness prior to beginning work every day and are required to wear a face mask/shield and gloves.
  • Our self-serve coffee station and water fountains will be temporarily closed.
  • As we have always done, we will follow all State of Tennessee guidelines for the sanitation of salon tools and implements.



  • Walk-Ins are not permitted and clients will be seen by appointment only. A valid credit card will be required to secure your appointment. Clients will also have the option to store payments online for contactless payment.
  • Clients are asked to wait outside and only enter the premises once a member of our team has confirmed that your appointment is ready. Clients will be notified by SMS.
  • Temperature checks and masks are required for customers during their appointments.
  • Unless the customers is a minor, no non-customer companions are allowed during a service.
  • Clients are asked to cancel their appointment(s) if they have a fever or any other symptoms of COVID-19.


Last updated 7/29/20 at 6:25 p.m.

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