Even as states start to reopen in phases after the coronavirus, things aren't going to go back to normal immediately. As places like beauty salons and spas prepare to accept customers again, there's going to be a little bit of a learning curve for both customers and industry professionals.
Along with other new restrictions to help keep everyone safe, beauty service appointments will most likely involve wearing a face mask for the foreseeable future. This works for things like manicure or pedicure appointments, but what about appointments that physically don't allow for keeping your face covered? Like facials. Los Angeles-based celebrity aesthetician Candace Marino explains what the future looks like for salons and how to go for your facial appointments safely.