Southwest Park Barber Shop 3107 S 14th St, Abilene, TX, 79605 325-692-4165. Sport Clips 4217 Southwest Dr, Abilene, TX, 79606 325-793-2200. Studio 29 Salon Studio 29 Salon 3266 Chimney Rock Rd, Abilene, TX, 79606 325-698-2929. Studio Nine 732 S Leggett Dr, Abilene, TX, 79605 325-695-0040. Sublime Wellness, P 500 Chestnut St Ste 815, Abilene, TX, 79602 240-205-3512.
Sun Seekers 566 E Ambler Ave, Abilene, TX, 79601 325-437-3010. Supercuts 4603 S 14th St, Abilene, TX, 79605 325-695-7476. Susanna James Monat 1 Circle One, Abilene, TX, 79606 325-977-2410. T G & Company 3129 S Danville Dr, Abilene, TX, 79605 325-677-2566. Teddy's Barber Shop 3107 S 14th St, Abilene, TX, 79605 325-692-4165. Texas College of Cosmetology 117 Sayles Blvd, Abilene, TX, 79605 325-677-0532. Texas Hcs South Inc 2418 Button Willow Pkwy, Abilene, TX, 79606 325-698-8672. Texas Hcs South Inc 902 Pardoners Rd, Abilene, TX, 79602 325-676-3158.
Texas Hcs South Inc 3018 Rex Allen Dr, Abilene, TX, 79606 325-695-3324. The Frank Rose Salon 1998 Industrial Blvd, Abilene, TX, 79602 325-691-1545. The Hair Parlor 3347 S 2nd St Ste 4, Abilene, TX, 79605 325-676-3359. The Hen Shack 301 E South 11th St, Abilene, TX, 79602 325-672-0533. The Industry Beauty Boutique 702 S Leggett Dr, Abilene, TX, 79605 325-704-4497. Timeless Permanent Cosmetics 1802 Edgemont Dr, Abilene, TX, 79602 325-660-5836. Top Notch Cuts & Perms 2602 S 14th St, Abilene, TX, 79605 325-695-7109. Truly Blessed 4150 S Danville Dr, Abilene, TX, 79605 325-268-4224. Truly Blessed Barber Shop 401 Pine St, Abilene, TX, 79601 325-704-5054. Truly Divalicious Hair & Fashion Boutique 3301 S 14th St Ste 16, Abilene, TX, 79605 219-359-6335. Vanity's Salon 3146 S 11th St, Abilene, TX, 79605 325-232-7019. Vendetta's Salon and Day Spa 4526 S 14th St, Abilene, TX, 79605 325-692-6675. VIP Nails & Spa 3226 S Clack St Ste A, Abilene, TX, 79606 325-480-4758. We Care Hair 4462 Buffalo Gap Rd, Abilene, TX, 79606 325-691-0063. West Texas Clinical Skin Care Center 2233 S Danville Dr, Abilene, TX, 79605 325-695-4439. Westwood Salon 3536 N 6th St, Abilene, TX, 79603 325-677-8841. Wilkerson Barber Shop 109 Sayles Blvd, Abilene, TX, 79605 325-672-1007. Wilkerson's Barber Shop 4201 N 1st St, Abilene, TX, 79603 325-672-1007. Your Salon by Brandy 3222 N 1st St, Abilene, TX, 79603 325-677-9586. 'I think it was a joke.' Some question delay in reopening spas, salons in Abilene. Here are 5 ways you can maintain your mental health in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic Wochit. Greg Abbott as splitting hairs when he issued new guidelines to reopen some businesses – but not salons, barber shops and spas – on Friday following stay-at-home orders to slow the spread of COVID-19. Nonessential retailers, restaurants, malls, movie theaters, state museums and churches and places of worship can reopen, with some limitations, including occupancy reduced to 25 percent capacity and promoting safe distancing practices. "I think it was just a joke that we would be reopening movie theaters, yet specialty services like barbers, hair stylists, massage therapists, estheticians, who deal with real issues from helping from everything from grooming to personal hygiene, would not be included in that," said Brian Holamon, medical massage practitioner and owner of Revive Life Spa.
Twyla Foreman, who has worked as an esthetician for almost three years alongside her singing and songwriting career, said extensive training has better prepared workers in the hair and skin care industry for returning to the public front lines than some in other businesses. "We're trained for protecting ourselves and our clients. Wearing masks and gloves, and sanitizing supplies and work stations after each client's facial, eyebrow tattoo, waxing or other service is standard practice, Foreman said. She sees a client by appointment and has plenty of masks, gloves and sanitizing supplies because the products are used frequently each day. There are safe ways to work close to clients, Foreman said. "We're getting in their space, but we're licensed to do that, and we also know how to protect them from those things in that setting," Foreman said. "It's interesting to us, spending all this money on training to teach us how to take care of potentially infectious diseases in between clients that we're the last ones (to open)." Holamon also believes those in his field are prepared to operate safely. "We go through hundreds of hours of training on personal hygiene. It's not like letting us launch back into society practicing is going to harm society," Holamon said. "If anyone, we're a lot more cautious than restaurants are." Before the salons and spas were closed, Holamon instituted additional safety measures, such as checking clients' temperatures and having them wash their hands before a session.
"The way I see it from this pandemic, is that it's time for businesses to evolve and to become functioning at a higher level of sanitation," he said. "That should not be a burden; that should be easy to do, especially when you're working directly with people and their skin and their health." Political viewpoint. Stan Lambert, R-District 71, whose district includes Abilene, weighed in publicly on the issue with a Facebook post Tuesday, saying cosmetologists, barbers, estheticians and other beauty workers also should be allowed to reopen. They can "operate their businesses in a safe and responsible manner," Lambert wrote. "They are licensed and regulated by the the state after many hours of training, certification exams and inspections." Excluding those salons and other beauty businesses is akin to the government picking winners and losers, he said Wednesday in an interview with the Reporter-News.