BOOTS is set to reopen its beauty halls from next month and the retailer has revealed a first glimpse of how stores will look.
New pictures show beauty counter staff wearing gloves and a face visor while serving customers.
Beauty counter staff will still be able to give make-up advice, but this service will be revised so there is no contact between workers and shoppers.
Other changes include no testers for make-up and perfumes.
When they eventually return, testers won’t be on public display in the beauty aisles, and will be dispensed by a beauty adviser.
Beauty halls are set to reopen from June 15, in line with the government easing its lockdown restrictions.
To keep customers safe, shoppers will be asked to maintain a two distance space and there will be hand sanitiser stations dotted around stores.
Boots will also start trialling online appointments with beauty specialists, to accommodate customers who don’t want to leave their home.
Boots has remained open during the coronavirus crisis, with the exception of its in-store beauty and fragrance counters.
The retailer, which was classed as an essential store during lockdown, made the decision to temporarily close its counters on March 24.