Weathering the COVID-19 storm: The Parlour Hair & Ink owners get back on track – Tulsa World

Posted in Tattoo Shop on Sep 21, 2020

Sanitation is nothing new to a tattoo artist since they work with bodily fluids. Before COVID-19, tattoo parlors constantly cleaned and disinfected work areas. Now, its even more regimented.

Everyone in the shop is required to wear a mask now and we limit the number of people we come in contact with by taking appointments only. We also regularly disinfect frequently touched surfaces such as door handles and counter tops. Keeping our shop clean, safe and sanitized is nothing new, as we have always applied rigorous cross contamination disinfecting and sanitation standards for the safety of ourselves and our clients. This is required by law, Jamy Magee said.

During the closure, the Magee family stayed busy by leading a neighborhood clean-up, and Erica Magee made masks to supplement the familys income. They also cooked a lot and spent family time together.

Now that things are back to normal, for the most part, the hair and tattoo shop is back in business.

We are fortunate to have clients that want our services; however, we are still unable to run specials that we enjoy such as our $30 Thursdays due to being appointment-only. We will be doing our Stop the Hate in the 918 special on Friday October 23. There will be an outdoor screening area and all Covid precautions will be in place, Jamy Magee said.

The Magees said that if a closure happens again, business owners need to be prepared.

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