Next time you go to get your hair cut, things will look a little different. Although it is still unclear when you will be able to go to your local Toronto hair salon again, many locations have revealed their reopening procedures. Face masks and outdoor waiting areas are just a few things they have planned.\nNarcity reached out to the owners of some of the city's most popular salons for info on how they will run.\nJessica Berswick, who owns the Daughter of Oz Salon in Toronto, told us all about her salon's plans.\nIn her email, Berswick stated that she is extending appointment times to allow for disinfection and limiting the number of guests permitted in the salon to only one at a time.\nShe says that the waiting room will be removed and magazines and drinks will no longer be offered.\nIt will be mandatory for Daughter of Oz clients to wear face coverings during their appointment. Staff will be provided with masks, face shields, and gloves while working.\nView this post on Instagram Update ✨ The Temporary closure of Daughter of Oz Salon has been extended until further notice. It's clear that this situation is evolving, and I remain committed to staying informed and make the best decisions that I can to keep you, myself, my staff, and my community healthy and safe. To all of you who have appointments affected by the closure, I will be in touch to reschedule, and I appreciate your continued patience and support at this time. Thank you to everyone who has reached out over the past few weeks to say hi, check-in, share resources, and send your love. The outpouring of support has been incredible, and means the world to me. To everyone who has asked, gift certificates are available for purchase online, the link can be found in our profile. 10% of every gift certificate sold will be donated to @evasinitiatives & @sisteringdropin , two organizations that are near and dear to my heart, and are on the frontline of this pandemic providing shelter, food, and other invaluable resources to women and youth in our city experiencing homelessness. I miss, and am thinking of all of you during this difficult time. Stay safe, stay inside if you can, and I hope to see you all very soon! -Jess #daughterofozsalon A post shared by Daughter of Oz Salon (@daughterofozsalon) on Mar 27, 2020 at 8:08am PDT\n"Pre-screening will happen both digitally (using an online form) 24 hours in advance of appointments, as well as in-person upon arrival at the salon," she said.\n"Anyone presenting any of the Covid-19 symptoms will be asked to reschedule."\nMeanwhile, other salon owners are asking clients to avoid arriving early for appointments and to prepare to wait outside if necessary.\n"Clients will be encouraged not to arrive early and may be asked to wait outside until the previous client is able to leave," Ashley Brewsmith, founder and creative director of Proudest Pony told Narcity.\n"We are anticipating operating with two stylists at any given time, which would bring our total headcount down to four or five people in the salon," she added.\nOther salons in the GTA are ensuring that clients whose appointments were cancelled during the lockdown are attended to first. Such is the case at Jason Lee Salon, near Yonge and Eglinton.\n"For us, scheduling appointments is where it becomes complicated," founder Jason Lee told Narcity.\n"We have counted that we have 400 already scheduled appointments to get through, and we are going in order starting with the first ones who were cancelled."\nLee also noted that they won't be doing any blowdries to help save time so that they can serve as many customers as possible.\nHe added that four to five people will be allowed in the salon at one time. Staff will wear masks and visors, and acrylic dividers will be installed.\nPremier Doug Ford announced on Monday that some regions of Ontario would enter stage two of the reopening plan on June 12.\nThe move will allow restaurants, salons, and other businesses to reopen. However, Toronto, the GTA and other municipalities still remain in stage one.