Most hair salons in Turkey are more than just a venue for hairdressing and beauty care: They are a place where female customers socialize and gossip.
The hairdresser is generally the ultimate source for customers seeking someone to listen to the details of their daily lives and salacious gossip, acting as a "fellow sufferer." Opening up about their personal lives, customers see hair stylists as if they were psychological consultants.
A new regulation, however, will turn this moral duty into a professional one, requiring hairdressers to keep a customer's information about their private lives secret and barring them from speaking about private matters with other customers.
A number of professional regulations on hairdressing have been put into force to improve the reliability of hair salons. The professional standards prepared by the Confederation of Turkish Tradesmen and Craftsmen will urge hairdressers to have additional training on hygiene, health and psychology.
Hairdressers' elocutionary skills will also be more important for customer satisfaction. Allergy testing will also be required for customers who try cosmetic products for the first time in salons.
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