Heather is back!
Heather Mercer, a Winnipeg born Master Stylist reunites with the Edward Carriere team, where she began her career. A veteran of 18 years in the industry, Heather’s career highlights include numerous television credits, including: The Marilyn Denis Show, The Social, and Your Morning. Heather is a barber specialist, excels at precision cutting and lived-in color techniques. A sought-after bridal stylist, her craft has taken her as far Ocho Rios, Paris, Vienna and Budapest. For the last 8 plus years, Heather led, managed and mentored stylists at The Loft, Toronto. She is passionate about continuing education (Sassoon, L’Oreal, Goldwell, Redken, Kevin Murphy) and lifelong learning. Heather will be starting on October 26th! To book your appointment please give us a call 204.987.6441! Welcome back Heather!
We are asking that clients wait in their vehicles until they are called by their stylists and asked to come in. All clients will have to wear a face mask before entering the salon and will be asked to sanitise their hands, have their temperature taken and answer the questionnaire below. All the above must be adhered to or clients will be kindly asked to reschedule their appointment. All salon seating is be 6 feet apart. There will be no magazines or toys and coffee or refreshments will not be served.
1 Have you had any of the following symptoms in the last 24 hours?
a) Fever greater than 37.5C (99.5F), shakes or chills
b) New or worsening cough
c) New or worsening shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
d) Other symptoms such as muscle aches, fatigue, headache, sore throat, runny nose, diarrhea, generally feeling unwell
2 Have you had close contact (face to face contact within 2 meters/6 feet) with someone who is ill with any of the above symptoms
3 Have you travelled outside of the country or east of Terrace Bay in the last 14 days
4 Have you been in contact with someone that is confirmed to have COVID-19 in the last 14 days
5 Have you had exposure to COVID-19 patients or exposure while Yes No working with COVID19 specimens in laboratory settings