A trip to the hairdressers has long been considered a luxurious experience.
The days of having a glamorous hair stylist tend to your tresses could soon be over though, if a new EU regulation comes into force.
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Hairdressers' fashion-forward wardrobes have come under fire in new EU laws, which claim wearing high heels and jewellery could be deemed a health and safety issue.
As a result, meddlesome eurocrats are suggesting stylists opt for non-slip soles and ditch the jewellery - which is deemed "unhygenic" in the salon.
Apparently, watches and rings should be avoided as the skin underneath them gets damp and "is particularly prone to disease."
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That's not all either, as hairdressers would be told not to do too many haircuts in one day as it could lead to "emotional collapses."
If plans were put into place, it could cost the industry a whopping £75 million a year, as well as sending the cost of a haircut soaring.
Thankfully, ministers in the UK are trying to block the proposals - in an attempt to safeguard the era of the glam hair salon.
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