It's the day many of us have been waiting for since March. 

The first haircut after lockdown will be a moment of genuine joy as it's another step forward in our new normal.

You may not have been brave enough to take the scissors to your own locks, and subsequently seen unwanted and unprecedented hair growth over the past few weeks.

Therefore, we want to see your before and after pictures. From caveman to groomed God, from woman of the wild to hair Goddess.

We will feature as many as possible - we want the weird, wonderful and eyecatching.

Lockdown hair: Before and after

Send us your before and after pictures of your hair if you're one of the lucky ones getting a haircut this weekend.

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Here's what you can expect when you enter the salon from Saturday

What can I expect when I enter the hair salon?

Markings on the floor will show where people should sit, and customers will be encouraged to turn up to their appointment exactly on time rather than congregating in waiting areas.

If there is a queue, this should be outside with social distancing in place, and people should aim to attend appointments on their own.

Customers can expect to be seated away from others and side-to-side, with at least one metre (and preferably two) between themselves and other clients.

Till points will have perspex screens between customers and cashiers, and doors and windows will be kept open to increase ventilation.

Using screens to create a physical barrier between workstations, where this is practical, is also recommended.

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What about face coverings?

Hairdressers must wear a protective visor that extends below their chin, but do not need to wear an additional face mask.

Customers can choose to wear a face covering if they wish to but this is not mandatory.

Will I get my usual coffee and magazine?

Do not expect a coffee. Customers will be encouraged to bring their own drinks, otherwise disposable cups may be used in the salon.

Magazines have been ditched due to the risk of transferring Covid-19 via surfaces.

Music must also be turned down low so that people do not end up shouting to one another, which increases the risk of transmitting the virus.

Having a blow dry is not banned under the guidance.