The stay-at-home order in Massachusetts expired on May 18, and waxing salons have since reopened.
Personal care businesses began reopening in Michigan in early June. Waxing salons have been allowed to reopen.
Minnesota's stay-at-home order expired in May and salons have reopened with restrictions.
Mississippi's shelter-in-place order expired on May 11. This allowed waxing salons to reopen but as more cases pop up, certain counties may be required to close.
Gradual reopenings started in Missouri on May 4. This includes waxing salons, although strict restrictions are in place.
Montana's stay-at-home order expired April 26 and like other states, it plans to reopen businesses in phases. As of May 4, waxing salons could reopen as long as social distancing was observed.
Nebraska never had a stay-at-home order in effect and as of May 4, waxing salons were allowed to reopen with a limited capacity of 10 people, as long as face masks are worn.
Nevada let its stay-at-home order expire on May 9. Waxing salons have since been allowed to reopen.
New Hampshire modified its stay-at-home order, allowing waxing salons to reopen as long as face masks are worn.
New Jersey started reopening in June, but has since paused to contain any further spread of COVID-19. Waxing salons are still allowed to operate with restrictions in place.
Three northwestern counties in New Mexico with a high number of cases were shut down, but waxing salons in most parts of the state have been allowed to open.
Aside from New York City (which is in a modified third stage), most of New York state has entered the fourth stage of reopening which means waxing salons are back in operation.
North Carolina's stay-at-home order expired on May 22, allowing salons to reopen. It's unclear if this includes waxing salons, too.
Although North Dakota didn't have a statewide stay-at-home order, many businesses did close due to restrictions. Those restrictions have since been listed as of May 1 and waxing salons have reopened.
Ohio's stay-at-home order will expire May 29, but as of May 15, waxing salons have reopen under strict rules.
A formal stay-at-home order was never issued in Oklahoma. As of April 24, waxing salons were allowed to open with restrictions.
Oregon entered a three-phase regional reopening on May 15. While hair salons have reopened, waxing salons are still closed.
As of July 3, all of Pennsylvania was in the last phase of reopening. This allows waxing salons to reopen.
Starting in June, Rhode Island allowed hair and waxing salons to reopen.
Personal care businesses in South Carolina have reopened, including waxing salons.
No stay-at-home order was ever issued in South Dakota, but businesses are required to follow CDC guidelines for operating.
Tennessee's stay-at-home order expired April 30 and is slowly reopening nonessential businesses. Each county is to follow its own individualized plan.
The stay-at-home order in Texas expired April 30 and certain businesses, including waxing salons, reopened May 8.
Utah did not have a statewide stay-at-home order, but waxing salons did have to temporarily close doors before being allowed to reopen on May 1.
Vermont's stay-at-home order expired on May 15, allowing waxing salons to reopen.
Virginia's stay-at-home order expired June 10 and waxing salons have opened their doors again.
Businesses in Washington, like waxing salons, started reopening in May.
West Virginia's stay-at-home order expired on May 3 and waxing salons have reopened.
Wisconsin's stay-at-home order lifted on May 13, but it's unclear if waxing salons have been permitted to reopen.
Wyoming is another state without a formal, statewide stay-at-home order, meaning waxing salons were allowed to reopen starting May 1.
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