Wales' First Minister was asked why beard trims were good and eyebrow waxes bad - he had an answer
Mr Drakeford appeared on Capital South Wales Drive with Josh and Kelly on Wednesday, and was asked about his thoughts on the subject.
A listener, named Leigh Catherine, asked why women still couldn't have their eyebrows waxed as a part of the question session.
The caller asked: "Hi First Minister, my name is Leigh-Catherine, I have a business within the beauty industry in Cardiff.
"I would love for you to answer me please, on why men can have their beards trimmed, but women cannot get their eyebrows waxed?
"Many women and beauty industry colleagues would love to know."
The First Minister replied: "Well, the first thing to say is our advice is that people shouldn’t get their beards trimmed.
" Coronavirus enters the body through the mouth, the nose and even through the eyes.
"So the more you are face to face with somebody, the greater the risk becomes.
"And so, when you’re doing eyebrow work, you’re inevitably looking right into the face of the person that you are working with.
"So, sometimes you know, if you’ve got a real dental problem for example, you need treatment and the dentist will be up close with you but if it isn’t necessary, if it’s a ‘like to have’ rather than a ‘need to have’, for now, our advice is you should avoid it.
"So I’m very glad the beauty parlours and beauty salons are re-opened in Wales, there’s loads of things people can do, and my advice at the moment is to focus on the things you can do, that you weren’t able to do even a couple of weeks ago, and then, if we can make a success of that, and if coronavirus goes on falling in Wales, then the point may come when it’s safe to do other things as well.
"But face to face stuff is the most risky of all. For now, it’s not safe."
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