Sharkey's has always used hospital grade disinfectant and wiped our surfaces vigorously. Now, we will do even more to keep you safe, but we need your help.

What We're Doing

💧 Disinfecting the entire station and equipment between every client.

😷 Wearing masks at all times.

🌡️ Doing temperature and symptom checks upon arrival.

💧 Sanitizing your hands upon arrival.

🚒  Alternating fun cars and seats (including children from the same household). While your little shark may not get the seat he or she wants, they will still have a sharktastic time!

🚿 Washing and sanitizing our hands frequently.


🧼 Sanitizing our front desk, amenities, and all touched surfaces often.

🥤 Offering you bottled water.


💁‍♀️ Making sure you get back to feeling and looking extra fabulous!

What We Need From You

📲 Make your appointment with us. We are unable to accept walk-ins at this time.


⏰ Please arrive on time. If you arrive more than 7 minutes late you will be asked to reschedule.


☎️ Call upon arrival. Please stay in your car or sit on our benches outside and we'll call you when we're ready to serve you.

😷 Everyone in the salon over the age of 2 must wear a mask. Tips from Rady Children's Hospital - San Diego...


👨‍👦 Only one parent per child, if possible. Only one parent can accompany a child inside the salon to help with social distancing.

💳 Pay with credit card (you can also tip with Venmo). Cash payments are temporarily suspended.

🎉 Have fun! While we are taking safety measures, we still want you to enjoy the Sharkey's experience!



We understand some children may be resistant or scared to wear a mask. Below are some helpful tips from Rady Children's Hospital, San Diego to encourage your child to keep their mask on in a fun and child-friendly way.

Use a marker or pen, and ask if your child would like to decorate the front of their mask before they wear it. This allows for your child to feel like they a part of what is being asked of them. It also increases their sense of control and reduces their fear and anxiety through creativity and expression.


Wear a mask with your child, too, or put one on their stuffed animal from home! Modeling is a very powerful tool for younger children to physically see what is being asked of them, and it also helps them to feel less alone and out of control.


If your child appears afraid of the mask, sometimes humor and/or familiarity is a helpful way to decrease anxiety. Phrases and objects children are familiar with can be helpful in these situations:


“This looks like a banana peel! That is so silly!”


“We get to wear a mask just like Darth Vader to keep us safe!”


Provide incentive:


“First, I need you to put your mask on, and then we can watch Paw Patrol on mom’s phone.”


“If you keep your mask on, dad will tell you a funny joke when the doctor is ready to see you.”


Education can also be a powerful tool in empowering children through knowledge. Explain how a mask is something people use to “keep the germs away from their nose and mouth.”



We're making sure our team is meeting or exceeding all guidelines and regulations during this time.