Hairdressers, barbers and beauticians can all open their doors from the 10th of May after cabinet signed off on plans to re-open the country.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin confirmed the news in an address to the nation this evening.
May 10th will see much of the country re-open for the first time this year.
All domestic travel restrictions will be lifted, personal services will open, click and collect retail and religious services will return - while Taoiseach Micheál Martin revealed more socialising will be allowed
The full construction sector will be allowed back on May 4th.
June will see the return of hotels, B&Bs, restaurants and pubs on a phased basis around the bank holiday weekend.
Cinemas will also be allowed to open from June 7th.
Matches at non-elite level without supporters will be permitted again from the 7th of June.
Also on that date, gyms and swimming pools will be allowed to re-open.
But the re-opening comes with a warning that it will all depend on how well things go in May.
The government is banking on the vaccine roll-out also ramping up in that time to allow everything opened to stay open.