A pure hair salon in Bedford–Stuyvesant reopened for enterprise, with security measures in place to forestall the unfold of COVID-19.
It is a salon that is been opened for 14 years and is devoted to sustaining pure hair.
“Sabine’s Hallway affords pure hair care in addition to schooling on their hair care. We do have an esthetician readily available, and we do supply Yoni steaming, so it is not nearly hair. We take it to a different stage,” says Bellevue.
The salon is again open after being closed for 4 months resulting from COVID-19, a closure that Bellevue says took a toll on the enterprise.
“We weren’t having the ability to service anybody and never taking any revenue in, so it was very laborious for us,” she says.
Whereas the hairstylists say they had been down in regards to the salon being closed, they are saying they used that point to channel their emotions into serving to the neighborhood.
They bought began on a brief movie titled, ‘Tradition and Magnificence Past COVID-19,’ as a option to have a good time their Caribbean tradition.
“It is simply the nice contributions that our Caribbean individuals have contributed to New York, in addition to simply what can individuals do so far as via the pandemic as effectively to raised themselves,” Bellevue says.
Now that the salon has reopened, some new security measures embrace, just one consumer being allowed within the salon at a time and sanitizing the salon recurrently.
Because the stylists proceed to welcome purchasers again, they are saying they’re now trying in the direction of the long run.
“As in each disaster that comes, there are alternatives, so Sabine’s Hallway is taking this chance to maneuver the enterprise to a different stage. I am not going to disclose an excessive amount of. Keep tuned and see what our future holds for us, however I can let you know it may be large,” Dickson says.