Beauty salons have a reputation for providing the most luxurious experiences possible.
That’s why the price is typically higher than other places of employment, and it’s why many beauty salons shut down in the recession.
But it’s a different story when it comes to what is available for hire.
According to The New York Times, a number of beauty salamps have closed down since January.
These places, which often cater to young and healthy-looking women, were once the jewel of New York City.
They offered a luxurious experience for people looking for a quick fix for an expensive problem, but their popularity has dropped off dramatically since the recession hit.
One such salon, the Beauty Salon Closure at The Crown, closed its doors in February.
According to the Times, the salon had been the top performing beauty salon in the city for a few years.
But now, the majority of its workers have given up looking for work.
“We are a small, but growing, company and we have to be accountable to our customers,” a spokeswoman for the salon told the Times.
“It’s not the money, but the quality of our service that counts.”
The salon’s closure has resulted in many other beauty saloms shutting down as well.
Some of the salons closing down in recent months include the Beauty, Cosmetics and Hair Salon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the New York Public Library, and the Metropolitan Opera House.