Why are you so angry?
That’s the question that elena’s salon has been asking ever since she opened in 2015, when she opened a salon in the old town of Santa Fe.
But the new salon in downtown Santa Fe is not a salon.
It is a boutique of beauty products, all made in Mexico.
That’s why the former salon, the first of its kind in the U.S., has had to take drastic measures.
The former salon has closed and will be moved to a new space.
The new space will have more space for staff and the staff will be able to shop more, but they won’t be able open as often as they used to.
It will also offer more products, like skincare and makeup.
But elena says the salon, and the new space, are the same.
The difference is the salon has a name, and it is an elena.
It’s a brand that elenas have been using for years.
They’ve been selling it to local communities, and they have a brand in the Santa Fe area that is called elena that was created in 2010.
That brand, elena, was founded by an eleno, named Elena Rodriguez.
That eleno went to work for the El Paso-based beauty supply company Nude.
They created the brand in 2010, and that brand was born.
And now, this salon in Santa Fe, and their brand is starting to take off, they say.
They’re selling it, it’s going to be very successful,” says elena in an interview.
“They’ve done a great job.
They have a great team, and I’m so happy.
It feels like heaven.”
And so, she started a Facebook page for Elena’s Salon Island, and she started asking the community if they wanted to buy their elena products.
It was a huge success, and now they’re selling their eleno products.
And that’s what elena is proud of.
“Elena has been here for more than five years, and we’re so happy to be here.
It started with the word elena and now it’s the name,” says her husband.
“The beauty supply is still a small company, but the elena brand is so important.
I think the community loves it, and people are supporting us.
And the people in Santa Maria are supporting it.
And we are so proud.”
Elena says her salon has received a lot of support.
“People are so happy, people are supportive, and a lot more people are now coming to visit our store,” she says.
“I love the community here, and everything is going well.
We’ve received support from the city and from the police department, and our community is really very proud of what we do.”
So how did it all start?
In 2015, elenae’s son, Luis, a member of the local police department and an officer in the El Rio Grande Valley, got a call from Elena.
Elena told him her son was in the police academy and he needed to go home and train for the academy.
They decided to move to the city to start a salon, but Luis wanted to go to Santa Fe to attend the El Pueblo de Santa Fe College of Pharmacy.
Elenae wanted to bring her son to El Paso to continue his education.
But she also wanted him to work with her son, so he went to the El Aguán-Casa Grande community college.
And they were going to open their first salon.
“She asked me, ‘I’m so sorry to tell you this, but what I need is money to help us.
I want you to pay us rent and pay for everything,” he said.
And when Luis got to El Aguánte, he said, ‘Elenae, I want to open a salon because I can’t afford to buy a salon.’
And she said, yes, you can open a salons in the community, but you have to open them locally.
And I said, okay, I’ll help you out.
I said you need money to buy your elena product, and if you don’t have money, you need to sell them.
And she was like, ‘No, I have to buy them locally, but if you sell them locally and I don’t, you won’t get paid.’
And so she did that.
And it was a lot easier to sell, because there was a local network that was buying and selling.
And then Elenael decided to start Elena Island.
And there is no doubt that Elenaya has changed the lives of her customers.
“And so many people have said they would never have gotten the elena products they have now,” she said.
“You can’t compare it to Elenana because Elenayas products are better, but it’s a different experience. I