The first month was hard, Cordoba told Insider. “There were so many things to remember and so many new processes that it felt very overwhelming,” she said.
Three months later, Fox & Jane hairstylists are seeing an average of three to four clients each day, and the Brooklyn location has been extremely busy.
“We have clients that typically would go into the city locations, and I think that now there’s a lot of people that are uncomfortable taking a train or getting in an Uber, so they’ve been coming to us,” Cordoba told Insider.
The first month back was one of adjustment, but now, she says it feels almost normal.
“COVID is obviously still very much a real thing, but it feels like there’s some sort of normalcy again,” she said, referencing COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. “Minus all of the mask-wearing, it feels like how it felt last summer,” she added.
Here’s an inside look at how hairstylists are operating during the ongoing pandemic.
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