Amy Schiappa’s days of styling hair and running two popular salons with 26 employees have been turned on their head by the coronavirus crisis.

Instead of trimming locks, her time is now spent cutting back, applying for aid, meditating and trying to predict how her high-touch industry can rebound in a post lockdown landscape.

An empty New York City hair salon.(Victor J. Blue/Getty Images) Amy Schiappa’s days of styling hair and running two popular salons with 26 employees have been turned on their head by the coronavirus crisis.

Instead of trimming locks, her time is now spent cutting back, applying for aid, meditating and […]

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