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Unemployed hair colorist gets creative during coronavirus shutdown

Elisha Rivera is a hair colorist at Cutler Salon in New York City. But with their four salons shut down, Rivera went from making around $2,000 a week to making nothing at all. Rivera says she's spent hours on hold trying to get through to unemployment and now, she's looking for creative ways to make income while she's stuck at home. One idea: she's offering to mail clients custom "color care packages," that they can apply at home for a fee far less than they would spend at the salon.
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