New York City is poised to become the first city in the US to offer beauty salons and salons for women who need to be home by 6am every day.
The city’s newest beauty salon is being named for beauty salon pioneer and actress, Greta Garbo, who died in January.
The New York Times has reported that the salon will be located in a former beauty salon called the Garbo Salon, located in the Bronx, which is owned by the Garbos and was once a thriving salon.
A representative for the Garbios told the New York Post that the location was originally intended to be a home for a beauty salon.
It has since been converted into a salon for women and children who have special needs, according to the paper.
The New York Daily News said the salon would be the first beauty salon in the United States that offers services from both men and women, with a focus on helping women transition back to their daily lives after undergoing plastic surgery.
The salon will offer services including hair styling, makeup, hair care and personal care.
The company has previously opened beauty saloons in cities including Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
The company’s founder, Stephanie Garbo has been featured in magazines and appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show.
The Garbias opened a salon in Chicago in 2015.
A spokesperson for the beauty salon said in a statement: “We are thrilled to open a beauty clinic in New york, NY, a city of beauty, and hope that our new salon will inspire women to live their lives as they want to and have the confidence to achieve their dreams.
We are looking forward to sharing our experiences and learning from our colleagues, and are looking to partner with other great beauty salONA, a leading global beauty company.”
The company previously opened a beauty saloon in Atlanta.