A month ago, Tina Lutz opened the first salons of her new brand, SARA Beauty Salon.
It was an ambitious project.
Lutz had spent two years traveling the country in pursuit of her dream to open her own salon.
But in the meantime, she had become so accustomed to living a life of luxury, she said, that she had lost touch with her clients.
That was when she had a moment of inspiration.
But for the first few weeks, it was the site of a series of angry tweets from employees, many of whom were upset about what they saw as the loss of dignity and respect from the salon. “
Lutz’s salon opened its doors on June 4.
But for the first few weeks, it was the site of a series of angry tweets from employees, many of whom were upset about what they saw as the loss of dignity and respect from the salon.
The first salon, the salon’s namesake, was shut down after a public outcry.
On June 6, the owner of SARA, Tania Williams, was fired, as were the owners of the salon, who were subsequently fired as well.
Then on June 14, after an angry Facebook post, Lutz tweeted that she would be open again, but only if the salon had the “support” of the community.
Lulu Sarras’ salons are open again after being shut down.
Photo by Tina Luttis The backlash was swift.
People shared photos of the shuttered salons, with people expressing their frustration on social media.
A post on SARA’s Facebook page read: “We have received a lot of hate messages.
The owners and employees have been extremely vocal about their feelings about the closure of the SARA Salon and they are very concerned about the safety and well-being of the customers and staff.
“The backlash on social medias like Instagram, where many users commented about the salons closure, had led to a flurry of tweets, comments and posts on the salon and Williams’ personal Facebook page.
The salon owners had responded to the criticism, saying that the employees had not been paid since they left.
They said that they were still trying to find their employees, which was an attempt to get more support from the community, but were being met with criticism from the public.
It also led to some people calling the salon a scam and the salon owners a “puppet” for Trump.
“They were hired as a front to get a quick buck on the Trump campaign.” “
SARA was not a salon in the sense that the name itself was a fake name,” wrote one user.
“They were hired as a front to get a quick buck on the Trump campaign.”
The owner, who also goes by Tania, told TheAtlantic.com that she didn’t intend to shut down the salon because she was angry.
She said that she was trying to make people feel like they had a place to call home.
She also pointed out that she has “had a number of people come to my salon and say that the staff are so lovely, so kind, that they will come back every day and help me out and give me a hand.
They have made a huge difference.”
When the salon was closed down, Luttys daughter Sara was fired from the same job as Williams.
Lutt’s daughter, Sarah Lutz, was hired by Williams, the mother of her son, to open a salons in her own neighborhood.
The staff at Sara were “pretty distraught” when the salon closed, Lutts daughter said.
The owner of Sara, Tani Williams, left her job to open up her own salons.
“I think people have a sense of entitlement to what they feel is their right,” Lutt told TheDC.
“We are a business, we are a family.
We are all people.
I think people see a way of life where they feel entitled to it.”
In the meantime Lutz is open again and the owners and staff are working to find new locations.
Lutys son Sara Lutz (right) has opened up her salon.
Photo via Tani Luttises Instagram account.
In addition to opening her own Salon in New York, Luts daughter has also opened a salon in her hometown of Chicago.
The family said that Sara and her family had also planned to open their own salon in Florida, but the project fell through.
“It’s been a real struggle to get this going, to keep this going,” said Lutt.
“My heart goes out to the families of all the women who have been fired for trying to do this right, and I think there is a lot more work to be done to make this right.”
Lutts daughter has not been shy about voicing her concerns.
In a video posted to her Instagram account, she wrote, “What about the men?
Do we give up?”
Lutt said that her goal was to bring in new people to the salon