NEW YORK — Manhattan salons, which in the summer rely on Thursday afternoons and Friday mornings to generate the majority of weekly sales, were sorely bruised by the blackout.
Some, such as Bumble and bumble, lost as much as $55,000 in sales over the 24-plus hours without power, as the outage abruptly halted business Thursday afternoon and kept salon doors shut Friday. Though most salons reopened Saturday morning, they operated in various degrees of normalcy.
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