A CORK beautician who created her own accessible salon after struggling to find wheelchair-friendly workplaces has shed light on the struggles of reopening following Covid restrictions.
Sarah Dullea had been attending Crann in Ovens, a centre providing services to young people with spina bifida and hydrocephalus, when she revealed her wish to own a salon. After months of hard graft and preparation, Sarah opened Sarah’s Art of Beauty on the grounds of the organisation.
Business had been booming. However, after a long closure during lockdown, she admitted that rebuilding her clientele list has been a challenge.
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