With no news of any new arrivals, the Salon Iris has been in a holding pattern since its announcement last week.
The salon, which has been around for almost 25 years, has been under heavy pressure to make a change since it was sold to Lululemon in 2018.
The shop closed for good on March 17 after nearly 40 years of business.
“We have been in this position for a long time,” owner and CEO Linda Loomis told the Guardian in an interview.
“It’s a sad time for us.”
The Illusions have been around since the late ’80s and have been a fixture in the market since then, according to Loomies.
“In the past five years we’ve seen a huge change in the way people are interacting with beauty products and the way they shop,” she said.
“The salon is the perfect example of how people have become more savvy about the beauty industry and it’s the perfect time to get rid of it.”
The Illusions has been sold to a number of different people and brands over the years, but Loomie said that her biggest regret was that the shop didn’t go away.
“Our customers really liked us,” she told the New York Times.
“But the Illuses, we’re just like, we love you, but you’re no longer in business.
We’ll never come back.”
The Illuses closed after its sale to Louloupolis, which had been the sole owner of the business.
The company said it was in discussions with the salon to find a buyer, but it will not be bringing in another staff member.
This is the third time that the salon has closed down in recent years.
In April 2018, it shut its doors, leaving just its employees to run the shop, which was owned by the Loulupolis family.
In April 2019, the shop was sold again to a company called the Lomagnol Group, which then rebranded the shop to Illusions, and is now in the process of making the store open again.
Louloups son, Kevin, is now the head of Illusions.
He told the NYT that the Illusion family had a “very, very hard” time getting the store back up and running again.
“I can’t even tell you how hard it was,” he said.
“I can tell you that it’s been a nightmare.
I have been very, very patient.
And I’ve tried my best to help. “
They have the most beautiful, amazing, innovative product, but they’ve made it hard.
And I’ve tried my best to help.
I hope I’m helping them.”
In an interview with the LA Times last week, Kevin Loulouloupalis said that he was working with Louloppololi to find someone to take over the shop once the shop reopens, but he wouldn’t specify what that company would be.
The shop’s owners said that they were still working to find an independent buyer for the salon.
In an interview published in June 2017, the owners of the salon said they had spent $3.2 million in the past four years, and that it would be a “tough decision” to take it over.
“We’re very grateful to the owners and employees for the years they’ve been with us,” Loulourpas said.