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Coty beauty fund will give $1,000 checks to 200 hairstylists, manicurists hit hard by the pandemic

Posted at 2:17 PM, Apr 29, 2020

CLEVELAND — One of the professions hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic is hairdressers. Coty Professional Beauty, the parent company of brands such as Sassoon and OPI, is offering $200,000 in grants to licensed hairdressers, manicurists and educators who have been hit hard by the pandemic.

The program, launched through the Hairdressers at Heart COVID-19 crisis relief program, will give 200 individuals $1,000 checks.

"This crisis has breached every border and touched every life. Still, we trust the strength of our community to reach even farther. We know the power of artists supporting artists, and with each of these 230 relief checks, we’re helping you cushion the burden of lost business, educational investment and more. As a vital part of this community and industry, we want you to spend these funds in whatever way creates the biggest impact for you," the company said.

Those who would like to apply can do so here.