How the pandemic has the global wig business hanging by a thread

//How the pandemic has the global wig business hanging by a thread

How the pandemic has the global wig business hanging by a thread

American hair salon owner Nik Smith-Serrano has been desperate for any signs that a border half a world away will reopen soon.Smith-Serrano’s Azul Hair Collection salon in Atlanta, Georgia, is running out of stock of premium lace wigs, which are usually assembled by hand in North Korea, a major manufacturing hub for Chinese companies.Since borders around the world began closing to try to contain the coronavirus pandemic, it has become almost impossible to ship the materials for the wigs,…

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By | 2021-05-23T14:00:26+00:00 May 23rd, 2021|Headlines|Comments Off on How the pandemic has the global wig business hanging by a thread