Sunshine beauty Salon is closing its doors in Palm Springs, CA after it has not been able to get enough water from the state to treat its patients.
The Palm Springs-based beauty salon said Tuesday it has begun to treat all of its patients with bottled water and will begin a plan to buy water from another supplier.
Sunshine’s decision comes just months after the owners of an indoor beauty salon in Los Angeles were forced to shut their doors after a state of emergency forced them to turn off their sprinklers and turn off water to some of their customers.
Sunshine, founded in 1985, has over 100 locations in California, Nevada, Oregon and Arizona, as well as in Canada, Japan and Russia.
According to the Las Vegas Review Journal, the Sunshine salon was a fixture of Las Vegas’s downtown scene from 1990 to 2012.
The Sunshades, located in Las Vegas and on the Las Olas River, have a large clientele of celebrities and local celebrities.
Its employees were among the first to be hit by the state of water crisis.
More recently, another Sunshade, a popular spa in Los Altos, was forced to close its doors after it was hit by a severe water shortage that affected the city.