The salon at Coco, one of the oldest beauty salons in Europe, is located on the shores of Lake Como.
But it is a different place to a salon like the one you’ll find in Manhattan’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.
There are few signs of life.
The door is locked.
You can’t see the street beyond the glass walls.
The walls are covered in graffiti.
The decor is simple: black, white and gold.
“I can’t imagine how it must feel to come to this place and look around,” says Cristina Casal, a Portuguese-American who works at Coco.
Casa’s hair is so beautiful that she had to change it three times, before it fit perfectly.
“It’s really important that I find something that fits my style, and I’m happy that I can.
I can’t wait to start a new day and do it again.”
When I visited, Coco was in the process of changing its locks, but it had already been transformed.
In this image, Coco Beauty is located in Lisbon, Portugal.
A large mural of a man is shown in front of the salon.
Source: Coco Beauty Salon in Lisbon.
But Coco isn’t the only beauty salon that has transformed since the 19th century.
On the outskirts of Lisbon, I met up with a group of Portuguese women who had been working there for several years.
They were also looking for a new salon.
“I’m from Portugal,” one of them said.
They have been working at Coco for nearly 20 years, and they are still looking for something new.
The salon, called Coco, is situated on the shore of Lake Superior.
It is owned by Cristina’s sister, Ana.
It was built in 1854.
Founded by her sister, the salon is a haven for the Portuguese-born Portuguese-Americans of the United States.
They settled here after the American Civil War, when they were forced to flee from the British Empire.
Its owner, Cristina, is a Portuguese woman.
She works from a small kitchen and washes her hair before going to the salon for the day.
You can see Cristina in this image.
When she was younger, Cristi lived in a small village called Algarve.
She remembers the day when she was offered a job.
Her family would work in the factory to make shoes.
Image: The Portuguese- American community in Algarves.
The owner, Ana, opened Coco in 1859.
During the 1930s, she took on the work of another woman who was living in the nearby town of Santo Domingo.
That woman was Maria Isabel de Perna.
She had a reputation for being a great stylist and, according to some, one who had the right kind of hair.
Maria Isabel de Ceausescu, who lived in Algiers from 1770 to 1775, became a well-known stylist in the country.
What did she do to attract the attention of the Portuguese?
Maria’s husband, Francisco de Cessa, became president of the country from 1799 to 1800.
At that time, he was known as a reformer.
He helped bring about the reforms that made Portugal one of Europe’s great industrial powers.
Today, Maria is remembered for her reforms, but her roots are in Alga.
And in 1872, a large group of workers from Portugal, the US, France and the United Kingdom began to come and work in Brazil.
With the arrival of workers, they started to come here to work.
This is the story of how these Portuguese immigrants ended up here.
Ana was working at a local shoe factory.
She was offered the job of stylist, and it was there she started her career.
From that day forward, she became known as the “Queen of Portugal”.
She had a very close relationship with the owners of the factory, and she would go to the shop to ask them to fix their shoes.
“I could not ask them what I needed,” she told me.
After she began her job, she saw her new colleagues in their uniforms.
How did she start working for the workers?
“My father taught me,” she said.
“He told me to dress up.
And when I started to dress, I felt like I was part of a family.
And I did not want to be part of that family.”
The next day, the workers were told to leave their uniforms at the factory.
As a result, they went out on the street to work, and Ana started to learn the trade.
Once she got to know the workers, she started working for them too.
Eventually, she was hired to work in her