Ramona Soto has opened up a beauty salon in the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown and it’s been a long road to get there.
She opened up her salon at 551 S. Figueroa St., which is currently closed for renovations.
Ramona and her partner, Gina Dzubin, are both from Ukraine and they relocated to the Bay Area in 2009 after living in Japan for a year.
Ramana opened her salon in December of last year.
She told us she has a full staff and it is her first beauty salon.
The salon has opened on her first floor and there are four bathrooms on the first floor.
Ramanna said she hopes to open a second salon in Chinatown and bring in more clients and tourists.
“I just love the fact that people come to this salon, it’s just the most beautiful place on earth,” she said.
“People come in here to have a good time, have a massage, and I’m the only person in the whole world who has this beautiful salon.”
Ramona said she wanted to open up the salon in an Asian neighborhood.
She said it was a dream come true to open the salon.
Ramonea said she has found her inspiration in the Asian community and she hopes that her business can serve as a platform for people from other cultures.
Ramonas first salon opened in 2004, when she was still a high school student.
She now runs her salon with her husband and three children.
She is still open year round and has an incredible staff of people who love coming in and helping people.
Ramonna said she is working to build a space that can cater to Asian culture and that has a lot of energy and creativity.
“When you’re opening a business, you have to be patient with your customers, you don’t want to be too busy and too busy for them to come,” she told us.
“You just want to make sure you are really working hard and making sure you have a great experience for your customers.”
Ramona has had some hard times in her life but she said she feels very fortunate to be able to have this beautiful, warm, and welcoming community and to serve people in this wonderful, beautiful place.
“For a long time I didn’t feel welcome in Chinatown because of my nationality and I felt like I was not welcome here, so I have a very positive attitude to it,” she added.
“And I want to do my best to make the most of this community, I want the community to come in, and we have the most amazing people here.”
Ramanna also said that she hopes people from around the world come to her salon and see her beautiful salon and that she is open to being a part of the community.
Ramones sister, Gina, is the manager of the salon and said she also hopes to bring in tourists.
Gina said she came to the salon for the first time in November of last and is very excited to be working with Ramona.
“It’s been very exciting to be part of this, I’m so happy to be here,” Gina said.
Ramónas first smile is the smile that her salon has been getting from visitors, who have come to experience the beauty salon first hand.
She also hopes that people from all over the world can come and feel welcomed and to enjoy themselves in the salon, she added, “When I look at people, I think about them and I try to capture their essence.
I want them to see me and feel me, I love them.”
Ramón’s salon will be open until January 3.
We will keep you updated on this story as more details are revealed.