Augusta, California, is known as the town that once made its home in California.
But its residents are now looking to the past for inspiration for what they want to do with their hair.
The city’s oldest and largest salon, Augusta Haus, was once a hot spot for people looking to get their hair done.
Today, Augustas hairdressing salon is in the process of closing its doors.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the city of Auga is hoping to revitalize the area and revitalize its business district.
“It’s just a great place to be a hairdressor and have a good time,” said Augusta resident, Jessica Krakauer.
“I’m going to come back and see what I can do to bring it back.”
In addition to the salon, the area is home to the Augustas restaurant, the Augustan, the October, the December and the Summerhouse.
And while Augusta’s downtown area has a population of roughly 300,000, its residential area is a mere 4,000.
Krakauers mother, Jessica, said she hopes to bring her son back to Augusta for the same reason her family moved to the area in the first place.
“I’m hoping to make this the place to go to and be with your family and make sure you are happy and you have a great time,” she said.
“You can’t do anything about it, but I think we can make it better.”