It was the $45 blow-out seen around the world.
Four months ago salon owner Erica Kious was in the middle of a media firestorm after she gave security camera footage of Nancy Pelosi at her San Francisco Beauty salon to a friend who passed it on to the media.
DailyMail.com caught up with the salon owner and stylist on Tuesday as she made a visit to the window display at Kitson in Los Angeles that showcases a still image of the incident.
'I had to see this for myself!' she said.
In the window was a blown up photo of Pelosi in Erica's salon, with the quote 'Rules for thee not for me!'.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Erica said she loved Kitson's decision to add a Santa hat to the Speaker of the House's head to make it more festive. 'That hair color box is a nice touch,' she said laughing.
DailyMail.com caught up with salon owner Erica Kious on Tuesday as she visited a window display at Kitson in Los Angeles that shows a photo of Pelosi in her salon
Erica, the owner of the e Salon SF, exposed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's maskless trip to her business in August. Pelosi is seen on the leaked security footage
Back on September 1, Nancy Pelosi was quickly branded a 'hypocrite' for not wearing a mask while inside Erica's salon for a wash and blow-out, at a time when salons were closed due to pandemic related state and local ordinances.
Erica tells DailyMail.com that what people didn't realize is how fed up she was at the point she released the video.
Nancy Pelosi was quickly branded a 'hypocrite' for not wearing a mask while inside Erica's salon for a wash and blow-out, at a time when salons were closed due to pandemic related state and local ordinances
She says she had emailed and called her local supervisors about the protocols her salon had put in place and the catastrophic damage of the closures but no one responded.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'I was on a plane to Tennessee when my phone alerted me to movement in the salon. I looked at it and was just like I'd had enough,' she said.
She said she knew ahead of time that Pelosi had booked an appointment.
'What do I do?' she said. 'It was a slap in the face that she went in, you know, that she feels that she can just go and get her stuff done while no one else can go in, and I can't work. We're supposed to look up to this woman, right? It's just disturbing.'
Erica didn't realize she would become the Norma Rae of the Beauty industry.
'I was not a political person before, but now I get it. I understand ''Give me liberty or give me death.'' I don't want to live like