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Alyssa’s nail salon is giving away nail art, accessories, makeup and more to help support its mission of helping women with disabilities.

The salon, located in downtown Los Angeles, is offering a free nail art class for those who sign up.

Alyssah and husband Adam will be teaching the class from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and they hope to continue giving free classes to people throughout the week.

“It’s really exciting for us to have the opportunity to partner with an organization like that and offer a free service to the community,” Alyssas said.

“We’re trying to reach out to as many people as possible.”

She added that the salon hopes to have more free classes available in the future.

The business has been a mainstay in Los Angeles for more than a decade, with Alyssys sister, Laila, working there since 2011.

A new salon has opened at 815 S. Van Ness Ave., across the street from Alyssahs sister shop.

The new shop has been open since October, and has a wide selection of nail products, including a full line of manicures and pedicures, as well as a line of makeup, nail clippers, nail curlers and nail products.

“We’re really excited about this new space, and how it fits in with our mission,” Azzie said.

Alyssa and Adam, who live in North Hollywood, said that they have been making a point of working with local businesses to give people a chance to get free services.

They said they’ve started to expand their client base with free classes for people who are able to get to the salon, but are still in need of services.

“I think a lot of people that are not able to go to a local salon because of a disability have been given this opportunity through our community, and we’re happy to be able to give them a free manicure and pedicle to get their nails done,” Azza said.

The Azzies said they have noticed a change in the number of people coming to the new shop.

“A lot of times people are coming to us because they’ve been unable to go into their local salon, and they’ve had the stress of dealing with people who can’t come in because of their disabilities,” Azzi said.