Might be slight but looks almost normal. Won't be a problem. With true scissor beak, its very obvious and unmistakable. Don't worry, this one will be fine.
There is nothing you can do to correct scissor beak. In severe cases, the chicks just won't grow, as they have a problem picking up standard chick starter, and later on, layer pellets.
I looked up a little bit about scissor beak and I saw some people make a mash for their scissor beakers. If she gets worse and isn't growing/not getting enough to eat I'll try that. Hopefully she doesn't get to much worse! Thank you for your advice so quickly.