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Incredible Black Hair Products Locked Up You Must Know

Incredible Black Hair Products Locked Up You Must Know

NEW YORK -- Drugstore chains Walgreens and CVS Health say they will stop locking up beauty and hair care products aimed at black women and other women of color, joining Walmart in ending a.

Hair care and beauty products sold predominantly to black people could be accessed at certain stores only by getting a Walmart employee to unlock the cases, some of which featured additional anti.

NEW YORK (AP) — Drugstore chains Walgreens and CVS Health say they will stop locking up beauty and hair care products aimed at black women and other women of color, joining Walmart in ending a.

Drugstore chains Walgreens and CVS Health have announced that they will stop locking up beauty and hair care products aimed at black women and other women of color, joining Walmart in ending a.

“The products that are locked and chained up are the ones that are specifically targeted at natural black hair; implication being that the store owners expect black people to steal hair products.

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NEW YORK — Drugstore chains Walgreens and CVS Health say they will stop locking up beauty and hair care products aimed at black women and other women of color, joining Walmart in ending a.

A woman in California said she was infuriated and saddened to find black beauty and hair products locked in a glass case at a pair of local Walmart stores.

In New York, Walmart initially defended its decision to lock up black hair care products at the Riverhead store, claiming it was data-driven.. Image of hair products locked up at a Walmart.

After asking the store manager—and then customer service—why hair products made specifically for textured hair were locked up, she was then told those items were frequently stolen in the past.

FILE - This Friday, Jan. 26, 2018, file photo shows a sign at a CVS Pharmacy in Pittsburgh. Drugstore chains Walgreens and CVS Health say they will stop locking up beauty and hair care products aimed at black women and other women of color.