now, and so many women want that look” said store owner Kehlin “Mr.
Indian Hair” Farooq. Four women snatched and grabbed over $15,000 worth of hair
from the racks in his store in Houston, Texas. The incident was caught on
surveillance cameras (see video on this page) and four suspects have now been
The average value for a bundle of hair is about $150 to 200
dollars.” Kehlin ‘Mr. Indian Hair’ Farooq, Entrepreneur
We know the economy is tight and people gotta eat — but
dayyum. There are certainly better ways to get involved in the business of
This is one of the reasons why organizers are planning the
first ever International Black Hair Summit: The Business of Black Hair. The
event is scheduled for October 22-25, 2014 in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
A thought from BOBSA By Sam Ennon
distributors in the United States. We do not condone what these ladies
did it would’ve been nice if they would approach the merchant and ask to sell
here for him. These ladies deftly know where to go to sell the hair. It would
be great if some way we could recruit them. Once they do their time, they know
how to use social media in selling the hair.
There is a lot of entrepreneurs men and women and our black
community. Like these ladies that would be excellent sales reps, for the new
and upcoming black hair distributors.
Keep in mind that Koreans control the distribution of hair
in our black community through their brick-and-mortar stores.
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Women snatched and grabbed over $15,000 worth of hair from the racks in his store in Houston, Texas
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