NHCN Podcast 0019: The Lucrative Hair Weave Market
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There are women in countries such as Asia, India, and parts of Latin America whose hair is being forcibly cut off of their heads. Other women are choosing to sell their hair for less than the cost of a Starbucks Grande coffee; all because of our insatiable appetite for long hair. Pamela and Dianne share their views on the topic.
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