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LENNETTE KNOWS HER (NATURAL) STUFF AT PEOPLE'S PHARMACY Featured

  • Written by  Carla Zuill
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Lennette Warner, of People's Pharmacy, assists Mrs. Chalita Brown as she searches for shampoo./*Photo by Carla Zuill Lennette Warner, of People's Pharmacy, assists Mrs. Chalita Brown as she searches for shampoo./*Photo by Carla Zuill

Gone are the days when you only had three types of gel to choose from and six different natural hair care lines to ponder. 

With the increasing number of Black women choosing to wear their natural hair, the Black hair care product industry has become a multi billion-dollar business internationally. 

Which makes Lennette Warner's job as a Beauty Merchandiser at People's Pharmacy, that much more fun. Daily, Lennette serves scores of customers at People's Pharmacy's Victoria Street location, who are seeking advice on all things surrounding natural hair care. For years, Ms Warner has been building a name for herself both locally and overseas as Nette the Hair Snob.

Well respected in the natural hair care community, Lennette is often sent samples from overseas suppliers, asking for her to review their shampoos, custards and gels.

Recently, Today In Bermuda caught up with Lennette and asked her if Bermudian women are embracing their natural hair, compared to their international counterparts.

 

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