World leading virgin hair extension sales and distribution company Indique hair has shut down all its sixteen boutiques in the United States, following the rise in positive cases of the novel Covid-19 virus in the country.
The company however assured its worldwide customers of excellence sales and delivery service via its official website.
Co-Founder and Creative Director of Indique Hair Ericka Dotson made this known via her official Instagram page on Monday.
The post read “over the past week, we all witnessed an unprecedented surge in the coronavirus and recognized that we too must do our part to safeguard our employees and clients. In keeping with our values, we have temporarily closed all our boutiques across the nation as of Friday March 20th. We are unsure when they will open again, but we will only open our doors when we get government approval and when it is safe for our staff and clients.”
“In the meantime you can search, view and purchase all our products on our website. For the many of you who have not purchased from our website, we assure you that you will receive the same service and premium products that you get at our boutique and we encourage you to visit us at indiquehair.com,” the post continued.
The post ended We continue to offer free shipping and you can always call our client care center to receive a consultation as you did in the stores.”
Indique Hair opened its third Ghanaian outlet in November last year.