A beauty supply store in Overtown that was broken into and robbed during Hurricane Irma. The wall is normally lined with weaves and other beauty supply products.
A beauty supply store in Overtown that was broken into and robbed during Hurricane Irma. The wall is normally lined with weaves and other beauty supply products. Lance Dixon Miami Herald
A beauty supply store in Overtown that was broken into and robbed during Hurricane Irma. The wall is normally lined with weaves and other beauty supply products. Lance Dixon Miami Herald

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