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Hair Extension Industry Leader Indique Opens Boutique in Downtown Hollywood

Style-conscious South Floridians seeking the same lustrous locks sported by Lady Gaga, Rihanna and other A-list celebrities need look no farther than Downtown Hollywood, where premium hair extension company Indique recently opened a new boutique offering its line of exclusive products and unique consultation experience.

Established in 2007, Indique is an internationally known luxury brand providing the highest-quality virgin human hair extensions. A variety of versatile, natural and durable hair products ranging from $85 to $330 is available through retail stores, an online shop and distributors throughout the U.S., Central America, Europe, Asia and Africa.

Indique Boutique – Hollywood, which opened Nov. 16 at 1848 Polk St., is the fast-growing company’s 16th location and the only one in Florida. There currently are boutiques in 10 other states and one in Johannesburg, South Africa. A boutique in Ghana, West Africa, will open next, with four more locations planned for 2019.

Indique was founded by Ericka Dotson, a stylist who wanted to fill the void in the hair extension industry with a premier, knowledgeable and customer-orientated business, and India native
Krishan Jhalani, who ran an Indian human hair export company.

With an impressive client base that includes Gabrielle Union, Brandy, Ciara, Taraji P. Henson, Kelly Rowland, La La Vazquez and Zendaya, outstanding customer service remains a top
priority. Boutique clients are encouraged by friendly Indique hair extension experts to see, touch and evaluate as many pieces as they wish – unlike the often restrictive experience in the typical
beauty supply store.

The opening of the Hollywood location puts the historic downtown arts, music and entertainment district in the company of Indique Boutique cities in major metropolitan areas throughout the
U.S., including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and New York City.

“We look forward to being a fixture within Hollywood’s Downtown District community,” said Dotson, who serves as Indique’s creative director.

“Hollywood’s proximity between Miami and Fort Lauderdale provides the perfect solution for clients in the area who want premium hair that is easily accessible,” she added. “The pedestrian-
friendly environment mixed with thriving boutiques and restaurants will help drive new business and enhance our customer experience.”

Indique Boutique – Hollywood hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday – Friday and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. The store is closed for lunch from 2 to 3 p.m. Tuesday – Friday and noon to 1 p.m. on
Saturday. For more information, call 786-347-1900 or visit www.indiquehair.com/hollywood.

Caron Conway
Caron Conway
Caron has been a freelance writer and public relations professional in South Florida for over 20 years and a correspondent with Hollywood Gazette for over a decade.


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