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Black Entrepreneur Launches First Natural Hair Care Vending Machine In Baltimore’s Airport

By Parker Diakite

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Cindy Tawiah, owner and creator of the natural hair care products line DIVA BY CINDY, has launched the first-ever automated vending machine that sells natural hair care products.

While you can find her products in various stores, including Giant, Giant Eagle, Walmart.com, and her own website DivaByCindy.com ––you can also find her vending machine in Baltimore’s (BWI) Airport in Concourse D.

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“DIVA BY CINDY is a revolutionary hair care line developed to eliminate your hair woes,” a statement on the website reads. “Our mission is to promote the growth of longer, healthier hair with products that are natural and alcohol-free.”

About Cindy

As a teenager, Cindy was inspired by her chemistry teacher In Ghana, who taught her how to make hair products, nail polish, and lipstick. Even though her parents pressured her to eventually pursue a career in the media field, she always had a passion for beauty products and the desire to create the best for women.

In 2004, she opened her first salon and years down the road, she developed her haircare brand. 

DIVA BY CINDY vending machine. Instagram | @divabycindy

“As a former Registered Nurse and veteran salon owner, it has taken me years of research and passion to bring you these proven products which deliver results,” she stated. “Diva is for a woman who wants beauty, excellence, and elegance in her hair.”

According to Cindy, DIVA stands for: divine, inspired, virtuous and anointed.

In addition to BWI and Arundel Mills Mall in the Baltimore area, she plans to launch the products in Sally Beauty Stores in 2020.

For more information about her products, visit the company’s website by clicking here.

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