Imani’s smile fell into a frown and her forehead creased. Turning, she rounded the corner and both girls stopped in front of the four-foot wide section of products for white people’s hair.
“Here it is,” said Imani, her eyes darting to the sign next to Ethnic Hair Care that said Pet Supplies and quickly down as if embarrassed.
“Thanks,” said Ann, heat in her voice. She reached up and grabbed the shampoo her mother preferred, and without a word, turned and stomped out of the aisle.
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