Walmart to stop locking up African-American beauty products sold at its stores Nation/world. "White privilege also extends to haircare products, apparently, in Walmart," she says, while showing how Black hair care products were locked up, as opposed to the open shelf display for products designed for non-Black hair. See the video for yourself, below. Really nice smell, also. Promising review: "I have 4C natural hair, am African American, and I LOVE this stuff. Product Title Clairol Nice 'n Easy Hair Color, 2BG Burgundy Black Average rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 26674 reviews 26674 ratings Current Price $7.61 $ 7 . Posted: Jun 12, 2020 / 08:40 AM PDT / Updated: Jun 12, 2020 / 08:40 AM PDT. The message is clear: We don't trust you." I must say it doesn't take a lot to make my hair really soft. The group Making Change at Walmart has also called on the retailer to stop locking up only African-American hair products at three stores in Virginia, calling the practice "discriminatory." Walmart to Stop Keeping Black Hair Products in Locked Cases By . 61 Melissa Cheok, June 11, 2020, 2:00 AM EDT SHARE THIS ARTICLE. by: CNN Wire. On Wednesday, a Walmart representative reached out to Mason and said their stores made the decision to discontinue placing multicultural hair products in cases. The group Making Change at Walmart is also calling on the retailer to stop locking up only African American hair products at three stores in Virginia, calling the practice "discriminatory." "There are Black and brown people all over the place.