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Sean Balm Bath & Body is a luxury eco-brand. Our all natural online store features lip balms, candles, lotions, and soaps. The Sean Balm online store is an easy, quick, and convenient way for consumers to gain knowledge about the perks of all natural
PO Box 26563
Tamarac, Florida 33320
CURLS is a leading curly hair care company providing consumers with an unrivaled premium line of natural curly hair solutions for waves, curls and kinks. http://Curls.biz
In 1997 sisters Titi and Miko opened Miss Jessie’s Salon to respond to the demand for expertise in natural hair and naturallycurly hair. Their experience with curly hair started over 20 years ago. Born to a Japanese mother and African-American father
New York, New York 10013
We are a black-owned hair & beauty supply retailer located in Houston, Texas. We know that women care about their external beauty and some (if not all) want to look fabulous without breaking the bank! Here at Unique Sensations, we understand...
12970 Westheimer Road, Suite 170
Houston, Texas 77077
III SISTERS OF NATURE IS AN ALL NATURAL PRODUCT THAT DOES NOT CONTAIN ALCOHOL, WAXES, SILICONES, PETROLATUM, MINERAL OIL, PARABENS, FORMALDEHYDE, PLASTICS, CARBOMER, GIMMICKS AND NO HYPE, JUST STYLE AND SAVINGS.
270 Market Sq
Welcome to Inspire Beauty Supply formally known as Niferson Beauty Supply. Serving you since 1984 with the best products and services to bring the beauty you deserve.
1514 California Avenue
N. Renee Sessoms I am christian mother of 4 beautiful children, wife and licensed esthetician.My hobbies include crafting and cooking! I have been in this business 5 years now .
301 S Church Street Suite 146
Rocky Mount, North Carolina 27804
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Houston’s This Is It Soul Food Restaurant has long served up foods originated from traditional slave and Southern cuisine, including ham hocks, chitterlings, black-eyed peas, smothered pork chops and oxtails. Frank and Mattie Jones
Maxim Thuriere founded this wooden watch and bracelet company in his college dorm at the University of South Florida — but he wanted his small business to serve a greater purpose than simply selling accessories for profit.