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Los Angeles, California, United States
MATTE is a Los Angeles based clothing brand owned and designed by Briana Shaneé. A collection of pieces we feel is necessary to every fearless and self-loving wardrobe. We like to stay close to natural and skin complementing tones on body...
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Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Ethereal Hair Growth Oil was created to help enhance your inner confidence while nourishing your scalp and healing your hair.
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260 West 36th Street, Ste 503, New York, New York 10018, United States
With a cheeky approach to pop culture and an adventurous spirit, Rue107 blends vintage-inspired styles, bold hues and feminine silhouettes to create contemporary designs that celebrate every woman’s uniqueness.
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New York, New York, United States
Toned by BaggedEm is a fitness-focused brand created by real women on real fitness journeys FOR real women on real fitness journeys.
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Camden Wyoming, Delaware 19934, United States
Experience the IRJ Difference! One Cord. One Knot. Multiple Strands. An Innovation in Design for Bracelets that Don't Break! For Unmatched Quality in Design choose ImaniRae Jewelry.
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The Honey Pot Company, a plant-based Feminine Care system for all of your feminine care needs.
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1535 Lorick Avenue, Columbia, South Carolina 29203, United States
We prepare your preschooler for kindergarten in a positive, safe, loving, and fun environment that focuses on academics and social interactions.
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34-18 Northern Blvd, Long Island, New York 11101, United States
Born in Ethiopia from parents of Eritrean descent, Makina Cafe founder Eden G. Egziabher was raised amidst a vibrant mix of Ethiopian, Eritrean and Italian cultures. It’s no coincidence that “Makina” translates to “truck”...
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Makers of all natural organic skin, hair, and home products for men, women and children. We are changing the world, one natural product at a time.
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