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Tees Of Life

Tees Of Life

Tees Of Life

https://teesoflife.com/

 

Tees Of Life is a statement t-shirt brand owned and operated by James & Ari Simpson, a husband-and-wife team from South Carolina. 

 

 

 

 

 

The pair created Tees Of Life after years of Ari toying with multiple avenues of creativity. She dabbled with creating invitations, flyers, you name it, but it was her love of t-shirts and always having a dope thought that led them down the statement t-shirt road.

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Choco Mermaid

Choco Mermaid

Black is Beautiful - 

ChocoMermaid.com 

 

This is not an article. It is a conversation about being a black woman. It's  about the powers you possess. About your strength and the YOU that no one  else can be. It is about accepting yourself and seeing how you are a "magical" being with unique superpowers.  

"I'm a Black Woman, and I should love being  me...right?" 

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Sweet Vibez Cosmetics

Sweet Vibez Cosmetics

 Sweet Vibez Cosmetics 

All natural bath and body treats for the bad and bougie dollz! 

My name is Portia, and I am the CEO/founder of Sweet Vibez Cosmetics. I started this business because I wanted to find a solution for my daughter’s skin condition. I started making handmade turmeric body butters with all natural ingredients that finally solved my daughter’s skin condition. 

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Summer Orchid

Summer Orchid

 Summer Orchid

Noir Résilience

As young, black girls our skin and hair were talked about the most.  We're either too dark or we're not black enough because our skin was too light. Our hair was called nappy and unkempt, but we fought through the negativity and embraced our natural selves . I am thrilled to introduce to you, Noire Resilience Part 1: Hey Brown Girl. 

 

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Swahili Breeze

Swahili Breeze

Swahili Breeze 

 

Swahili Breeze Accessories is a Labor of Love. The urge to share my love for African Handmade Jewelry has gotten the best of me.  I was born and raised in Nairobi before moving to the USA in pursuit of the American Dream.  As a child, my love for art, music and anything brightly colored took over my soul.  In High School, I danced to the beats of the “Kalapapla” and “Ishikuti” drums, decked out in brightly colored sisal dance skirts, beads and body paint.

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