Juneteenth represents the day that enslaved African Americans under Confederate rule officially found out that they were freed due to the Emancipation Proclamation. On June 19, 1865, Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas to announce that executive orders require all slaves to be freed. As a black-owned and operated brand, Glow by Daye wants to recognize and celebrate this holiday.
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On The Edge Baby Hair: "At ON THE EDGE BABY HAIR, we know that slaying your edges is an art, and a vibe. And we all have our own unique style. For too long we've been left with basic tools that don't match our creativity. Not any longer. We've created a line of uniquely designed, FUNctional baby hair styling tools to match any vibe. Our mission is to create products that represent and inspire black creativity and innovation in edge styling."
Donna's Recipe: Donna's Recipe is designed to create a healthy hair routine for your hair and scalp. The recipe includes delicious vegan biotin vitamins & a hair oil packed with all natural oils & powders such as chebe powder and peppermint oil.
Sunday 2 Sunday: We believe that nothing — especially not your hair — should hold you back from breaking a sweat. Our formulas are specially designed for active women, using the power of nature to remove sweat, balance moisture, and help you transition from your workout to whatever’s next. SUNDAY II SUNDAY has you covered with products that celebrate your active lifestyle and help you bounce back.
Camille Rose Naturals: A dedicated vegan, the Louisiana native and mompreneur created each handmade product under the mantra that whatever you put on your body should be good enough to put in it. Each homemade creation held true to the Camille Rose company mission to produce a line of high end, gourmet, ingredient inspired hair and body products that offer clean living beauty solutions to a sophisticated consumer base.
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