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Posted By: Brittany Pinkston on June 26, 2021

Fine Wine Lashes is a black-owned lash business that sells lashes named after fine wines. The business first started when I moved to ATL because I am enrolled in Morris Brown college for my business degree. When I graduate college, I want to open up a beauty supply store that only sells black hair products and black-owned supplies.



I want to do this because I want to continue to support black owned businesses while running my own business .At the beginning of March I wanted to sell lashes because I love lashes and it would give me experience with running my own business. When I thought more about my lash business, I realized how much passion I have for my business. My lash business means a lot to me because it taught me a lot about time management, money management, social networking, and market research .

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