When Tamanisha Casey-Mayberry met Tiffeny Wilson in 2017, the pair found they had two big things in common: frustration with their old, corporate jobs — and a penchant for entrepreneurship.
Some five years later, the women have put the latter into practice, creating a full-service beauty bar that includes companies they own, as well as four other glamor-related businesses run by other Black women.
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