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Carol's Daughter

Carol's Daughter is a line of beauty products, including products for hair, body, and face care, as well as fragrances. It was founded by Lisa Price. Price named the company after her mother, Carol Hutson. Its products are available at Target as well as on HSN (The Home Shopping Channel) and Ulta. It has received much press coverage, including an appearance on The Queen Latifah Show,[1] The Tyra Banks Show[2] and Oprah.[3]

Development

Founder

  • Official website
  • May 2007 Lisa Price Interview on Healthy, Natural Skin Care with Al Sharpton & Dr. V on AskDoctorv.com
  • Lisa Price's Profile at BlackEntrepreneurProfile.com

External links

  1. ^ http://queenlatifah.com/episodes/may-14-2014/
  2. ^ http://tyrashow.warnerbros.com/show_recaps/show_recap_fri61.html
  3. ^ a b
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  5. ^ http://brownsista.com/mary-j-representing-carols-daughter/
  6. ^ http://money.cnn.com/2005/05/18/news/newsmakers/cosmetics/Will Smith

References

The rapid expansion was made possible in part through heavy investment. Ex-Record executive Steve Stoute, as CEO of the company, led a group of investors in raising $10 million for the venture. Other investors include Jada Pinkett and Will Smith, Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige, Jimmy Iovine, Tommy Mottola, and Thalía. Past spokeswomen for the line include Mary J. Blige,[5] Solange Knowles, Cassie Ventura, Kim Fields, and Jada Pinkett Smith.[6]

[3] in Harlem.125th Street During the fall of 2005, she opened a second store on [4]

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