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Kim Roxie: Helping women enhance their beauty
Kim Roxie is the founder and CEO of LAMIK Beauty, licensed esthetician, motivational speaker, philanthropist and community advocate.
About This Episode
Kim Roxie is the founder and CEO of LAMIK Beauty, licensed esthetician, motivational speaker, philanthropist and community advocate. Her company is creating makeup products made with organic ingredients that help women of color enhance their beauty.
In our conversation we talked about Kim’s background, running a beauty salon, developing her own formulas for beauty products, and how she got the idea to start her own company.
We discuss how Kim’s customers helped to shape LAMIK Beauty products and getting the initial funds to start the company from a crowdfunding campaign and pitch competitions.
We also talk about the startups and recent exits in the beauty industry, and how that space has been getting more and more traction in the recent years, after being overlooked by tech for a long time.
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