- A beautiful 16-year-old Black girl named Paris McKenzie has started her own business in grand style
- Reports indicate that McKenzie, who lives in Brooklyn, has become the youngest Black owner of a beauty supply business
- The young lady credits her mother for giving her the motivation and guidance to start up her own enterprise
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Paris McKenzie, a beautiful Black girl who is only 16, has started her own enterprise in the fashion industry and it is already making history.
According to a report sighted by Legit.ng on Blackbusiness.com, with this, Paris becomes the youngest Black owner of a beauty supply business.
Paris' business was met with great applause on social media as many Black-owned fashion businesses have reportedly folded in recent times.
The teenager who lives in Brooklyn in the United States, McKenzie credits her mother, Senica Thompson, for being a great motivation to start the business called Paris Beauty Supplyz.
McKenzie told CBS2 about the venture:
“I do have a lot of business experience. I’ve been helping my mom run her business since I was very, very young. So I know how to handle finances and how to market products in the store. I had enough money saved to invest in this.”
The young entrepreneur says that she still tries to enjoy moments of being a normal teenager with friends and learning to balance between time with her girlfriends and running a business full-time, hoping to inspire the next generation of young female business owners.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a man identified as AD Patrickson narrated his inspiring success story of how he became the owner of an oil and gas company years after he worked as a night watchman on oilfield vessels.
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Patrickson said that to achieve his dream, he had to put in his all. He added that passion also made him improve his academics.
Never to be one who does not give back, the downstream expert said he also contributed to his country, Cameroon, during the pursuit of his career goal.
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