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    Posted January 1, 2013 by
    SwtDrmGirlz
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    Phoenix, Arizona
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    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    Making it in America: Mompreneurs

    Young Designer Sisters Making It SWEET for Girlz

     

    Tween and teen Phoenix based sisters Halle and Brea experienced a frustrating shopping trip to a local store to find naturally made, eco-friendly face, body and hair products that came in fun fragrances especially for girls. No one could have guessed that they would create Americas first Natural Beauty Line by tween and teen sisters, Sweet Dream Girlz. Their success has propelled them to be featured in USA Today, Bloomberg Businessweek,Girls Life Magazine, Tigerbeat, Bop magazine, Jet Magazine, the 2012 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, Who's Who in Arizona Business and AZ Business Magazine as The Women You Want To Watch in 2013. Many celebrities have vowed them "their new favorite" thing. They aren't stopping there.

     

    Already looking ahead, the girls are still designing all of the things that girls love and doing it their way. Their naturally made beauty products are currently sold in specialty stores. The newly launching line of sweet, fun sneakers, apparel and accessories are ready to reach stores in late 2013. Thus, creating a lifestyle destination where every girl can be a sweet dream girl from head to toe.

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