Carol's Daughter: Lisa Price Lisa Price worked in television but had a passion for beauty products. At her mother's suggestion, she began selling her homemade moisturizer at a church flea market. Twenty years later, Carol's Daughter is one of the leading beauty brands catering to African-American women. PLUS in our postscript "How You Built That," we check back in with Aiden Emilio who, along with her husband Jesse, created RexSpecs — UV-protecting goggles for dogs.
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Carol's Daughter: Lisa Price

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Carol's Daughter: Lisa Price

Carol's Daughter: Lisa Price

Carol's Daughter: Lisa Price

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Lisa Price's mother, Carol, convinced her daughter to start a beauty products line. So when Lisa was deciding on a name, she chose "Carol's Daughter."
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Lisa Price worked in television but had a passion for beauty products.

At her mother's suggestion, she began selling her homemade moisturizer at a church flea market.

Twenty years later, Carol's Daughter is one of the leading beauty brands catering to African-American women.

How You Built That

We check back in with Aiden Emilio who, along with her husband Jesse, created RexSpecs — UV-protecting goggles for dogs.

How You Built That: RexSpecs

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