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These two sisters are the youngest black beauty store owners

SISTER POWER: Keonna and Kayla Davis

TWO BUSINESS-savvy sisters in California have become the youngest black women to open up their own beauty supply store.

Last month, sisters Keonna Davis, 21, and Kayla Davis, 19, opened KD Haircare Supply, which caters to clients with natural hair and weaves, in the Sundance Plaza in Moreno Valley.

Talking to Baller Alert at their new store, Kayla said that their mother was the one inspired them to start their own business.

She explained that she and Keonna had difficulty finding a job because they lacked experience. When the sisters shared their frustrations with their mum, she suggested that they should work for themselves, and Kayla and Keonna took her advice.

In March 2015, KD Haircare Supply started out as just a website and grew into a storefront from there.

The young entrepreneurs hope to eventually open other store locations.

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