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October 1, 2021 21 min

For many years Parry Burton was living her life as an actress and maî·tre d in Los Angeles. Like many people, the COVID-19 pandemic gave her a moment to reflect on where she wanted to put her creative energy and from there, her hair care company Naturally Parry was born. As a Biracial American, she dealt with struggling to embrace her curls and that curiosity led her to building her own business. In this episode we talk about what brought her to this moment, the beauty of being in a business partnership with her mother and flexing her muscles as a new entrepreneur.


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