Read the story behind our newest lipstick shade

In 1988 my mother and I planted rosebushes at our home. The roses bloomed for two years, but after 1990 they didn’t bloom anymore.
Fast forward to June 15, 2002 (today’s date) my newborn daughter Kamani Nevaeh (Nevaeh is one of our lipstick names) passed away in the hospital at two days old. This was the most horrific thing that ever happened to me and I’m sure that ever will happen to me.
After a few days in the hospital healing from my cesarean section,
I went back to my childhood home to continue to have help healing mentally and physically. When I walked in the gate I looked to the right and the rosebush that didn’t bloom since 1990 was in full bloom 12 years later!

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