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Dymanz Glaze

Dymanz Glaze is as impactful in quality as it is in brand name! Dymanz Glaze is the
new and emerging vegan friendly and cruelty free liquid lipstick line that specializes in
the bold, fun metallics for every skin type and tone.

The new line was designed and created by Dallas-Native and entrepreneur, Eugenia Davis back in 2020. During the pandemic, Eugenia took a leap of faith and started her vegan friendly line to help other women feel phenomenal despite the challenging environment. Since that time, Dymanz Glaze has been dominating the e-commerce cosmetics scene with easy to wear lipsticks that stay put and amp any makeup look. “One of the challenges early on with experimenting in makeup was the lack of colors available for deeper skin tones so I created my line not only to cater to skin sensitivity and support of the environment, but also bold shades that compliment every skin tone” says Eugenia Dabis, Founder & CEO of Dymanz Glaze. With a full line of scarlet and
magenta hues to bold violets, there is a color that fits your mood and personality to empower your look. One of the major trends of 2021 is the monochromatic look, which
combines colors within the same family in a synonymous fashion.

Ahead of Mother’s Day, Dymanz Glaze is offering a sale of up to 33% off the entire
Spring & Summer collection of lipsticks. For more information about Dymanz Glaze,
please visit www.dymanzglaze.com

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KISH: Tell us about you..

My name is Eugenia Davis and I am from Dallas, Texas. I’m 32 years old and a mother of three beautiful daughters. In 2020, I founded Dymanz Glaze, a vegan and cruelty-free cosmetics e-commerce brand. During the same year, I released my first e-book called, “Therapy Saved My Business” which details my experience with mental health and self care. These experiences are what helped shape my personal growth and positively impacted my business. Leadership has always come naturally for me as I am the oldest of five children with two sisters and two brothers. One fun fact about me is that I am of direct African descent. My dad came from Nigeria to America to make a better life. Shortly thereafter, he met my mother in New York City and they started their lives together.

KISH: What is your dream and how will accomplishing your dream benefit you and others?

Eugenia : My dream is to empower people inside and out. For a long time, I wasn’t confident in myself and it took exploring my creativity to be able to build that inner confidence. I intend to use my writing, speaking engagements and products to help uplift every person I encounter in any way I can. 

KISH: Who or what inspired you to pursue this dream? 

Eugenia :My children and siblings are my biggest motivation. I am a mom of three girls and the oldest of five siblings so setting a good example is something that has always been important to me. I was learning to empower and lead people before I realized that’s what I wanted to do. 

KISH: What challenges have you encountered while pursuing your dream?

Eugenia : Early on, I had a hard time believing in myself. I would think “man this is such a great idea”, then not follow through. I sought out therapy to help me get past those issues and that is what inspired my book. 

KISH: Who or what inspired you to keep pushing regardless of the challenges you’ve encountered? 

Eugenia: After going through therapy, I realized that I can push beyond my challenges and issues. I had to really challenge myself to be consistent. I had no following, no long list of credentials, but I chose to stick with it. I felt like I owed it to myself and my children to see my goals achieved. 

KISH: Please provide final thoughts/advice for others by finishing this sentence… dream.

Eugenia : Dream big! Never let anyone tell you that your dreams are too crazy! You are the master of your destiny and the visions you have of your future are for you, not anyone else. It’s ok if others don’t understand your vision as long as you do. 

Last modified: May 27, 2021