Self-Care Brand Boho&Stone Draws From Natural Elements

Madison RutherfordJuly 14, 2022
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When it comes to creating, cosmetologist and artist Liz Cook values intention and attention to detail. As the owner of Color & Mane Hair Studio in Phoenix, Cook has built a brand around these principles. But when she launched Boho&Stone, her line of handmade jewelry and self-care products, she wanted to express another layer of her identity. “This is more a look into me, not just my business,” she says. Cook makes hair and body mists, sugar scrubs and bath bombs as well as earrings, rings and necklaces (ranging from $18-$36) that draw inspiration from natural elements. She also sells spiritual supplies such as sage, palo santo and crystals. Customers can expect products that evoke a “minimal, beachy, natural and divine” vibe. “It’s about honoring that divine magic within you and realizing there are so many things you can do with everyday objects that can allow you to live to your highest potential,” she says.


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