8 June 2020

Beautiful Black-Owned Beauty Brands to Support

With everything going on in the world right now, many of us are searching for ways to help support the Black community and amplify Black voices. Protesting, signing petitions, calling your representatives demanding change, and donating to organizations that support the Black community are all amazing ways to stand in solidarity. Another way to help is by buying from Black-owned businesses, if you have the means to do so, and if you don’t you can always support them on social media—follow the brand, engage with their content, and share their account with your friends and followers to bring awareness and encourage others who do have the means to shop.

We’re going to be spotlighting businesses in the fashion and beauty space this week, with this post focused specifically on beauty brands. Black culture has informed and inspired the beauty space for decades and these brands deserve our support today and everyday moving forward. From natural skincare products to glamorous makeup lines, below are some beautiful Black-owned brands to support and love.

The Black-Owned Beauty Brands to Support Camila Coelho

Photo: Propa Beauty

The Black-Owned Beauty Brands to Support Camila Coelho

Photo: Liha Beauty

The Black-Owned Beauty Brands to Support Camila Coelho

Photo: Kaike Beauty

Epara Skincare: This collection of handcrafted skincare products are tailored to the needs of women of color.

Kaike: A plant-based skincare line offering minimal and multi-purpose products to solve a myriad of skin issues.

Propa Beauty: Led by a founder dedicated to serving women of color, Propa Beauty mixes pigments and formulas to find the perfect shade range for every product.

Pat McGrath Labs: Known as the most influential makeup artist in the world, Pat McGrath created a brand dedicated to people who just as mesmerized by makeup as she is.

KLUR: As a conscious beauty brand, KLUR founder is dedicated to cultivating a brand that reflects the values of clean, ethical, and inclusive beauty.

Golde: This wellness brand aims to bring good vibes to the wellness industry by providing superfood-boosted essentials for health and beauty.

Beauty Bakerie: The goal of this brand is to deliver long-lasting makeup you won’t have to touch up, so you can maximize your time spent enjoying your life and living in the moment (rather than running to the bathroom to fix your makeup).

KNC Beauty: Known for the cute lip masks and under-eye patches you’ve seen all over Instagram, KNC Beauty wants to make natural, collage-infused masks accessible to all.

LIHA Beauty: Their mission is to create beauty products that are a mix of one of the founders’ African roots and the other’s British attitude to share the power of wellness, slow living and self-care.

The Lip Bar: This 100% vegan and cruelty-free brand designs makeup products that look beautiful on every complexion, with a goal of redefining beauty standards.

Mented Cosmetics: Specifically designed for women of color, this brand began as a quest to create the perfect assortment of nude lipsticks and liners to complement rich lip shades.

Pear Nova: This line of cruelty-free, vegan, and non-toxic nail lacquers offers a range of shades inspired by fashion’s most innovative designers.

Rosen Skincare: Aiming to offer people with acne-prone skin cleaner, more thoughtful skincare, this brand will change the way you think about breakout and acne—because acne is normal, and everyone deals with it from time to time.

Skin Buttr: This brand offers natural body and skin care products made from moisture-replenishing ingredients like whipped shea butter and to keep skin glowing.

Briogeo Hair Care: Their mission is to offer high-performance hair products that is naturally-based but delivers visible results.

 

The Black-Owned Beauty Brands to Support Camila Coelho

Photo: Beauty Bakerie

The Black-Owned Beauty Brands to Support Camila Coelho

Photo: KNC Beauty

The Black-Owned Beauty Brands to Support Camila Coelho

Photo: Pat McGrath Labs

What other Black-owned beauty brands do you love? Share your favorites in the comments section below!





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17 de June de 2020 às 11:52 pm

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18 de June de 2020 às 5:58 pm

Amo os produtos da Beauty Bakerie.

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