Love trying new beauty products? Time to grab this amazing monthly subscription box

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Beauty subscription boxes are great for people who love a bit of beauty variety. However, historically, many beauty subscription services have missed the mark on diversifying products to include various shade tones and hair types.

That’s why Cocotique’s curated subscription boxes on Amazon are a game changer.

Cocotique Beauty Box Subscription, $22

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Cocotique is a Black-owned subscription box that, for $25 a month, will send you a curated assortment of different beauty products, from hair care and makeup to essential everyday items. The brand highlights both established BIPOC brands as well as new and emerging brands. Right now on Amazon, you can save $3 on your first box and subscribe to receive a new box each month.

The brand’s founder, Dana Hill, previously worked in the fashion and entertainment industry. She founded Divine Marketing Group, but she had been an assistant fashion editor at Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar before then. She has also held roles as the vice president of marketing and public relations for Phat Fashions, Rocawear and Fetish.

This subscription box does an amazing job of highlighting marginalized businesses and Black-owned brands. While subscription boxes may be plenty, seeing a curated box for women of color by a Black woman is all too rare — and undeniably exciting.

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