Black queer-owned brands only make up a small percentage, but this Trans beauty influencer garnered a profit from selling false lashes, press-ons and wigs.
An 8-year-old is earning waves of online praise for the way she responded to her Black friend’s experience with racism at school.
Inspired by her grandmother’s vintage glassware collecting, Stephanie Summerson Hall launched the beautiful Estelle Colored Glass.
The Pattern Beauty Stylers from Tracee Ellis Ross have finally hit Ulta stores. You can grab everything from wide-tooth combs to edge control gel, now, boo!
In order to raise awareness of the economic power of Black Americans, Tuesday, July 7, has officially been marked as Blackout Day.
“I feel it is important that women like me be given a platform through which they can mobilize lasting change in their communities.”
To keep the momentum going beyond Blackout Day, here are over 11 Black-owned fashion brands you can shop at Nordstrom, Shopbop and Net-A-Porter.
The multifaceted nature of Black people continues to be proven in our business practices. From Ivy Park to Uoma Beauty, let’s recognize our greatness.
There’s a common misconception that Black-owned beauty businesses don’t sell products for everyone, but these brands tell a different story.
Smaller Black-owned brands carry a plethora of Black joy products that let your loved ones know that you support them today and every day.