AMAZING BLACK OWNED BEAUTY BRANDS TO SUPPORT

My post on How White Women Can Fight Racism Right Now was getting rather lengthy. I thought it would be best to put these Black owned beauty brands in a separate post.

Here’s a lengthy, comprehensive list of some Black owned beauty brands to check out. Please let me know in the comments of any that I missed! I will be updating, so be sure to check back periodically!

  • Aba Love Apothecary: Plant-based organic skincare and healing aromatics
  • Beauty Bakerie: A cruelty-free company with fun baking and dessert themed cosmetics.
  • Blade and Bloom: 100% natural, plant-based, unique skincare products that tell a story…in modern, sustainable packaging.
  • BLK + GRN: A one-stop-shop marketplace by all Black artisans for Black-owned natural products 
  • Boyface: Clean, fresh anti-aging skincare for men.
  • Briogeo: One of my FAVORITE hair brands that offers quality, high-performance, naturally based, hair care delivers visible results.
  • Chris Collins: A niche fragrance brand with three distinct scents for the sophisticated consumer who appreciates fine, exclusive things and experiences in life. 
  • Coloured Raine: A stand-out cosmetics line that includes shades for people of color
  • Cream and Coco: Artisan Hair & Body products
  • DALYNN Cosmetics: A cosmetics line for the fashion and beauty conscious woman
  • Danessa Myricks Beauty: A pro makeup artist who designs every formula to be used in multiple ways on a wide range of skin tones.
  • Emolyne Cosmetics: Elegant yet affordable makeup
  • EveryHue Beauty: Available at Target. Created by Gizelle Bryant of Bravo’s Real Housewives of Potomac and pro makeup artist Karlene Damallie. Designed to appeal to all skin tones.
  • Fenty Beauty: Rihanna + Makeup. Enough said.
  • Garner’s Garden: 100% Natural Skincare
  • GlōGirl Cosmetics: A new day of beauty where the possibilities are limitless.
  • Golde: Makes natural, easy, and fun superfood-boosted health and beauty essentials.
  • Hyper Skin: Their vitamin C serum with its blend of effective, clean and natural ingredients is designed to brighten skin, smooth texture and drastically treat hyperpigmentation and dark spots
  • Iman Cosmetics: The cosmetics line of the former supermodel, and muse of designers Gianni Versace, Halston, Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, and Yves Saint Laurent.  
  • Joséphine Cosmetics: Cruelty-free, natural, effective beauty products
  • Joy Lorraine Cosmetics: High-end quality cosmetics without the high-end price for all women, especially for women with deeper skin tones.
  • Juvia’s Place: Bold Makeup, inspired by the vibrancy of Africa.
  • Klarity Cosmetics: A vegan and cruelty-free cosmetics line, with fresh handmade products
  • Klur.co: An independent, self-funded, woman-owned and operated company that provides clean minimal skincare.
  • KNC Beauty: Natural lip and eye masks galore!
  • Lauren Napier: This minimalist, makeup artist, and skincare enthusiast couldn’t find what she wanted in a makeup remover wipe, so she made it herself.
  • Love Notes: Custom blended soy candles
  • Marie Hunter Beauty: Cosmetics & home fragrances for the modern muse
  • Mented Cosmetics: is specifically designed for women of color and has beauty products of all kinds to help every woman find the shade of nude that fits them perfectly.
  • Movita Organics: Essential daily wellness for women
  • Nyakio Beauty: Natural, globally sourced oils and skincare
  • Oui the People: Efficacious, thoughtful, good products to help you feel amazing in your own skin.
  • Pat McGrath Labs: Luxury beauty products from one of the world’s most influential makeup artists
  • Pholk Beauty: Natural, vegan, affordable skincare created by Women of Color for Women of Color
  • Plain Jane Beauty: Clean, organic, inclusive beauty for all shades

FTC: This post is not sponsored. As always, ALL opinions are my own and are 100% honest! 

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8 Comments

  1. Deanna Ferguson
    January 30, 2021 / 12:45 pm

    Hello Shea Moisture IS NOT Black owned.

    • Stephanie Marie
      Author
      February 9, 2021 / 8:15 pm

      I’ve updated the post.

  2. Beca
    October 15, 2020 / 6:45 pm

    Just FYI but Give Me Glow Cosmetics is NOT black owned. I have seen many posts people thinking it is, but the owner replied in a commento to someone on their IG that they werent black owned.

    • Stephanie Marie
      Author
      February 9, 2021 / 8:15 pm

      Thank you for letting me know! I updated the post accordingly! 🙂

  3. August 4, 2020 / 1:45 am

    Loved this, thank you for always providing such interesting and good info!!

  4. August 2, 2020 / 5:49 am

    Great list! I will recommend my friends to have a look. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Louise Sharpy
    June 5, 2020 / 7:51 pm

    Amazing. Thanks for this list and for your posts. Blog. Your words were so good ! Love ?

    • Stephanie Marie
      Author
      June 8, 2020 / 4:28 pm

      Thank you so much Louise!

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