Black-Owned Beauty Brands To Support Right Now, And Forever (Part2)

October 19, 2020

2 The Afro Hair & Skin Co.

Founded by Wellness Beauty Expert, Ibi Meier-Oruitemeka, The Afro Hair & Skin Co. focuses on the power of natural beauty by using locally-sources and British-grown ingredients, designed specifically for Black women.

3 Jim + Henry

Famous for their deep conditioning formulas, Jim + Henry use only the purest and most necessary ingredients. Each product tells you on the front how many ingredients there are in the formula.

The brand sustainability initiatives included going zero-waste, by offering a refill system for products and uses recycled products for their packaging, from their jars to their cardboard.

4 Fenty Beauty

There's no denying that when Rihanna branched out into beauty she smashed it out of the park. Not only did she break the internet by launching 40 shades of foundation (which has since been extended to 50) but it also caused the beauty industry as a whole to step up and produce a wider range of shades, with brands following in suit.

5 Dizziak

Dizziak was founded by Londoner, Loretta De Feo, who struggled to find a conditioner to suit her hair and decided to create her own instead.

The game-changing range features ultra-hydrating formulas, mixed with natural minerals and plant oils, designed for every single hair type.

6 Nails & Brows Mayfair

Founded by beauty expert Sherrille Riley, Nails & Brows Mayfair is THE go-to place to have everything from a luxe mani to microblading done. Meghan Markle is just one of their happy customers known to get her brows done there. Due to the high demand, the brand have also launched their own brow products, so you can achieve the royal look at home.

7 Equi Botanics Haircare

Born out of her own hair struggles and inspired by her daughters, founder of Equi Botanics Haircare, Ekwy Chukwuji-Nnene, created a range of products designed to help all hair shine and thrive.

8 Pat McGrath Labs

The genius behind some of the most iconic catwalk beauty looks of all time and appropriately dubbed the Mother Of Make-Up, MUA Pat McGrath finally blessed us with her own beauty line in 2016, which started with her gold eyeshadow selling out in seconds. Since then, the brand has had major success, being estimated at a net worth of over $1 billion in 2020.

9 Bouclème

Oct 23, 2020 at 09:05 PM
Nice one. I will try some of them.
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Is alright
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This is nice, include dabota_cosmetics
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Jan 08, 2021 at 02:46 PM
I'm all for supporting black products. Amen
Mar 09, 2021 at 03:46 PM
how much?