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Black is Beautiful - Brands You'll Love

Updated: Jul 12




Are butterflies seen as any less beautiful, worthy or magical based on the colors of their wings? It's almost unimaginable to believe that we create division amongst ourselves as humans. It's confusing for those of us who see no division. Those who might have been unaware of the seriousness and impact systemic racism has in this country. We are doing our best to educate our small team here and to promote peace love and magic for all. We don't know what will do the most good, but we can show our support and uplift those with melanin-rich skin who have been embarrassingly (for humanity) mistaken as anything less than perfection.


Read below for some black owned beauty businesses to support + books list to educate yourself.


Face -



Luna Magic Beauty - Stunning, vibrant and bold makeup inspired by the rich cultures and music of the Caribbean & Latin America.


Propa Beauty - Gorgeous lip shades for every skin tone made with safe, clean ingredients. Created by a female founder with a mission to "Energize the courageous and confidence in women as we take on the battles to become leaders in our own fields."


Body -


Gilded Bodycare - Beautiful marble body brushes and skincare. Body brushing is a skin health secret and a must in every anti-aging routine!


Temple Zen Skincare - We love their exfoliating bar soaps! And the mission to "Start an eco-friendly company that uses the bounty of the earth to heal the way nature intended." Amen!


Hands -


BK Polished - Gorgeous nail colors made from non-toxic cruelty-free formulas. Breukelen Polished is for the woman who isn’t scared of owning her “dopeness.”


Didi Rose Jewelry - We love this beautiful and dainty tourmaline rings ! Little crystals on your fingers add some sparkle to your manicure.


Book recommendations:


Between The World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates, read a review here, buy here


How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X Kendi, read a review here, buy here


Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou, read a review here, buy here *We're currently reading!


The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander, read a review here, buy here


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