Six Incredible Black Owned Beauty Brands To Know Now

While the beauty industry has come a long way, there is still plenty of work to do in the inclusivity realm. However, there are six brands that have gotten it right from the very beginning. Ahead are a few Black-owned brands that are are making waves in beauty and skincare.

Pat McGrath Labs

Beauty lovers everywhere adore and pay homage to "Mother," aka Pat McGrath, a self-made billionaire and veteran beauty visionary.

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Fenty Beauty by Rihanna

Created by Rihanna with the promise of inclusion for all women – all shades, attitudes and cultures. Coming soon – Fenty Skin.

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Uoma Beauty

Uoma Beauty was inspired by Chuter's Nigerian heritage with shades for everyone and anyone. Uoma launched at Ulta with an unheard of 51 shades available in six custom formulas. Website / Shop / Follow on Instagram

Epara Skincare

Epara means “to cocoon oneself” in the Nigerian dialect of Ebira, and it encourages its users to do just that: wrap themselves in luxurious layers of deeply moisturizing and safe ingredients.

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KNC Beauty

Kristen Noel Crawley’s KNC Beauty took over our social feeds with its lip masks earlier this year, and now they've launched an out-of-this-world eye mask. Website / Shop / Follow on Instagram

Lauren Napier Beauty

Lauren Napier went from celebrity makeup artist to self-funded beauty brand founder with global fanfare by revolutionizing facial wipes.

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