5 Independent Black Owned Makeup Brands

If you are a makeup lover, such as myself, and seek to support more INDEPENDENT black owned makeup companies, then you are headed in the right direction. It is very important that we circulate funds back into our community for the longevity and betterment of, not only our culture, but to ensure of thriving black owned businesses. The companies listed below are independently owned and are not backed by a major company. So, HAPPY SHOPPING!

The Lip Bar


This company, previously turned down by Shark Tank investors, makes lipsticks of a “unique blend of natural ingredients and then loaded with pigment to give you kick-ass colors. Each lipstick is enriched with Shea Butter, Avocado oil, Coconut oil, and Vitamin E for maximum moisture.” SAY NO MORE! TAKE MY MONEY!

Juvia’s Place


The pigment of the colors in their palettes is AMAZING! It blends perfectly and is vibrant on women of color. It was MADE FOR women of color. Juvia’s Place also provides “makeup tools and beauty essentials.” Sis, grab a palette or two for your collection!

Baab’s Beauty


Not is Baa’s Beauty hypoallergenic and cruelty-free, but they have a wide variety of foundations as well! Don’t forget to check out their Duo Brow Powders for when you are going for a soft “no makeup” makeup look for the day!

Danessa Myricks Beauty


Danessa Myricks, beauty artist, photographer and makeup owner, is a force to reckon with in the beauty industry! She offers cruelty free products as well! If you are looking to glow like the sun permanently beams on you, then check out her Illuminators!

Revel by JL


Revel by JL offers a wide variety of beauty products for your beauty needs! REVEL By Julian Lark has been worn by some of today’s hottest fashionistas such as Michelle Williams, Karrueche, Angela Simmons, Lisa Wu, Toya Wright and Cynthia Bailey and more!

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