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50 Black-Owned Businesses You Can Support Now

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With protests against police brutality and demands for justice, it has become more important to show solidarity with the black community. As an ally, there are many ways that you can provide assistance and offer encouragement; you can be vocal, you can donate to bail reliefs, you can go out to protest, you can educate yourself and others, and you can also support black-owned businesses. Beauty, food, clothing and even luxury brands, we have created a list of 50 black-owned businesses you can always support – starting now.

1. Nolaskinsentials

“Vegan skin care for millenials.”


2. Onesie Nation

“Be the perfect ‘Cuddle Buddy’ with OnesieNation!”



“Rihanna was inspired to create Fenty Beauty after years of experimenting with the best-of-the-best in beauty—and still seeing a void in the industry for products that performed across all skin types and tones.”


4. Nubian Skin

“Skin-tone lingerie and hosiery for women of colour.”

Nubian Skin

5. Black Girl Sunscreen

“Revolutionary sunscreen for women of color made with natural ingredients.”

Black Girl Sunscreen

6. Bossy Cosmetics

“Reimagining beauty for ambitious women.”

Bossy Cosmetics

7. The Honey Pot Company

“First plant-based feminine care system on the market.”

The Honey Pot Company

8. Andrea Iyamah

“A brand specializing in custom couture, ready-to-wear and retro swimwear.”

Andrea Iyamah


“This is the golden age of makeup. PAT McGRATH LABS is my Golden Revolution.”


10. The Trini Gee

“Inspire your day with products infused with melanin and culture. The Trini Gee features everything from shirts to mugs.”

The Trini Gee

11. Hanifa

“For women without limits.”


12. Beauty Bakerie

“Cruelty Free Cosmetics & Beauty Products.”

Beauty Bakerie

13. Mielle Organics

“Mielle Organics is a hair care and beauty brand that believes healthier ingredients encourage healthier hair and skin.

Mielle Organics

14. Uoma Beauty

“UOMA – pronounced OMA (uh-mah) means beautiful and we believe that beauty starts the moment you decide to be yourself. We exist to re-write the rules of inclusivity and diversity to create a world of beauty that truly is for all of us.”

Uoma Beauty

15. Mented Cosmetics

“Pigment is our passion.”

Mented Cosmetics

16. Thrilla Seven

“Thrilla Seven features handmade ready-to-wear clothing that is daring, comfortable and embraces confidence and poise and drives off of a constant love for Women’s Empowerment. Thrilla Seven is a brand that prides itself in catering to the daring woman!”

Thrilla Seven

17. Tonya’s Cookies

“People say they can’t stop eating them until they are all gone.”

Tonya’s Cookies

18. Kids Coloring Co.

“Children Activities That Don’t Require A Tablet.”

Kid’s Coloring Co.


“CUSHNIE is a luxury women’s ready-to-wear and bridal brand designed by Carly Cushnie.”


20. Mint Swim

“Mint Swim was founded by actress / entrepreneur, Draya Howard in 2011. Mint Swim is created and designed with all shapes and sizes in mind. Targeting the woman that wants to feel sexy and enhance all the right curves while staying fashionable. “

Mint Swim

21. Pyer Moss

“by Kerby Jean-Raymond”

Pyer Moss

22. Sheila Rashid

“Sheila Rashid, Chicago’s bespoken designer, has shown remarkable talent in her journey to create pieces that confront and curtail gender identity. this unisex brand takes a new approach to creativity, simplicity, and persistency.”

Sheila Rashid


“House of Aama is a culturally inspired lifestyle brand rooted in the ethos of the African continent and diaspora.”


24. Undra Celeste New York

“Undra Celeste New York designs modern workwear for the modern woman. We desire to dress everyday women for the place you spend the most time in your life – your work.”

Undra Celeste New York

25. d.bleu.dazzled

“Ms. Bleu is the founder of d.bleu.dazzled which specializes in custom crystallized hosiery, lingerie, and performance wear.”


26. Calechie

Men, Women, Unisex and Custom-made Apparel.


27. Lockhart x RL

“A luxury ready-to-wear clothing brand.”

Lockhart x RL

28. Nyakio Beauty

“Clean & Green Skincare”

Nyakio Beauty

29. Beneath Your Mask

“Beneath Your Mask strives to create pure, luxurious, all-natural products loaded with tons of healing ingredients that appeal to all your senses.”

Beneath Your Mask

30. Ooli

“Whether locs are short, long, curled or coiffed; there’s a little something for everyone looking to keep their crown of glory refreshed and on point! “


31. Navabella

”Handcrafted premium, non0toxic, vegan & cruelty-free candles and more with you in mind.”


32. 39VII

Fashion house.


33. Milano Di Rouge

“Milano Di Rouge, LLC is an apparel brand that focus on providing affordable luxury to the fashion enthusiast.”

Milano Di Rouge

34. RISI

“RISI, which stands for Representation Is So Important, is the brainchild of illustrator/author Terri A. Meredith. It is the first customizable children’s book series that centers and celebrates Black children and culture. ”

RISI by Terri

35. The Folklore

“Our carefully curated product-line reflects the diversity of Africa’s contemporary urban landscapes and design aesthetic. We deliver apparel, accessories, shoes, bags, and homeware that can live in cities around the world, and be enjoyed by men and women who appreciate luxurious, thoughtful, clean and boundary-pushing design.”

The Folklore

36. Lace by Tanaya

Clothing & Jewellery

Lace by Tanaya

37. Unsun Cosmetics

“Founded by Katonya Breaux in 2016, after much frustration by the lack of options within the world of clean sunscreen products for women of color. Unsun Cosmetics was created to provide clean, no-residue options that were kind to the person using it as well as the environment it’s being used in. “

Unsun Cosmetics

38. Black 365

“The Black365 Team is made up of teachers, scholars, authors and educators who are dedicated to spreading the truth about Black History.”

Black 365

39. The Lip Bar

“The Lip Bar is a vegan and cruelty-free beauty brand that exists to help change the way you think about beauty.  Every day people are being told how to be beautiful – so we’re here to remind you that you don’t have to change. You Are Enough!”

The Lip Bar

40. Kazmeleje

“Pronounced: Cosmology. We get it. We’ve been where you are…tired of hair tools and accessories that don’t work! You’ve bought this comb, that brush and you’ve watched a ton of videos looking for the right solution for your hair. Well, look no further because we have created hair tools that are made specifically to address the styling and detangling needs for those of us with curly, coily, kinky hair!”


41. Nubian Hueman

“We are a social enterprise that specializes in sourcing and curating unique goods, fashion, and art by designers representing the global Diaspora.”

Nubian Hueman

42. Lauren Napier

“Not just a makeup remover, use to prep and refresh skin before applying makeup.”

Lauren Napier

43. Hanahana Beauty

“Hanahana Beauty is an all-natural, skincare + wellness brand whose mission is to disrupt the global beauty industry.”

Hanahana Beauty

44. Pattern Beauty

“We will meet your hair where it is & empower your curl pattern.”

PATTERN by Tracee Ellis Ross

45. Oyin Handmade

“Oyin” is the Yoruba word for honey, a natural humectant and amazing ingredient in natural hair and skin care. It also stands for the principles of sweetness, joy, and love — elements we seek to inspire in our customers’ daily acts of self-care.”

Oyin Handmade

46. Briogeo

“Our texture-specific products offer something for everyone – from repair, to volume, to curl care. We’ll never give you anything you don’t need.”


47. Rue 107

“Rue107 is a New York based contemporary women’s wear lifestyle brand.”

Rue 107

48. Coco’Pie Clothing

“Ponytails or puffs. Braids or twists. No matter how they wear their hair – our goal at Coco’Pie Clothing is to show black girls how beautiful they are by placing their awesomeness front and center on our shirts!”

Coco’Pie Clothing

49. Muehleder

Muehleder has a signature style that is easily recognizable due to the sculpting of Neoprene to create voluminous women’s wear.”


50. TPH by Taraji

“Our scalp-first approach creates the optimal environment for healthy hair no matter the style.”

TPH by Taraji

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