Juneteenth is slowly yet surely approaching, and what better way to celebrate other than with a few Black-owned brands to support now and always. “Even if you don’t realize it, your values are reflected in the purchases you make every single day. It’s one thing to say, “Black lives matter.” It’s an entirely different thing to show they matter by reaching into your wallet,” said Bustle. Supporting Black-owned businesses means keeping the Black dollar within the Black community. It also means showing support to small businesses that are making a big impact. “How can you make an impact? You can start by supporting Black-owned brands on Juneteeth and beyond. Regardless of the time of year, taking inventory of the businesses you support and shop from is a key,” Bustle continues.

Juneteenth commemorates the end of slavery in the U.S. It is known as the oldest nationally celebrated holiday. Originating in Galveston, Texas in 1865, Juneteenth has been celebrated annually ever since. Now that Juneteenth is right around the corner, here are a few Black-owned beauty brands to keep on your radars.

The Lip Bar

 

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BIPOC founded and led by women, The Lip Bar is a maximum impact and minimal effort beauty brand that has all of your favorite must-haves.

NTRL By Sabs

 

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NTRL By Sabs is a clean Black-owned women-Led beauty brand that’s changing how we view beauty through mindful and healthy ingredients.

Bomba Curls

 

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Bomba Curls is providing TLC to every curl, kink, and texture with clean haircare products.

Naturalicious Beauty

Naturalicious Beauty is the ultimate Black-owned natural beauty brand to keep on your radar with confidence-boosting products.

Bread Beauty Supply

Bread Beauty Supply is formulated for all curl types that provide simple yet effective hair care basics for your everyday routine.

Cay Skin by Winnie Harlow

Founded by supermodel and activist Winnie Harlow, Cay Skin is lightweight, breathable skincare that’s helping you live your best life in your best skin.

Hyper Skin

 

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Hyper Skin is changing how we view dark spots and marks with scientifically proven skincare products.

Chris Collins

Chris Collins fragrances are the ultimate dose of TLC you need in your repertoire.

LYS Beauty

 

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LYS Beauty is designed to target common skincare concerns with plant-based, vegan-friendly makeup products.

The Glam Room

The Glam Room offers must-have skin and hair products that aid the process of healthy skin and healthy hair.

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