18 Black-Owned Brands to Support During Black History Month and Beyond
Black History Month is an especially important time to celebrate, reflect, and uplift communities.
Together, we can strengthen the impact of Black-owned brands by continuously supporting them all year long.
Founded in 2016 by Denise Woodward, Partake is a purveyor of healthy snack foods that accommodate all dietary needs. Not only are their cookies gluten-free, vegan, non-GMO and free of the top 14 allergens, they’re also delicious!
AAKS offers handmade bags from Ghana that blend tradition with modern style, adding a pop of color to your accessories. The line’s mission is to support ethical production processes and encourage sustainable fashion consumption.
Everything Rihanna creates is highly considerate and truly meant for every body. Her lingerie line is especially empowering for people of all backgrounds, genders, body types, and abilities.
The grooming products from Scotch Porter are designed for men in mind, but everyone can enjoy their gorgeous scents and body care products. Plus, they donate a portion of sales to community impact initiatives.
Known for their inclusive nude lipsticks for every skin tone, Propa’s creamy formulas are a favorite amongst beauty aficionados.
Founded by Nancy Twine, Briogeo has been a leader in the clean hair care movement. It’s beloved by customers for its diverse lineup of formulas for every hair type, and is stocked at major retailers like Sephora, Revolve, Ulta, and Target.
It’s not an exaggeration to say that Fenty changed the makeup game. Its inclusive range of foundations, concealers, and formulas for all skin tones continues to set the gold standard in the beauty industry.
Good American is a go-to destination for high-quality jeans made for all body types and sizes. Their bodysuits, tanks, and tees are perpetual favorites as well. And it was co-founded by Emma Grede!
According to Black Girl Sunscreen, “when it comes to melanoma, Black people have a lower survival rate due to late diagnosis compared to other races.” So the line set out to “start the conversation around sun protection and education” by introducing a line of moisturizing, white cast-free sun products formulated for all skin tones.
Cay Skin is another suncare brand creating SPF-driven products for all skin tones. The brand was founded by model Winnie Harlow, and recently launched a tinted lip balm that buyers are loving.
Yes, this brand may in fact make your skin feel like “buttah!” This lovely, high-end skincare brand is made specifically for deeper skin tones with hydrating moisturizers and brightening serums.
This brand makes some of the most trendy, chic bags on the market. They’ll undoubtedly be on all the cool kids’ wish lists this year!
Created by the legendary artist herself, Pat McGrath Labs delivers ultimate glam makeup while catering to all backgrounds, genders, and skin tones. Recently, the brand created iconic looks for Maison Margiela’s Spring Haute Couture runway show, instantly going viral for their amazing artistry.
A true go-to makeup line for color cosmetics that work for all skin tones, Uoma sells eye shadow, lipsticks, and more in vibrant, bright hues. Plus, their foundation comes in an impressive 51 shades.
Beneath Your Mask is all about providing skin care beyond the basics, focusing on clean and luxurious self-care for radiant skin.
Founded by British businesswoman, Ade Hassan, Nubian Skin is redefining lingerie and hosiery with inclusive options for all colors and body types.
This trendy and cool swimwear line sells a combination of fun, sexy styles and breezy coverups made for every beach vibe.
A former style director of Tommy Hilfiger, Victor Glemaud founded his own line focusing on bodycon dresses and classic silhouettes with striking, modern details.