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The Fashion Awards 2019 - Red Carpet Arrivals

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Fenty Skin has yet to launch and has already shook up the spaces where Black estheticians and skinfluencers dwell on social media. The roll-out for the brand is doing so well, products are already popping up on re-sell sites for up to $400! Go Rih-Rih.

With the all hype behind the celebrity centered brand, we’re reminded that togetherness is a beautiful thing. We’re sure Fenty’s July 31st launch will make history.

While we wait for Fenty, there are dozens of Black-owned skincare brands to support right NOW that were born in kitchens and basements around the country of dedicated Black people so we’d like to shine a light on them.

We gathered a list of Black-owned brands, big and small, buzzing right now, like Rosen. Rosen Skincare was founded by a college-age young woman, Jamika Martin, and can now be found nationwide in Urban Outfitters stores and online.

What’s cool about Rosen’s skincare line is they offer carved out skincare routines based on the needs of the customer. Hit the flip for even more Black-owned skincare businesses to spend with forever.

Hyper Skin is a “hyper-focused skincare” specializing in products intended for people with hyperpigmentation and needing an extra glow.


According to Nola Skinsentials owner, Jane, the brand “was created when I noticed my own skin issues not being catered to. Being an African American woman, I realized how challenging it was to find a brand that created all plant-based products for skin with melanin.”

Oui The People’s products are for the rest of the body, offerings having tools and nourishing products for your skin like “body gloss.”

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You may or may not have heard of Moon Cosmetics recently. The independent shop made headlines for making a million dollars in minutes. All of their stuff is homemade and hand mixed.

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Skin BUTTR is a natural beauty line offering skin butters, skincare, and scrubs for all skin types.

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With our beloved Glow Elixir disappearing by the end of the month (if not sooner), let’s give an Ode-To-The-Glow and highlight some of the amazing, honest, personal reviews from the Undefined Crew: . “The Glow Elixir is without a doubt the best, most effective skincare product I have ever used, and I've been into clean skincare since high school. As an essential worker wearing a surgical mask for 8-9 hours a day, my skin has been experiencing irritation, redness, and breakouts like never before. None of my other products (including tea tree oil, Kopari coconut lotion, and Vitamin E oil) could do anything about it. The Glow Elixir smells amazing, it goes on smooth and soft without being overly heavy, and it has made a noticeable difference in my acne, dryness, and redness in just a week. A little goes a long way: I barely use one and a half pumps to cover my whole face in the evening. This is an amazing product that is worth every penny, and would be even if it cost twice as much. Thank you so much Undefined!” —Izzy H . If you’ve been eyeing this baby, the time is now to #GetTheGlow before it’s gone forever. As always, TY for supporting #consciouscapitalism + #blackownedbusiness and recognizing this is not a moment, it’s a movement✌🏾#LiveUndefined . . . . . #selfcaresunday #sundayskincare #soulfulsunday #supersoulsunday #highvibetribe #yourvibeattractsyourtribe #honestreviews #glowyskin #glowup #glowgetter #skinisin #skincareessentials #iloveskincare #skincareregime #instaskin #nontoxicskincare #cleanskincare #cbdskincare #cbdmovement #veganskincare #adaptogenic #crueltyfreeskincare #femalefounders #blackbusinessowner #shopblack #buyblack

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Undefined Beauty specializes in “clean” skincare products for the face and body.


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