A Swedish cosmetics brand by makeup artist Diarry Maréna that focuses on makeup for women of color. Products include lipstick, blush, foundation, powder, and lashes.
Inspired by Africa, the birthplace of humanity, Juvia’s Place celebrates African culture through their products, and it can be seen through their packaging. They have some of the most pigmented and colorful eyeshadows and inclusive foundation shade ranges, all at an affordable price.
This brand is all about sweets, with their bakery, pastry, and candy themed liquid lipsticks, setting powders, eyeliners, etc. Founded by CEO Cashmere Nicole.
Makeup brand by the music megastar Rihanna who changed the makeup game by creating 40 inclusive foundation shades in her first launch.
Makeup artist, photographer, and entrepreneur Danessa Myricks created an artisanal brand developed with the belief that “Makeup is art and that the world of beauty should be inclusive of every woman.”
High end and high quality makeup by world renowned runway makeup artist Pat McGrath, who has worked with many luxury brands like Dior, Givenchy, Gucci, Prada, Ana Sui, etc.
Up and coming brand that sells pigmented satin lipsticks in shades of nude suitable for all skin tones at an affordable $12 price point.
The perfect brand for everyday essentials needed for a full face. Founders KJ Miller and Amanda E. Johnson created Mented to make the perfect nude lipsticks, since then, they have branched off into eyeshadow, foundation, bronzer, and much more.
JDGlow caters to those who are not afraid to shine, literally. They provide some of the shiniest glitter tubes, loose powders and highlighters.
A cosmetics, skincare, and fragrance brand that sells an array of matte and creamy lipsticks as well as lip glosses.
A cosmetic line with some of the most colorful eye shadow palettes, eye shadow singles, lipsticks, glosses, and lashes. The brand was made with the mission to embrace diversity through beauty.
A makeup brand that values self-expression, inclusivity, African pride, and colorful living. Their values are seen through their products with their large foundation range, colorful lipsticks, and their African culture inspired collections.
Created by Melissa Butler, who wanted to break beauty standards. The Lip Bar has many products to choose from including their bestselling bronzer/blush duos.
This elementary school supply themed makeup brand is founded by Wuzzam Supa, also known as Supa. She created this brand as a safe haven for people to experiment with makeup and use their imagination.
“Created in 1994 to celebrate the nuances of black skin, the beauty revelation that was Black Opal became a beauty revolution–in color, identity and empowerment.” Recently acquired by Desiree Rogers and Cheryl Mayberry McKissack in 2019. Black Opal can be found in drugstores around the country.
A small independent company that started out selling false lashes and has now grown to sell vivid eyeshadow palettes and makeup brushes.