do you wear makeup? cool. here's a list of indie brands not owned, founded by, or in association with fucking white supremacists:
*Beauty Bakerie: black woman owned
*Magnolia Makeup: black woman owned
*Ka'oir Cosmetics: black woman owned
*Sugarpill: asian woman owned
*J Cat Beauty: asian owned
*Sabbatical Beauty: asian woman owned
*Besame Cosmetics: latinx owned
*Alamar Cosmetics: cuban woman owned
*Melt Cosmetics: latinx woman owned
and there are dozens more. ditch you loyalty to racists!
Happy Valentines Day! Here's a few more cosmetic companies to check out that are queer and/ or bipoc focused!
*hiwildflower - queer bangladeshi owned
*bioglitz.co - biodegradable glitter, queer owned
*fluide - queer owned and queer activism driven
*jecca blac - not queer owned but originally created for trans clients of the owner, and gives portion of its proceeds to Mermaids UK
@popstar i've heard really really good reviews from Beauty Bakerie. i lit look thru their products just out of curiosity. fkfjg
like if i actually wore makeup i would def buy from it. lmao
@popstar thanks for sharing, I'll add it to my mind map for reference :)
See my toot here about it: https://sunbeam.city/@puffinus_puffinus/103620615054133376
@popstar hell yeah thanks for this list
@popstar Thank you for this!! going to share this with my wife when she gets home, she will be totally down. she usually uses urban decay, and I am not sure how their record is aside from being vegan.
@popstar thank you for this list - i hadn't heard of all of these!
@popstar i love sugarpill
@extinct same. Their liquid lipstick is killer for eyeliner
@popstar they also make one of the only true red eyeshadows i've found that's not in a big expensive palette
@popstar i dont wear makeup but I'm gonna share this.
@popstar Juvia’s place, UOMA, Colored raine, and of course Fenty beauty are black-owned if I am not mistaken
@popstar oh good I been lookin for glitter
@popstar I don't suppose any of these are available in drugstores and/or very cheap? Just getting started in makeup so not sure I know enough to go for anything expensive
@hummingrain i think jecca blac is available in walmart, but the rest are higher end things you would only find online or at a department store or like, ulta. however, if you're just getting started, look into E.L.F. which is cruelty free, cheap, and easy to get in a drug store!
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