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Kendall Miles Designs
Kendall Reynolds is a brilliant businesswoman and one to watch in the footwear scene. The 25-year-old entrepreneur is the founder and mastermind behind the shoe empire Kendall Miles Designs (KMD), which has been getting attention for all the right reasons. From designing in her college apartment to seeing Rihanna rocking her boots.
The Crayon Case
Known for its bright colors, creative packaging, and emphasis on being a cosmetic line dedicated to amateur makeup users, Raynell Steward found her niche in the market and a very loyal fan base. Cyber Monday alone, the Crayon Case made over $1.3 million in an hour!
There’s finally a head cap that black women can wear to bed and run errands! Grace Eleyae has a number of cute headpieces (turbans, beanies, and even fedoras) that are all satin lined to protect our hair while keeping us looking cute.
Ase Naturals, founded by 27-year-old Shannon Cann is a high-vibing, cruelty-free skincare and wellness brand that includes body oils, soaks, and teas. The popular oils, which have received international attention, are made by hand under full and new moon phases, are crystal infused and include gentle, yet rich vitamins for glowing skin.
The Lip Bar
Melissa Butler has come a long way since showcasing her highly pigmented, moisturizing lipsticks on ABC’s Shark Tank where she was told that “the chances that this is a business are practically zero” and that the industry would “crush you like the cockroaches you are.” She has had the last laugh as not only has her gorgeous line increased its offerings and received celebrity endorsements, it has even secured major retailers like Target!
Jumping Jax Taxes
Dana Chanel and her husband Prince Donnell have founded the first and fastest-growing tax company in the USA to bring the tax professional to you using a mobile app. Jumping Jack Taxes is a family business dedicated to building generational wealth and keeping money in our communities by providing access to financial literacy.
Dana Chanel is clearly making many moves that need to be supported, including her online store Curl Bible, which is the No. 1 black-owned online beauty supply store, powered by over 200 small women-owned businesses. If you’re looking for products for curly or kinky hair, this is your spot. If you own a beauty line and would like it to reach more people, this is also your spot as there is a Curl Bible Directory as well as a vendor’s application and influencer program!
Satori Notes Jewelry
Founder Chyna Cyrus shares, “Our goal is to create jewelry pieces that awaken the world-conquering, fearless, boss babe within! Satori Notes are gentle, yet edgy reminders on gold plated and stainless steel bracelets for black women to manifest their best lives. We are dedicated to creating sh*t that reminds you daily that you are a powerhouse.
Organigrow Hair Co
Kay Cola shared that the product was created after a bad haircut, awful extensions, and dying her hair, leaving it brittle, lacking volume, strength, and length. She realized she was using shampoos with sulphate and parabens, and using styling products with chemicals in them and wanted to provide an alternate solution for others looking to revive their hair.
The BombChel Factory
Bernard’s Bombchel Factory features bold African fashion with a cause. Prints are purchased in West Africa, the designs are dreamed up by the founder and then created by women working in her factory in Monrovia, Liberia. Archel Bernard’s mission: “To teach an all-women staff of Ebola survivors, rape victims, and the deaf…to improve their lives by helping them to become self-sufficient through skill-training and education.”
Sukie’s Candle Co
Sukie Candle Co. features exotically scented, toxin-free soy candles with over 40 hours of burn life. On top of their unique scents, the candles have been mindfully sourced using 100% pure soy wax, derived domestically from American farmers.
Black Girl Sunscreen
Black Girl Sunscreen was created out of the necessity for a high-quality SPF that didn’t leave white residue on darker skin tones. Shontay Lundy is on a mission to provide blacks with a solution to their sunblock dilemma along with providing them with more natural ingredients and much-needed sun-protection education.