8 Black-Owned Brands At Ulta Beauty You Should Know
While significant room for improvement still remains, there’s a new standard for inclusivity and diversity in the beauty aisle. Hair, makeup, and skin-care brands are expanding their product selections to work with many different skin tones and hair types. But there’s another level of diversity that we care about when we shop, and that’s supporting the Black entrepreneurs who are creating products specifically for minority customers, because they were doing it long before the rest of the industry caught on.

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