“I hold strong to the idea of supporting indie brands, especially now,” said the YouTuber and creator of the hashtag #ColourPopMeBlack.
Forvr Mood launches Aug. 10 with a collection of candles.
The partnership is the first to exist within Snapchat and the Bitmoji app.
The woman behind popular Instagram accounts ScorpioMystique and KnowTheZodiac shares her most asked questions, Scorpio placements and why she created an EP of mantras.
Item Beauty, backed by brand incubator Madeby Collective, will launch on Aug. 11 with six products.
Elaluz, which translates to “she is light” in Coelho’s native Portuguese language, will bow online on Aug. 3 with two products.
“What we are experiencing and demanding and requiring of brands is to step up with an activist and advocacy position,” Gavigan said.
“If you pay by the visit, then the whole health-care system is incentivized for you to come back and have more visits,” she said.
Black-owned beauty retailers — many of which are women-founded and self-funded — are meeting the needs of consumers of color who have long been neglected by beauty’s biggest players.
Charnas and Something Navy’s interim ceo Matt Scanlan discuss her stand-alone brand launch, the coronavirus and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Influencer marketing is still in a nascent stage. Already it is riddled with racism.
Marbles announced that she would quit YouTube for the time being.