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Whippd Cosmetics Launches Nude Lip Gloss Collection Catering to Black Women
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Whippd Cosmetics Launches Nude Lip Gloss Collection Catering to Black Women

Restocking on July 7.
482 Hypes

F. Miller Skincare Is the Aesthetic Clean Beauty Brand for Modern Minimalists
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F. Miller Skincare Is the Aesthetic Clean Beauty Brand for Modern Minimalists

An independent, queer-owned label transforming skin with multi-use staples.
686 Hypes

La Bouche Rouge to Launch First-Ever Refillable & Recyclable Makeup Line
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La Bouche Rouge to Launch First-Ever Refillable & Recyclable Makeup Line

A full makeup routine without any microplastic.
631 Hypes


Take a Sneak Peek at the Teyana Taylor x MAC Cosmetics Collection
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Take a Sneak Peek at the Teyana Taylor x MAC Cosmetics Collection

Including ’90s-inspired lipstick, lip gloss and more.
1,435 Hypes

Glossier Introduces the Priming Moisturizer Balance
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Glossier Introduces the Priming Moisturizer Balance

Specifically designed for oily and combination skin.
737 Hypes

CVS to Make Men's Makeup Mainstream in the U.S.
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CVS to Make Men's Makeup Mainstream in the U.S.

Starting off by stocking Stryx, an emerging beauty label for men.
736 Hypes


Kosas Gets Ready For Summer With Chemistry AHA Serum Deodorant
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Kosas Gets Ready For Summer With Chemistry AHA Serum Deodorant

Built upon the idea of normalizing the fact that women have BO.
712 Hypes

Everyday Humans Drops Zero White Cast Vegan Sunscreen Dubbed Rosé S’il Vous Plait
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Everyday Humans Drops Zero White Cast Vegan Sunscreen Dubbed Rosé S’il Vous Plait

Suitable for acne-prone and oily skin.
556 Hypes

Kristen Noel Crawley Launches Virtual Beauty School for Black Female Entrepreneurs
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Kristen Noel Crawley Launches Virtual Beauty School for Black Female Entrepreneurs

Providing free education and advice to Black women in the beauty industry.
795 Hypes

L'Oréal is Removing Words Like "Whitening" and "Lightening" From Its Products
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L'Oréal is Removing Words Like "Whitening" and "Lightening" From Its Products

A step to standing up against racial stereotypes.
434 Hypes

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