14 large black-owned business|a Cup of Joe

Black-owned business, we love

One way, we are committed to supporting the black community is in a black-owned business, now and in the future. To that end, here are 14 real life brands and shops(and please share your love below)…

Skin care

Under your mask
This brand, which seems to be taking the world by storm, began when the founder, Dana Jackson was diagnosed with lupus and had to switch to an all-natural method. And the whipped souffle skin has a cult following, the entire line to give praise. (Amazing remedy balm is a balm and overnight mask one!)

Oui the people
This line of body care products includes a body Shine, in shower moisturizer, and even bikini line sheet masks! However, their outstanding product is their reusable razor, which has black, gold and rose gold.


Not off of work
These naughty ceramic is handmade in Brooklyn, the owner of Sarah Hosseini. Her works are available in many shops, and they update her own store.

Sticks Lollipop
How amazing are these handmade works of ceramic artists Lalese stamps? She is based in Columbus, Ohio and currently makes everything in her site. (Her Instagram is great, too.)

Home goods

This from the New York brand began when founder Jason Evege can’t find the real sheets under $ 1000(without the need to ship them from Europe). All Linoto beautiful bed linen, curtains, towels, tablecloths and napkins are proudly made in the USA.

Founded by twin brothers Byron and Dexter Peart,Goodee committed to help start meaningful, sustainable brand. Now, the store has 46 of the brand in all categories of home goods. Their website also allows you to store room.

Established designer, artist and writer too Blakeney, which stores everything from paper, works of art and ceramics to pillows, textiles and clothing, and even all in a range of fun colours and bright patterns. In addition, the photos on the website are full of inspiration.

Bolé road textiles
Created by Brooklyn designer Hana Getachew, this collection of vibrant colors and patterns is an homage to traditional Ethiopian textiles filled her childhood home. The brand includes a full line of household items, including curtains, pillows, carpets and even wallhangings.

Harlem Candle Co.
This line of luxury candles inspired by the founder, Teri Johnson’s favorite perfume,jazz and her neighbors in the Harlem area.

Claire paint
Claire started by an interior designer who would like to make your painter as easy as possible. They will help you choose a color you like(they even have a leather stick-like!) Then provide everything you could possibly need to do the work. In addition, their coatings are the zero volatile organic compounds.

Hair and nails

If you have not tried their products, there is a good chance you see them around(they are performed by major retailers, such as Sephora, research and buy). Founder Nancy wound began to make her grandmother a natural product of the recipes in her tiny New York apartment. Their masks are widely darling, and has won tons of Beauty Awards.

People of color
Growing, the founder of the Jacqueline Carrington had never seen nail Polish is reflected in the skin tone like her. She decided to complement all the brown skin. But their non-toxic, vegan, cruelty product is meant for everyone—their slogan is,”for people of color and those living in color,”says it all.


Aliya Wanek
This Bay Area brand to create comfortable, stylish clothing, which is by the ethics and sustainable development. Founder Aliya sewing many of the costumes yourself, or directly with the local sewers and contractors production and dye each piece.

Taylor and Max
This small family business stocks beautiful pieces for women, children and infants, as well as toys. Brands include favorite Misha&puff, Soor Ploom, small Rodini and the new selection.

Of course, this is just a small offer, and we’d love to hear any other favorites you may have. We will also continue to promote and support black-owned businesses in future posts.

What other black-owned store or brand you love? Please share below.

(Photo by Aliya Wanek.)

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