Omenaa Boakye

Omenaa Boakye is an editor, fashion stylist, and lifestyle journalist. She covers beauty and fashion for numerous magazines, including Real Simple.

* Is fashion and beauty editor at InStyle
* Provides fashion styling for publications, TV shows, brands, and celebrities
* Contributes lifestyle, beauty, and fashion articles to Real Simple and others
The beauty industry encompasses a wide range of diverse products, and yet it has still lacked inclusivity in so many areas. For many black beauty founders, what began as a mission to create beauty products that solved personal needs has evolved into universally beloved skin, body, and hair care suitable for all skin types and tones.  Ahead, we've compiled a list of black-owned beauty brands that should be on your radar—today, tomorrow, and always. From richly pigmented lipsticks and deeply nourishing oils that reveal radiant skin, to true nude polishes for all skin tones and a sunscreen that nourishes while avoiding residue, this list has a little bit of everything for every hue of beauty (since every hue counts).  RELATED: 25+ Black-Owned Home Decor Brands to Shop
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