Black-Owned Brands 2020 Holiday Gift Guide

by Chinea Rodriguez

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2020 was the year that Black-owned brands got a lot of love, but it’s a momentum we have to keep going as the COVID-19 pandemic threatens smaller businesses. The holidays are around the corner, the temperatures are dropping and it’s the perfect time to shop our favorite black-owned brands and stock up on gifts for your family and friends.  It can be hard to figure out what to get loved but we’ve made as simple as possible with this holiday gift guide. June was a pivotal time to highlight Black businesses we’re loving, but we’re all about continuing our support through social media shares, shopping and spreading this message to our communities. 

 

Black-owned Brands and Businesses to Shop in our ATPB Holiday Gift Guide 

To get you started, we’ve rounded up a few picks from some of our fave luxe handbags and accessories to skincare and haircare must-haves. Shop Black-owned brands and businesses we love and support with our bumper holiday gift guide. 

 

Hair Care

NaturAll Club Fresh Avocado Deep Conditioner Bundle, $35.10

NaturAll club offers haircare with fresh all-natural products for natural hair featuring avocado. Pick a bundle for your hair concerns and pop it in the freezer for longer shelf life. 

 

Bread Beauty Supply Wash-Day Essentials Kit for Curly & Textured Hair, $58

Bread’s goal is the simplify wash day, grab this kid of clean beauty essentials which features scented shampoo, a hair mask, an oil and a scrunchie for styling your hair. 

 

Naturalicious Deluxe Travel Set with Custom Clutch, $35

A set of natural haircare essentials from Naturalicious including our favorite, their Heavenly Hydration Grapeseed Hair Mist.

 

WonderCurl Shea Butter for Hair, $20

Offering affordable products for curly hair, our pick from WonderCurl is their sealing hair butter for deep moisture. 

 

Adwoa Beauty baomint deep conditioning treatment, $36

A minty, deep conditioning treatment from clean beauty brand Adwoa. 

 

 

Skincare & Wellness

Glory Skincare Subscription Box, $129

For the skincare obsessed or the skincare newbie, Glory Skincare offers custom subscription boxes featuring cruelty-free and nontoxic skincare. Shop their skincare selections or grab a subscription box. 

 

Rosen Skincare Clear Routine, $55

Offering easy to follow skin care routines and products suited for your needs, Rosen Skincare, has been on everyone’s radar. Pick up a few of their products or grab a routine for your skincare concerns. 

 

Golde Complete Beauty + Wellness Kit, $150

This wellness brand offers skincare and great tasting, easy to use tonics for de-stressing, and improving overall health. Grab them all in this kit.  

 

Hanahana Beauty Amber Vanilla Shea Body Butter, $28

From this clean beauty brand, Hanahana, our pick is this vanilla scented body butter. 

 

Epi.Logic Cult Favorites, $400 

A collection of cult favorite skincare from Dr. Chaneve Jeanniton. 

 

La Botica Ceremony Candle, $65

Simple, minimal, and chic candles from New York-based brand La Botica, our pick is their best-selling Ceremony candle. 

 

The Koop Toasty Candle, $21

A coconut and almond scented candle from this Brooklyn-based candle company. 

 

Makeup 

The Lip Bar Fast Face Kit, $99

An easy all-in-one kit from this beauty brand known for its bold, pigmented and long-lasting colorful lipsticks for women of color. 

 

Mented Everyday Eyeshadow Palette, $28

Ideal for all skintones, this palette of matte neutrals from Mented cosmetics is perfect for everyday makeup. 

 

Uoma Beauty Immortal Eyes Kit, $29

Everything you need for a dramatic eye look, this kit from Uoma includes a liner, mascara and travel-size mascara. 

 

Clothing & Accessories 

dbleudazzled grateful af crewneck, $45

From the bedazzled brand beloved by Beyoncé and more, a cozy sweater for the holidays. 

 

Re Ona Halterneck Dress Black, $108

Offering elevated and luxury basics, Re Ona has everything you need for a curated wardrobe. Our pick is this halter neck dress with a classic 90s silhouette. 

 

Phlemuns Logo Cloud Sweater, $155

This logo sweater with a cloud print from Phlemuns also has a matching mask for cute winter outfits. 

 

Anima Iris Matte Midnight Zaza Grande, $600

Hand-crafted in Senegal, Anima Iris offers structured classic bags. Our pick is the Zaza Grande, perfect for everyday wear. 

 

Brandon Blackwood ESR Tote, $300

Blackwood’s “End Systemic Racism” bags went viral earlier this year and there are plenty more affordable, on-trend bags to shop. Our pick is the snakeskin ESR tote with a message. 

 

Ashya x T.A. Exclusive Bag, $1,295

A two for one this exclusive bag is a collaboration between black-owned boutique T.A. New York and  popular leather goods brand Ashya. 

 

Kayadua Kaya Bag. $84

From this Ghanaian brand offering handcrafted accessories, our pick is this gorgeous fringed bag in several colors. 

 

Nyree Jewelry Twisted Mini Hoops, $45

Offering a selection of curated jewelry, Nyree Jewelry carries affordable staples. Our pick, the twisted mini hoops are a fun take on the everyday hoop. 

 

Edas Dorothy’s Earrings, $155

Offering sustainable and well-crafted accessories, our faves from Edas are these minimal earrings. 

 

JAM + RICO Cowrie Earrings, $40

Drawing inspiration from Caribbean islands, this brand offers bold and bright jewelry.  Check out these cowrie shell inspired earrings. 

 

Khiry Nandi Drops in Gold Vermeil, $495

Khiry offers modern luxury jewelry with a twist. Why not try the Nandi drop earrings in gold vermeil?

 

Mateo NY Duality Pearl Drop Earrings, $57

Modern fine jewelry from CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Finalist Mateo. We’re in love with the baroque pearl earrings.

 

Have you found any new Black-owned brands you’re loving this year? If we’ve missed any – let us know in the comments below!

Image credit: Ashya x Shop T.A 

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