Latin Heritage Month Beauty Tips

This month is Latin Heritage Month and there’s no better way to celebrate than by spotlighting these beauty brands.

Photo by Caique Nascimento

It Runs in the Family

You may have seen Luna Magic on Shark Tank. Afro-Latina and Dominican-American sisters Mabel and Shaira started the company in 2022 and have been making moves in the beauty world ever since. With successful partnerships with Colgate Optic White to big big deals with retailers like Target, CVS, and Walmart, the Frias sisters are building their dream. The product line features high quality, affordable cosmetics with an electric, bright vibe.

If you’re looking for vivid hues for your lids, lips, and cheeks, Luna Magic has it. They also offer eye lashes, fragrances, and brushes.

www.lunamagic.com

The Beauty of Blended Culture

The iconic makeup sponge Beautyblender was founded by former makeup artist Rea Ann Silva. The brand launched in 2003 and was a known game changer. Today’s top sellers are The Original Beautyblender makeup sponge, Rosie Posie Blender Essentials Set, and the Rocket to Flawless blend & cleanse set. The products are cruelty free and vegan.

www.Beautyblender.com

Photo by Nick Noel

From Tunes to Tones

When Singer Becky G launched Treslúce in 2021 her mission was to “highlight communities and always give back in an intentional way, supporting Latinx artists and artisans across the U.S. and Latin America.” To celebrate Treslúce’s one year anniversary you can try out some of the brands best shadows, brushes, lashes, and liners in the Becky Made Me Do It collection. And you’ll get a Treslúce Flor de Mexico Pocket Mirror.

https://treslucebeauty.com

I’m so glad to see these beauty brands doing great things! Looking for other ways to support Latin Heritage Month? Here’s a great article by Good Housekeeping.

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