How Two Best Friends Are Revolutionizing Beauty for Black Women

From Left to Right: Bridgette (left) and Valese Jones of The Queendom Beauty Box want to put Black and brown women at the forefront of the beauty industry | Photo credit: Annie Cortes

Subscription services have seen a rise in popularity amid the pandemic, as people can choose to have items like food, groceries, house supplies and beauty products delivered to their doors. For the latter, a duo of Dallas-based best friends is catering to Black women and other women of color, while simultaneously shining light on women-owned businesses.

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UNT Alumnus | 26 | Lover of music, food, baseball, dogs and world cultures | Curator of incredibly dope playlists

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