By Natalie Daher.
As sisters Jenae and Jasmine Harris watched their subscription boxes full of disappointing, unused and expensive cosmetics pile up, they realized something: All the mainstream beauty box services they’d been ordering were aimed at white women, not African Americans like themselves, or other women of color.
“If it was makeup, the coloring would be off,” Jasmine explains to MPR News. “Lipstick, the shades would be inappropriate for my skin tone, or [the] hair products were not made for kinkier textured hair, like mine.”
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