Celebrating LGBTQ Brands during Pride Month and Beyond

Grace Owens | Beauty Editor

In celebration of Pride Month, discover your favorite new beauty products celebrating LGBTQ owners and issues that you’ll reach for every month after.

Source: Snif

Meet Snif, the perfume brand that features genderless scents made from clean, vegan and high-quality ingredients.

Whether you want spicy gourmands or fresh florals, Snif is bound to have a scent to suit your interests.

This brand puts an emphasis on gender and identity inclusion. Their scents are not marketed specifically to men or women, and they work to remove gendered words from talk around fragrances.

Build your own fragrance bundle to sample a few of their most popular scents here.

Malin + Goetz is an LGBTQ-owned brand designed for every skin type, skin tone and gender.

They strive to create sustainable, low-waste and effective skin and body care.

As a brand, they “support all avenues that create awareness and provide education against racism and violence,” and “amplify conversations and shed light on pressing issues the world is facing today.”

Pick up some of their best-sellers for body, face and hair all in a convenient travel size here. The set includes a body and hand wash, body moisturizer, face moisturizer, shampoo and conditioner and a face cleanser, all packaged in sustainable aluminum tubes.

Source: JVNHair

Most people were in awe of Jonathan Van Ness’s hair on the hit show, Queer Eye. With his hair care line, customers can feel and look their best with sustainable, clean and vegan products.

“JVN allows everyone…to find their best hair self, feel beautiful…while being confident in their choice to bring clean beauty to their hair,” says Van Ness.

Get a travel-sized set of three of their best products here. The trio includes a soothing scalp oil, heat protecting recovery serum and frizz-reducing air-dry cream.

Source: WellPeople

LGBTQ-owned Well People has been committed to plant-powered and cruelty-free beauty for about half a decade.

In an effort to support equality and human rights around the world, Well People utilizes a Fair Trade Certified Factory in all of their manufacturing processes.

All of their products are sourced with the planet in mind, and each ingredient, such as pomegranate seed oil, broccoli seed oil and algae are selected for their regenerative and nourishing properties.

Get a kit of four product perfect for getting that natural, no-makeup makeup look here. This kit includes their cult-favorite Expressionist Pro Mascara, blush, brow gel, lipstick and a brightening powder.

Whether you want a fragrance, makeup, or something in-between, these LGBTQ-focused brands are a sure addition to your beauty routine.

Grace Owens is a senior majoring in Public Relations and English. She is currently the Beauty Editor for Alice. Originally from Dothan, Alabama, she hopes to pursue a career in media relations.