If You Loved Fenty Beauty You'll Probably Love These Lines Too.

When Rihanna's Fenty Beauty dropped last month, girls all over the world were so excited.  This would be the largest launch of a 40-shade foundation range made to fit the subtleties of darker complexions. 

Fenty Beauty was a hit but did you know there are WOC-owned makeup brands that have perfected the art of foundation a longgg time ago? We'll we've made you a long list and maybe, perhaps, you'll want to get some of these through us! 


1. Marena Beaute 


Those looking for a lightweight base that will blur imperfections without suffocating your skin will love this offering from Marena Beaute. 


2. Ashunta Sheriff 

When it comes to stick foundations that glide like a balm and last hours, this is the one to beat. Ashunta Sheriff's stick foundation is not only a classic, but one that's stood the test of time.

3. KoyVoca 


This foundation delivers a skin-like finish we swear by, plus it's oil-free. While it's listed as full coverage, it never feels heavy when you apply a base of nourishing moisturizer.


4. Danessa Myricks



Danessa Myricks is one of the only stick foundations we've tried that manages to provide heavy-duty coverage without looking cakey on the skin.

5. Plain Jane Cosmetics

This lightweight foundation from Plain Jane's foundation line, of course, feels just like your skin — and allows you to build and build on it without that cakey feel. Plus, the formula lightly diffuses into your skin to blur any imperfections into a gorgeous, demi-matte finish.


6. HueNoir

This foundation scores major points in the wear department — whether you’re oily-skinned or on the drier side. It feels ultra-light and breathable on the skin, while still offering superb coverage. There’s no slip-and-slide, no caking, just a beautiful, seamless finish.


7. AJ Crimson

 AJ Crimson's cult-favorite foundation is a winner because of its natural-looking finish. It's perfect for those up-close selfies, because it keeps your skin looking like actual skin.




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