9 Black-Owned Fragrance Brands You Should Definitely Buy Your Next Scent From
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We can think of dozens of Black-owned beauty brands out there that deserve our support now and always, but even as we look to amplify these companies and their amazing products, it isn't hard to notice that there's a huge shortage of Black-owned fragrance brands specifically. For a range of reasons, Black fragrance-brand founders are few and far between, but that doesn't mean the ones making names for themselves in the fragrance industry don't also deserve an equal amount of visibility. In case you're in the market for a new perfume or two, read ahead to check out a few Black-owned fragrance brands guaranteed to make you feel just as amazing as you'll smell.