BGV Holiday Gift Guide: 27 Entrepreneurs that You Can Support this Season
It's that time of year again…'tis the season to shop! With a busy holiday schedule, you might be wondering where to shop for your gifts. Whether you're after an amazing gift for your work associate, a loved one, or maybe something sweet for yourself; be sure to check out Black Girl Venture's holiday gift guide as you're shopping this winter holiday season.
Infinite Hair Growth Beauty
Sarah Marshal is the founder of Infinite Hair Care. Infinite Hair Care was designed for women who care about what they put in and on their bodies. They create quality products that are made with natural and organic ingredients. They aim to let nature guide us to healthier and happier hair. Infinite has rapidly grown into a Global brand. They take pride in remaining the company you know and love.
Zanbria Asante is the founder of Swella Beauty, a seamless hair braiding experience. They promise to provide their customers luxury, convenient, and stress-free hair braiding experiences. Swella is dedicated to providing an experience as beautiful and protective as the style. With their modern and cashless system, booking and checkout occur on their website. Save your hair preferences for easy checkout for future appointments.
Janet & Jo
Kendra Woolridge is the founder of Janet & Jo. Janet & Jo is a luxury nail lacquer that is vegan, cruelty-free, and with vibrant colors. The nail lacquers are free of at least ten toxic ingredients found in nail products with proven linkages to cancer, congenital disabilities, reproductive issues, and allergens. Janet & Jo is mindful of the ingredients without compromising the quality or vibrancy of their nail lacquers.
Rachel and Sade Baron are the founders of Sade Baron. They create high-quality vegan body products packed with nutrient-rich superfoods that are good for your skin and the planet. Skin's amazingly intricate layers and regenerative powers inspire every one of these products. They believe in the body's power to heal and correct itself. Sade Baron creates skinfood to repair, moisturize, and train your skin to look, feel, and be better.
Britany Bygrave is the founder of Butter'd Bodycare, a feel-good beauty brand that offers simple, moisturizing skincare for melanated skin. Brittany didn't feel good or comfortable in her skin. She's dealt with acne, hyperpigmentation, and eczema. In searching for solutions, she noticed harmful ingredients. Butter'd Bodycare is on a mission to help you feel heard, safe and good with products made for you. Not only that, Butter'd Bodycare is donating 1% of All Fluff Body Cream to Black Women for Wellness.
Flora & Noor
Jordan Karim is the founder of Flora & Noor. Flora and Noor aim to provide inclusive luxury skincare with organic ingredients with halal, vegan, and cruelty-free products. Their products are consciously created to be clean and yield glowing and productive results.
Brown Sugar Cafe & Books
Raven White is the founder of Brown Sugar Cafe & Books. It's an Urban upscale bookstore that bridges the gap between culture and community by providing a diverse space to cultivate young minds via literacy, art, and community engagement. They also have Bookshop, an online bookstore with a mission to support local independent bookstores financially. Brown Sugar Cafe & Books has sold over 3,000 books and has onboarded over 100 indie authors.
Kenyatta Forbes is the founder of Trading Races. Trading Races is a card game that's part party game, part educational, and 100% thought-provoking. Their product line consists of their Trading Races starter deck, and they also offer expansion packs, The Chicago and The Stay Woke expansion.
Flora Ekpe-Idang is the founder of Corage Dolls LLC. Corage is a doll that helps Black and Brown children find representation on the shelves. The dolls are reflective of girls of color today who are doing extraordinary things.
Deslyn Adams is the founder of Koality Kontent. Koality Kontent creates high-quality collections of puzzles that provide mental stimulation coupled with environmental action. They use sustainable materials and eco-activist artists, and a percentage of sales is donated to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). They hope to spread awareness of the threats facing nature today and inspire others to act for tomorrow.