The COVID-19 Pandemic has negatively impacted most small businesses. According to a recent study, female-owned small businesses have been the most affected by the pandemic. If you want to help them out, you came to the right place! This article will list 5 different female-owned small businesses you can support.
Joanna Griffiths launched Knix in 2013, forever changing the game of intimate apparel. This brand was designed to allow women to feel comfortable in both their underwear and their bodies! Knix sells a variety of products, from leakproof period underwear to loungewear!
Makeup for Melanin Girls
Tomi Gbeleyi founded Makeup for Melanin Girls (MFMG) because she was tired of the lack of representation of dark-skinned girls in the beauty community. She launched MFMG to make makeup for dark-skinned girls more widespread and accessible. MFMG currently sells makeup products for the face, eyes, and lips.
Tanya Huang founded Knot Theory because she wanted to make rings that were comfy, safe, and stylish! Knot Theory rings are made from breathable silicone, unlike traditional rings that are made of metal. Knot theory offers a variety of sizes, colors, and patterns, as well as custom engravings!
Lit Candle Co.
Tanya Odrach used to make candles as a hobby and eventually turned it into a business in 2017. Lit Candle Co’s are made from high-quality ingredients and hand-poured, averaging at a 60-hour burn time. Some of her candles make funny gifts, with names such as ‘quarantine & chill’ or ‘hide that pot smell’.
Meghan Weeks created mdw Jewelry to showcase her teachings from the matriarchs in her family and her healing journey to stop the cycle of intergenerational trauma. She uses her jewelry as a way to reclaim her indigenous identity. Some of her jewelry pieces include braided rings, tassel earrings, and golden necklaces.