It's no secret that the beauty industry has something of a diversity issue. But, despite the frequent lack of color in the "About Us" sections of brand websites, there has been a lot of progress. The number of companies and entrepreneurs catering to consumers of color have increased significantly over the past decade or so. Just look at the recent influx of natural hair brands on the market, a majority of which are Black-owned. It's a welcome and much-needed sight to be seen.
Ahead, we highlighted entrepreneurs who are helping to diversify the conversation when it comes to beauty. These individuals are shaking up the space and making products that serve unmet, traditionally ignored needs in hair, makeup, and skin care. Click through for some seriously inspiring insight.