BOBB Series: Sacha Cosmetics

I’m kicking off Black History Month by honoring black owned beauty brands. Sacha cosmetics is the first in an annual four-part series highlighting BOBBs. Sacha Cosmetics was founded by Kama Maharaj in 1979 on the island of Trinidad and Tobago. With such diversity in skin tones and ethnicities within the Caribbean, this cosmetic brand caterers towards African, Native, Latin, Asian and Mediterranean skin tones and skin types. It is also the first and only Halal certified make up brand in the world! Sacha has a full range of make up and tools for your face and body including color correctors, lip colors, eye shadows (in cream and powder form), and especially their famous buttercup powder for highlighting women of color.buttercup Their products are high-end quality and available in a very wide range of tones which flatter hues from moderately fair to very dark and undertones in golden and neutral. Sacha cosmetics has been the official cosmetics of Miss Universe (1999) Miss USA (2000) and Miss Panama Pageant (2014) as well as other international beauty pageants. The company is an award winning brand for Caribbean Exporter of the Year for both 2014 and 2015. One of the best features of the cosmetic brand are that their powders do not leave women of color looking chalky or ashy in flashback photography, which is ideal for models, youtubers, and anyone who is being photographed. They specialize in creating flattering quality products for brown beauties, which is why I wanted to bring to the forefront Sacha cosmetics as my first black own beauty brand highlighted for Black History Month. If you have not checked out their product line, you definitely need to click this link and get your life! And if you purchase nothing else, make sure that you put the butter cup powder in your cart before you check out! That’s all for now, dolls. Until next week! Make sure that you share like and comment on this blog post and spread the word about BOBBs (black owned beauty brands) being highlighted for Black History Month. Also tell me which black owned beauty brands you love and why in the comment section below. Thanks for reading. Don’t forget to check me out on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter as well as Snapchat (Vikeejeah). Bye for now xoxo

Published by Vikeejeah

Vikeejeah is a beauty blogger and Youtube beauty guru with a love for high end cosmetics. Her focus in on women of color, and the cosmetics best suited for their skin tones. Vikee is also a contributor for Lisa a la Mode.

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