'Woke' beauty companies that rewarded the rioters

 

This might be the most 'woke' industry of all, with the retail clothing business being a close second. As a whole, these companies perpetuate the racist lie of systemic racism (in police and in society in general). They reinforce the racist narrative that "people of color" cannot succeed because white people are opppressing them. These companies justify further division, hatred, protests, looting and mayhem.

 

What the people running these companies also don't understand is that leftists are never satisfied. They are permanently outraged. The George Floyd riots caused more than $1 billion in property damage in 2020. If the Derek Chauvin trial didn't turn out the way that these race-mongering groups wanted, there would have been another 1 billion plus in damage.

 

The following companies justified the George Floyd riots by making various donations, all along racial lines. There may be more companies that we are not aware of. Let us know. Also let us know if you identify any beauty product companies that have not become 'woke'.

 

v = Indicates that the company is additionally taking steps to encourage people to vote. Remember that the people who are too lazy or disinterested in voting, tend to vote Democrat when pushed to vote. The people who push "get out the vote" know this and they focus on Democrat areas. They also advocate for left-wing voting policies.

tribal = Indicated that the company is pushing some form of tribalism such as LBGTQ. [NOTE: Under construction]

 

In alphabetical order:

 

Allies of Skin - Donated to ACLU, Black Visions Collective, Black Lives Matter, and Action Bail Fund.

Anastasia Beverly Hills - Donation of $100,000 to Black Lives Matter, The NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, Black Visions Collective, and The Marshall Project.

Augustinus Bader - Donating proceeds to NAACP Legal Defense Fund and Black Lives Matter.

Ben Nye - Donated to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Black Art Futures Fund, and The Movement for Black Lives.

rep Benefit Cosmetics - Joined Civic Alliance

Billie - Donated $100,000 across Black Lives Matter and the NAACP.

Bioderma - Pledged to donate to the Minnesota Freedom Fund.

Biossance - Pledging $100,000 to the ACLU, the Minnesota Freedom Fund, Color of Change and Black Lives Matter.

tribal Bliss - Donated $40,000 to The Antiracist Research & Policy Center.

Boscia - Donations to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund.

Boy Smells - $10,000 to the NAACP, Black Lives Matter, and the Black Visions Collective of Minnesota.
CeraVe - Donated to the the NAACP.

Charlotte Tilbury - Donated to ACLU, Black Lives Matter, and the NAACP, and will continue to.

Cocokind - Donated $10,000 to the ACLU.

Colourpop Cosmetics - $25,000 to the Minnesota Freedom Fund and $25,000 to the ACLU. Additionally, they pledged $250,000 in support of Black communities through various organizations.
Cover FX - Donating to the libertyfund.nyc

CoverGirl - Donated to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and Black Lives Matter.

DECIEM - Donated $100,000 across Black Lives Matter and The NAACP Legal Defence & Educational Fund.
Dermalogica - Donated to the NAACP

DevaCurl - 50,000 donation to Black Lives Matter.

Drunk Elephant - Donated to Black Futures Lab, Campaign Zero, Movement for Black Lives, Broken Chains Awareness, and the The National Black Justice Coalition.

v e.l.f. Cosmetics - Donate $25,000 to the Color of Change organization "to help support their efforts to fight injustice and create a more human world for Black people in America.

Estée Lauder (owns Smashbox, Aramis, Aveda, Bumble and Bumble, Darphin, Jo Malone, La Mer, Lab Series Skincare For Men, Ojon, Origins and Osiao) - Donating $10 million to the NAACP and other "racial equality" organizations.

Farmacy - $10,000 to the Color of Change organization.

Fenty Beauty - Donated to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, an official partner of Black Lives Matter.

Fur You - Donating to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund as well as the Brooklyn Bail Fund.
v Glossier - Donated $500,000 to Black Lives Matter, the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, the Equal Justice Initiative, the Marsha P. Johnson Institute, and We the Protestors. Also a $500,000 grant to support Black-owned businesses.

Glow Recipe - Pledged $10,000 to the Black Vision Collective.

Golde - Raised over $10,000 in support of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund

Grande Cosmetics - Donated $25,000 to the NAACP.

Herbivore - Donated $46,000 to Black Lives Matter and ACLU
Hourglass Cosmetics - Donated $100,000 to the NAACP, Black Lives Matter, Marsha P. Johnson Institute, Loveland Foundation, and Thurgood Marshall College Fund.
Honest Beauty - $100,000 to NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and the Equal Justice Initiative, as well as matching all employee donations made towards civil rights organizations.⁣

Huda Beauty - Donated a total of $500,000 to the NAACP.

Ilia Beauty - Donating 50,000 across Black Lives Matter and the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund.

The INKEY List - $10,000 donation to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund.

iS Clinical - Donations to ACLU and Black Lives Matter.

Josie Maran Cosmetics - Donated $50,000 to the Loveland Foundation, a therapy fund for Black women and children.

Kosas - Pledged $20,000 "to organizations who are actively fighting to make real change: Black Lives Matters, Black Lives Matters LA, and Color of Change.

La Roche-Posay - Donated to the NAACP.
Lashify - Investing $100,000 to help build Black-owned brands.

The Mane Choice - Donating to organizations that are committed to helping lead the way to a more diverse and socially equitable world

Madison Reed - Amy Errett, Founder/CEO is a never-Trumper.

Maybelline - Donating to the NAACP.

Meet Flamingo - Donating $500,000 to organizations against racial injustice and those that offer mental health resources and access to Black communities.

Mented Cosmetics - Donating to bail funds to uplift protestors across the country.

Milk Makeup - Matching Snitchery's donation (of her entire earnings from sales) to Black Lives Matter.

Nails Inc. - Donating 100 percent of U.S. proceeds to Black Lives Matter.

Nécessaire - $10,000 donation to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund.
Neutrogena - Donating $100,000 to NAACP and an additional $100,000 to Black Lives Matter.

Noto Botanics - Donated to the George Floyd Fund, Reclaim the Block, and the Minnesota Freedom Fund.

Nudestix - Donating $25,000 to BEAUTY BE CHANGE scholarships for POC in marginalized communities.

NYX Cosmetics - Donate to the Minnesota Freedom Fund and the Black Lives Matter movement

Olehenriksen - Donating to the Black Lives Matter movement.

Olive & June - Donating $10,000 to the Color of Change organization.

Ouidad - Donating to the National Urban League
Ouai - $100K to organizations that support the Black community and the advancement of an actively anti-racist society, including $25K to Black Lives Matter.

Paula's Choice - Donate $10,000 to the Color of Change organization.

Pattern Beauty - Donated to Black Lives Matter, NAACP, Color of Change and the Equal Justice Initiative.

Peter Thomas Roth - Donated to the ACLU

Philosophy - Donations to The Loveland Foundation, NAACP and Black Lives Matter.
Ren Skincare - Donation to the Black Lives Matter movement.

Rare Beauty - Donations to the Bail Project and the NAACP Legal Defense fund.
Renée Rouleau Skin Care - Donated to the Texas Civil Rights project, Austin Justice Coalition and the CSRD at UT Austin.

Saturday Skin - Pledged $10,000 to the ACLU.

Sephora - Donated more than $1 million to National CARES Mentoring Movement, the Center for Urban Families, the NAACP, the National Black Justice Coalition, and the National Black Coalition on Black Civic Participation Black Women’s Roundtable. Reserved 15 percent of its shelf space for products made by black-owned companies.
Soko Glam - A donation to Black Lives Matter.

Summer Fridays - Donations to Black Lives Matter and the Minnesota Freedom Fund.

Sunday Riley - $50,000 donation to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund
Supergoop! - “We are donating, we are learning and we are listening. Black Lives Matter."

first tribe ultaUlta Beauty - Pushes ESG. Donated to the CRT-fueled Equal Justice Initiative. Joined StopHateForProfit. Karma: Victims of their own anti-law and order politics, their stores keep getting robbed! Long Island, Seal Beach, Calabasas, Valencia, Newtown Township, etc. LOL! Keep it up!

Urban Decay - donated to the Minnesota Freedom Fund and Black Lives Matter.
Verb - $10,000 to the NAACP and ACLU

Youth To The People - $50,000 to Black Lives Matter, Black Girls Code, and the NAACP.

 

What have these companies done to support causes such as the Alliance Defending Freedom, Project Veritas, Freedom Watch, Freedom Works, Citizens United, Americans For Prosperity, the American Center for Law and Justice, Gun Owners of America, the Heritage Foundation, the America First Policy Institute, the NRA, Hillsdale College, the RNC? Our guess is that nobody has donated one dime.

 

What about good companies?

 

Revlon - Ronald Perleman, the chairman of Revlon, donated $125,000 to The Trump Victory Committee in 2017. Revlon has been harrassed by the BLM mob into hiring based on skin pigmentation.

Chi Haircare - Owner Farouk Shami donated to President Trump in 2016 and continues to support him.

Smashbox - Seems to be apolitical. Let us know if you discover otherwise.

Sigma Beauty - Seems to be apolitical. Let us know if you discover otherwise.

There's too many other brands to research. Do your own research before you buy.

 

 

 

 

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