STAND IN YOUR GLAM!
Brown Angel Skin & Hair
is a queer, Black, womxn-owned organic skin and hair care product line offering luxury aromatherapeutic spa-like home moisture treatments that encourage healthy, glowing skin and hair!
Brown Angel Skin & Hair clean beauty moisturizers are made with organic plant-derived ingredients that are naturally rich in vitamins, essential fatty acids, antioxidants & antibacterial, antimicrobial, anti-fungal properties.
MEETS BLACK CINEMA
Brown Angel Skin & Hair Aromas by Starlets feature a Black actress in a rare scene from a 'race film' from the first African American Cinema pictures of the early 20th century!
Handcrafted and organic, Brown Angel skin care products nurture sensitive skin conditions like eczema & psoriasis and penetrate deep into your skin supporting elasticity, moisture retention, and tissue repair, while reducing inflammation, acne, wrinkles, fine lines, and hyperpigmentation.
Brown Angel hair care products repair dry and damaged hair and split ends, moisturizing textured curls, and soothing scalp irritation with clean ingredients that encourage hair growth.
LUCIA LYNN MOSES
as Louise Howard in
The Scar of Shame (1927)
STAND IN YOUR GLAM
"Starting my business was a way for me to build a creative and entrepreneurial path that supports me in utilizing my unique perspective as a queer Black womxn. It also gives me the opportunity to capture and share special moments within these rare and hard to find films. I feel a connection to these actresses and filmmakers who had to navigate a lot as Black artists to create their art and produce early African American race films.
It often feels like I am channeling which actress to pair with a particular aroma or ingredient when I am watching the films. I pay special attention to the issue of colorism, being sure to showcase a diverse range of underappreciated Black actresses of all shades from that era. As I work to expand I’m excited for what is next for Brown Angel Skin & Hair, naturally nourishing skin and hair while bringing Black history and representation to the clean beauty industry."
- Angela Brown