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    7 Woman-Owned Companies You Should Support If You're A Beauty Addict

    We really do run the world.

    1. Latoya Thompson, founder of Heritage 1933, aims to help women and children through her natural beauty brand.

    2. The Lip Bar founder Melissa Butler is celebrating five years of business, and her lipsticks are a fave among beauty addicts.

    3. Jaz Fenton and her partner Jamil Bhuya are fighting child marriage through their company YLLO.

    4. Karissa Bodnar was inspired to create Thrive Causmetics after losing a friend to cancer.

    5. Earth Tu Face founders Sarah Buscho and Marina Storm started the brand in 2010 in their California kitchen and herbal garden.

    6. Mother-daughter duo Hana and Sara are the creators of Senteurs d’Orient, an artisan hand-crafted soap brand dedicated to the education and empowerment of women in Lebanon.

    7. After a life-changing trip to Ghana, college students turned business parters Kwami and Emily launched True Moringa .