23 Magical Gifts Every Black Girl Deserves

    'Tis the season to support the magic of black business.

    1. "Adorn" wooden hair clip by Rachel Stewart, $20

    2. The Wrap Life headwraps, $22-25

    3. LipBar holiday lipsticks, $13 each

    4. Year of Yes: How to Dance It Out, Stand In the Sun and Be Your Own Person by Shonda Rhimes, $14.83

    Rhimes, the genius behind Scandal, Grey's Anatomy, and How To Get Away With Murder, is at once brilliant and accessible. The showrunner's memoir explores her journey and lessons learned along the way.

    5. Mudcloth leggings, $48

    6. Sab Rena iPad and laptop skins, $20-30

    7. Nubian Skin lingerie, $16-60

    8. Apanaki Tamayo throw pillows, $27 each

    9. The 12 Months of Melanin calendar, $10

    10. The "Uzo" Bangle Stack, $19.99

    11. Redefining Realness: My Path To Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More by Janet Mock, $12.45

    12. "Black Card Revoked" card game, $14

    13. Essence BeautyBox subscription, $15/month

    14. Citizen: An American Lyric by Claudia Rankine, $11.22

    Rankine's critically-acclaimed text marries prose and poetry, offering one of the most searing criticisms and depictions of American racism. You may also recognize Citizen as the book being read by the national hero in this Vine from a Donald Trump rally.

    15. Girlfriends: The Complete Series, $110.69

    16. Black Girl Project T-shirts, $27.19-30.59

    Get the "Literary Giants" shirt here and "In A 90's Kinda World" here.

    17. White/male tears candles ($14-$35)

    18. Emily Jayne skin and haircare products, $25

    19. Ankara and kente cloth bow ties, $25

    Etsy shop HannaMariCreates sells handmade Ankara products.

    20. Ginger + Liz nail polish, $12 each

    21. "Pretty Brown Girl" doll and book bundle, $49.99

    22. Rue107 Heavy Weight Jumpsuit, $68

    Rue107's Haitian-born designer, Marie Jean-Baptiste, makes clothing in sizes 2–24. This jumpsuit is perfect for winter parties and general layering–buy it in merlot here and in black here.

    23. And of course, the original "Black Girls Are Magic" gear.

    For even more ideas from black-owned businesses, check out the Afro Arts holiday buying guide.