This year, we’re celebrating Women’s Equality Day by asking our community what equality means to them? Read on to get inspired.
While inclusion and diversity have always been two of Love, Indie B.’s values, we realize that we have not fully executed on those values. We’re taking steps to make sure we’re incorporating BIPOC brands and voices into our content and on-to our virtual shelves. While we’re working hard to make these changes, we want to share with you a list of resources that we found helpful.
You've been working from home for a few weeks now, and in-person meetings have turned into Zoom calls. And maybe half the time you're not even wearing pants? We get it. Due to coronavirus, we may be working from home for a while, so we put together an edited collection of indie beauty products to help you look put together and fresh (in minutes) when you're meeting with your colleagues through a webcam. Pants are still optional. 😉
Join Love, Indie B. at the Commerce Collective — a new virtual pop-up shop on Instagram that showcases direct-to-consumer and e-commerce brands and the female founders behind them.
Here at Love, Indie B., we’re taking coronavirus seriously. We’re working hard to safely get you your beauty products, and want to give you some tips on beauty safety during this outbreak.
Toxic Beauty, a new documentary from director Phyllis Ellis, gives us a look into the unregulated personal-care industry and shines light on why you should be looking for clean beauty alternatives. Read on to get thoughts from our founder, Leila Mehra.