How Black-Owned,Indie Skin-CareBrand Klur Survived– and Thrived– During the Pandemic

LesleyThornton keeps in mind the very first time she saw a twinkle of herself represented in high-end beauty: She was working as a makeup artist at an Est ée Lauder counter in an outlet store in 2003, and LiyaKebede had actually simply been called the brand name’s first-ever Black spokesmodel in its then 57- year history.