Oyo Market Unveils Black Girl Magic Box

In honor of Black History Month, Oyo Market has created the black girl magic box.

The black girl magic box is a collection of up to 15 items that celebrates everything that makes black women special and unique.

Oyo Market’s Black Girl Magic subscription box is packed with amazing cosmetic, beauty, wellness, and self-care products that inspire the concept of black girl magic. Each box features a curated selection of high-quality products from black-owned businesses, including cosmetics, skincare, haircare, and more. 

The goal of the box is to help people embrace their African heritage and appreciate all that makes them unique.

Founder Ashli A says, “black girls have always had to work twice as hard to be recognized and appreciated. With this box, I hope to show everyone just how amazing we are.”

“Black culture moves the dial,” said Ashli A. “Black brands do not get enough publicity and financial support; they need to grow their business and therefore have to spend a lot of money on advertising. With advertising costs skyrocketing through the roof, a platform is needed that brings both black consumers and the brands they love together at no cost to either party.

Through Oyo Market, they have created an eCommerce platform to help support and discover the brands one loves and raves for. Read the story behind their black girl magic box here

Through this platform, they are supporting black-owned businesses and the economic growth of the black race.

The black girl magic box is available now on the Oyo Market website. 

About Oyo Market:

Oyo Market is a community-driven marketplace designed to foster the discovery and growth of Black-owned businesses by introducing consumers to new brands through storytelling. To learn more about Oyo Market and to shop the Black Magic Box, visit https://oyomarket.com/get-bgm-box/

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Oyo Market
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Ashli A
518 Mary Lane
El Cajon
United States

By Arlene Huff

Arlene Huff is the founding member of Golden State Online. Before that She was a general assignment reporter. A native Californian, she graduated from the University of California with a degree in medical anthropology and global health. She currently lives in Los Angeles.

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