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Review: Elon Wick Candles

On episode 9 of Boldly Black-Owned, Danielle reviewed the Red Ginger Saffron candle from black-owned soy wax candle company Elon Wick.   Elon Wick creates candles from soy wax, a method that produces cleaner- and longer-burning candles. Where conventional candles...

Review: Y-Fit Wear

On epsidoe 8 of Boldly Black-Owned, Danielle reviewed the performance wear top from Y-Fit, a black-owned fitness brand based in the United Kingdom. Y Fit is an international fitness wear brand based in the United Kingdom. The company's flagship product is the Legacy...

Review: Diop

On this episode, Doug tried on the Goldie top from Diop, a Diaspora inspired streetwear brand based in Detriot, Michigan. DIOP is a heritage-inspired apparel brand breathing new life into the bright colors and bold patterns of Nigeria’s Ankara fabric. Cofounder and...

The Precious Home: Decor Done Right

Many millennials have come to believe that going out is overrated—and too expensive. Dacia Paige recently created The Precious Home, an interior design and candle company, to help her fellow millennials and others better enjoy the place where they probably spend most...

Review: LoAdebar

On this episode, Doug and Danielle tried the Original and Real Dark Chocolate energy bars from LoAdebar, a black-owned energy bar company based in Ooltewah, Tennesee. A long time cycling enthusiast, Norma Maloney, the founder of Loadebar, has spent more than two...

Review: The Enigma Project

On this episode of Boldly Black-Owned, Doug opened up the "For the Culture" Sticker Pack from The Enigma Project. The Enigma Project was created by New Orleans artist Rico Edwards. Check it out:The original acrylic paintings of several stickers featured on this...

Review: Chocolate Kinks and Kurls

Chocolate Kinks and Kurls is a haircare and skincare brand created by Juanita Henderson. In this episode of Boldly Black-Owned, Danielle tests out the Hydrate-Moisturize-Seal trio.

Review: The 1998 Deck

The 1998 Deck is a hip-hop inspired playing cards company founded by graphic designer Khia Jackson. Via the company’s website, you can buy a single deck, buy a discounted combination of various decks, or locate a retailer near you that carries 1998 offerings. In...