It's exciting to see Carol's Daughter grow from a teeny-tiny operation to a large-and-in-charge one. The Brooklyn-based line is known for its hair and skin products, and now it's expanding into color with the launch of Candy Paint.
Candy Paint is a collection of lip glosses in 12 colors. Carol's Daughter is often thought of as a great company for women of color, so it's no surprise that many of the shades would look wonderful on darker skin. But others seem like they'd be just as flattering on fair skin, too—there really is a shade for everybody. What's nice about these glosses is that they have shea butter, but they're free of petroleum, mineral oil, artificial colors and parabens. What's more, a portion of sales of the $13.50 gloss benefit the Lupus Foundation of America. I haven't tried these yet, but I'm hoping to swing by Sephora this weekend to check out the consistency.