MagicLinks Updates Venice Startup Hosting Weekly Interview Series With Black Leaders

“Each week we give the floor to different Black leaders to directly share their point of view on a wide array of topics on how the beauty and influencer industries can proactively do better moving forward,” the company said in a news release.

“At the end of each conversation, we have our guest choose a charity and MagicLinks makes a $500 donation on their behalf in gratitude for the time spent on this initiative,” according to the company.

The first MagicLinks presents Tea Time conversation premiered on Juneteenth with popular Black beauty influencer Mena Adubea where she discussed equity for Black influencers in the brand world, how beauty brands can improve, her personal experiences being a Black woman in the beauty space and her concerns about partnering with brands coming out of the current Black Lives Matter movement.

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