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She's protecting your ash.Photo: rebloggy
Back in 2013, Breaux aired out her frustrations on Twitter.
"Shortly after that, I called a friend of mine in the hair-care business and asked if I could meet the folks at their lab. That’s how the whole process started," she told The Cut.
Can someone make brown sunscreen? Please! Must I look like a clown to protect my skin? #blackfolkburntoo— katonya breaux (@katonya) May 16, 2013
UnSun is available for purchase online. Breaux says the line will expand with body and lip products currently in development. As women of color continue calling on beauty manufacturers to become more inclusive with products catering to darker skin tones, Breaux says companies should be put forth greater efforts in addressing the inadequacies. "There’s still a great need. There are multiple other brands that really need to get onboard. It will happen. The voices are getting louder, but of course there’s a need."So excited!! It's here! Coming to you very soon!!!🌞🌞#sunprotectionforall #protectyourskin A photo posted by Katonya Breaux (@katonya1) on