Fashion Fair: 1970s Makeup Brand For Women Of Color Is Back On The Shelves

Cheryl Mayberry McKissack and Denise Rogers
Denise Rogers (left) and Cheryl Mayberry McKissack are re-launching Fashion Fair cosmetics, legacy makeup brand for women of color that was originally founded in the 1970s. Heather Houston / Courtesy of Fashion Fair Cosmetics
Cheryl Mayberry McKissack and Denise Rogers
Denise Rogers (left) and Cheryl Mayberry McKissack are re-launching Fashion Fair cosmetics, legacy makeup brand for women of color that was originally founded in the 1970s. Heather Houston / Courtesy of Fashion Fair Cosmetics

Fashion Fair: 1970s Makeup Brand For Women Of Color Is Back On The Shelves

Everyone remembers the iconic Fashion Fair as one of the only makeup brands for women of color when it launched in the 1970s. Now, two former Johnson Publishing executives are reviving the brand, offering products advertised with all natural ingredients for a new generation of women of color, sold exclusively at Sephora.

GUEST: Cheryl Mayberry McKissack, president and co-owner at Black Opal and Fashion Fair