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Celebrating Women's History Month With These Gen Z Beauty Leaders

Happy Women’s History Month, Rosettes! We’re kicking off the month that honors women and their accomplishments by celebrating the up-and-coming generation of leaders in the beauty industry. Get ready to be inspired by these Gen Z beauty movers and shakers who are shaping the industry with their creativity and vision.

Shavonte Dill
Beauty content creator Shavonte Dill, also known as Shay for short, is originally from Bermuda, and credits her upbringing there for much of her vibrant and unforgettable looks.

Stemming from a love of performing arts, Dill creates content on TikTok and Instagram full of dramatic, non-binary, and often pop-culture-themed makeup looks. As many of Dill’s looks are out of the ordinary and inimitable, she has captivated the attention of fashion and cosplay lovers alike with her one-of-a-kind content and her forward-focused take on beauty.

“Beauty is a mindset, how you view yourself and others, ugly doesn't exist. Beauty is being comfortable in your own skin.” (via Dazed Digital)

Selah Marley
Daughter of Grammy-award-winning hip-hop goddess Lauryn Hill and ex-football player Rohan Marley, Selah Marley is one of the most influential faces in beauty modeling at the moment.

The Dior Beauty model cites classic innovators like Grace Jones as inspiration as she works looks from the front covers to the front row that inspires fashionistas of all ages.

Having been the face of several campaigns from Chanel to Calvin Klein, Marley is currently a part of the mission to reboot New York-based, clean skincare brand Bliss World, known for its cruelty-free products and innovative formulations.

Ali Sweet Mutuals
Amassing a following of over 50k when she was just 18-years-old, Ali, who also goes by Sweet Mutuals, is an avant-garde, self-taught makeup artist taking the world by storm.

Sweet Mutuals’ style ranges from political looks like her now-notorious “Pay Black Creatives” beat to using her face as a canvas for otherworldly visions of blazing, tripped-out colors and patterns, often decorated with glitter and appliques.

In addition to selling prints of her most eye-catching looks in her Etsy shop, Sweet Mutuals continues to make her mark in the beauty world, working her magic on faces such as Solange and Rina Sawayama, and appearing in campaigns for Maybelline and Byredo Makeup.

Cheers to the next generation of beauty trailblazers and move-makers — we can’t wait to see what’s next!

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