7 Beauty and Fashion Brands Supporting Pride Month

Pride Month rolls around every June, and it's the perfect opportunity to show your support for the LGBTQ+ community.

Many of our favorite brands have made initiatives to donate and benefit the community, which we applaud! Whether a brand has a Pride-specific product, or a portion of proceeds will be donated to a cause, there are many ways we as consumers can help. Since we all shop anyway, we might as well do it to support something we believe in!

Keep scrolling for seven of our favorite beauty and fashion brands that are supporting Pride this month:


Fabletics, our go-to athleisure line of clothing, is giving back. 10% of proceeds from Fabletics' Pride collection capsule (like this outfit) will be donated to the It Gets Better Project. This organization benefits youths in the LGBTQ+ community, helping to inspire and uplift their spirits. We love their initiative, as the whole goal of their nonprofit is to live in a world where LGBTQ+ members are treated equally.

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Sterling Forever

Sterling Forever, an on-trend jewelry brand with stunning pieces, is showing their Pride. They'll donate 20% of the proceeds from their colorful Pride Collection to the It Gets Better Project. Additionally, to give you even more of an incentive to purchase, they're also giving 25% off all Pride items with the code PRIDE25.

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Face Halo

Face Halo, known for their effective makeup-remover pads, launched their brand new Pride collection, Love Is Love. The rainbow-designed face halos remove makeup easily and reduce your carbon footprint. 5% of the proceeds from this collection will be donated to The Trevor Project, a source for young people in the LGBTQ+ community to turn to in times of need and crisis.

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ASOS, an online fashion store we're constantly shopping, teamed up with GLAAD to make a special Pride collection. The unisex pieces are not only super cute, but 100% of its proceeds will be donated back to GLAAD. This LGBTQ+ charity works primarily in the entertainment industry to educate and share stories about acceptance.

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The Better Skin Co.

If you aren't familiar with The Better Skin Co.,  it's a clean skincare company made for all people, with great-for-you ingredients. The company is co-owned by members of the LGBTQ+ community, so Pride month is very near and dear to their hearts. They'll match 100% of customer donations made to GSLEN, an organization tasked with helping kids in the LBGTQ+ community receive a safe and fair education.

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PrettyLittleThing is the shop we turn to when we're in search of dresses, tops, shoes… basically anything! This year, the company launched a collection specifically for the Pride month. The pieces are colorful, fun and a great addition to anyone's closet. Plus, they'll donate a lump-sum of the profits to the Solutions Not Punishment Collaborative, aka, Snap for Freedom, an organization dedicated to black transgender people.

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Youth to the People

Youth to the People is a skincare brand that must be on your radar. Not only do they offer products great for all skin types, but their prices aren't half bad, either! This month, they've created a limited-edition With Pride kit, which includes some of their most popular products. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to GSLEN.

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