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The Mesmerizing Duo St. Beauty Puts Us On To Their Favorite Beauty Finds
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The Mesmerizing Duo St. Beauty Puts Us On To Their Favorite Beauty Finds


Alex Belle and Isis Valentino make up the dynamic power duo that is St. Beauty Band. The Atlanta natives have been creating magic together since 2012 and have creatively been a part of the larger collective masterminded by Janelle Monae, Wondaland Art Society. Known for dazzling listeners with their sounds on singles like "Going Nowhere" and with their latest EP Running to the Sun, St. Beauty are driven to heal and inspire.

Even in choosing the name of their group, St. Beauty, they were energized by the pure beauty that lives in everyone.

With the ideals of beauty changing due to the growing prominence of goddesses of color, we can't help but wonder what some of the beautiful creatives' favorite beauty finds. We had the amazing opportunity to chat with Alex and Isis, check out the tea below!

Their Favorite Foundations & Primers

Alex: I don't use primers, but my favorite concealer is the Bare Minerals Concealer Stick. And I love the Lancôme foundation right now.

Isis: I really like the Fenty foundation. One pump is perfect for me and I also love the Bare Minerals Pressed Powdered Foundation.

*Featured image by Patrick Spears

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