Diddy’s daughters have hearts of gold and just collected beauty supplies for families in transition. D’Lila, Jesse James, and Chance Combs, spearheaded a campaign to raise funds and help families living in L.A.’s Alexandria House. The girls posted a heartwarming video of them applying makeup and since they have a ton, they came up with the campaign, #GivingIsBeauty.”
In the video, the girls state, “We are so excited to be here at the Alexandria House to drop off the goodies that we have prepared and we are so excited to work with such an amazing group. The Alexandria House is a safe place for women and children to stay while transitioning from different shelters and different moving situations. We love giving back to our community and it’s more important now than ever to emphasize self-love and care. I know we think the most beautiful thing to do is give back to others.”
More information on the charity can be found at https://www.alexandriahouse.org.
In related news, Black Enterprise has revealed that their Bad Boy pops is one of the investors of a new technology platform called Thirteen Lune. Puff, along with a host of other investors, has put funds in the growing beauty platform that specializes in offering the discovery of beauty brands created by Black and Brown founders that resonate with people of all colors. Thirteen Lune also recently raised $1 million in funding.
According to a press release from the company, “Thirteen Lune was co-founded by Nyakio Grieco, founder of nyakio Beauty, which is based on her family’s African culture and traditions, and Patrick Herning, founder and CEO of e-commerce platform, 11 Honoré. Thirteen Lune is a vehicle for change and a space for authentic allyship.”
While Combs and his little ladies plot their next move on the beauty industry, check the video on the next page as D’Lila, Jesse James and Chance shower their peers with makeup, lipstick and more.