15 Products to Help You Show Your Pride
It’s officially June. Which also means it’s officially Pride Month. This year there are many great ways to show your pride and your support.
On the beauty front, you can tackle pimples with rainbow patches. Or paint your nails literally every color of the rainbow. Or brush out tangles on the go.
When it comes to fashion, there’s everything from workout apparel to cool kicks. Kate Spade New York’s camera bag is worthy of an Instagram shot. And Dr. Martens’ leather oxfords are a stylish way to cap off any look.
Scroll down to see the best ways to celebrate Pride Month 2021.
Converse Pride Chuck 70, $95 at Converse
Converse’s iconic kicks get a pride upgrade with a 3-D embroidered rainbow road, a rainbow gradient ankle patch and a translucent rainbow rubber outsole.
Starface Rainbow Hydro-Stars, $10.99 at Starface
Getting rid of pimples has never been so fun or so meaningful. This colorful take on the brand’s classic star acne patches is totally Instagrammable. And all net proceeds in the U.S. will be given to the Black-Led Movement Fund and the Hetrick-Martin Institute.
Kate Spade New York Rainbow Medium Camera Bag, $198 at Kate Spade New York
Kate Spade New York’s camera bag is great for toting around your essentials in style. It’s part of the brand’s capsule collection with 20 percent of net profits earmarked for The Trevor Project.
Sally Hansen Insta-Dri x Pride Rainbow 6 Piece Set, $24.99 at Ulta Beauty
Sally Hansen teamed up with GLAAD for this rainbow set. (The nail polish brand even made a donation to the vital organization.) Its high-impact shades are inspired by the Pride flag and are perfect for summer.
Youth To The People Superberry Hydrate + Glow Pride Edition Dream Mask, $48 at Youth To The People
Give your skin a boost with this overnight mask. It deeply hydrates, plumps and brightens complexions. Plus, 100 percent of the profits will be donated to diverse nonprofit organizations empowering LGBTQIA+ folx.
Levi’s Pride Relaxed Graphic Tank Top, $20 at Levi’s
Show your pride with this comfy yet stylish top. Levi’s makes an annual donation to OutRight Action International which works to advance human rights for LGBTQIA+ people all over the world.
Boy Smells Pride Dynasty, $39 at Boy Smells
Boy Smells’ popular candle features notes of rhubarb, woods, cyclamen, pink peppercorn and tulip. With every purchase through July, the brand plans on donating 10 percent of the sales price to The Trevor Project.
Fabletics High-Waisted Printed PowerHold 7/8, $69.95 at Fabletics
Made from sweat-wicking fabric, this legging has a high-rise waist and power mesh lining. Not to mention a cool pride-inspired print. As if you need another reason to add it to your cart, Fabletics is donating $50,000 from the net proceeds of its pride capsule to GLAAD.
Herbivore Botanicals PRISM Botanical AHA + BHA Exfoliating Glow Facial, $58 at Herbivore Botanicals
Get glowing in an instant with this rinse-off weekly facial. Stock up because with every purchase Herbivore Botanicals will donate $1 to The Trevor Project.
Reebok Pride Crop Top, $35 at Reebok
Made with at least 30 percent recycled materials, this crop top will keep you cool thanks to its mesh side panels. Since Reebok is donating to the Sylvia Rivera Law Project, you should buy ones for all your workout buddies.
Beekman 1802 Bloom With Pride Skincare Starter Kit, $59 at Beekman 1802
A six-piece kit featuring some of the brand’s most beloved products. Like its Milk Wash Exfoliating Jelly Cleanser and Milk Drops Probiotic Ceramide Serum. And 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the Ali Forney Center.
Tangle Teezer Pride Power Compact Styler, $16 at Ulta Beauty
A travel-friendly detangling brush with two-tiered, regular-flex teeth that glide through hair without pulling. Your purchase will help support the Stonewall Community Foundation.
Alder New York Pride Limited Edition Cooling Mineral Hydro Mist, $28 at Alder New York
A limited-edition version of the brand’s super fine mist boasting a mineral complex that fortifies your skin and keeps it hydrated, hyaluronic acid to plump and pomegranate seed oil to soothe. Plus, 10 percent of sales will be donated to the Ali Forney Center.
Dr. Martens 1461 For Pride Smooth Leather Oxford Shoes, $120 at Dr. Martens
Everybody needs a pair of Dr. Martens so why not invest in a pair with a purpose? These shoes have rainbow flag embroidery, a rainbow lace and heel loop as well as multicolored tonal stitching. The brand has committed to donating $100,000 to The Trevor Project.
Puma Pride Fitted Tee, $30 at Puma
Puma’s infamous logo gets a pride makeover with this slim tee. Part of the Pride collection created with Cara Delevingne, 20 percent of the proceeds from the sales of the collection will go to the Cara Delevingne Foundation.