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Kylie Cosmetics Reveals Its Percentage of Black, BIPOC And Female Employees

Kylie Cosmetics, founded by media personality and reality show star Kylie Jenner, disclosed its employees’ profiles in participation with the “Pull Up or Shut Up” initiative.

As known, the founder of Uoma Beauty, Sharon Cuter urged beauty brands to share their percentage of black employees, and Kylie Cosmetics responded to this campaign by revealing its numbers with an Instagram post.

According to this post, the firm employs 13% of black people, 47% BIPOC, 53% white, and 100% women.

Kylie Cosmetics announced the percentage with the following caption:

“Kylie Cosmetics is here for Pull Up for Change, for our team, and for the black community. We are proud of the diversity within our company, with a team of Black, White, Asian, Native American, Hispanic and Middle Eastern women. As our team grows we commit to a continued focus on ethnic diversity in the workplace and the recruitment of black employees. The numbers you see above represent the people at our Kylie Cosmetics/Kylie Skin HQ.”

The followers commented as follows and congratulated the firm because of the numbers:

“Thanks for the transparency!” said, Aniyah S.

“100% women! 🙌” added, Rochelle Wick.

Below you can view the mentioned post.

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