pass the spotlight: feat. 6

Pass The Spotlight is our commitment to amplify voices of change and promote diversity & inclusion. We’ve committed to buying $1 million of product to support and empower Black-owned business.

Every quarter, we partner with these brands to showcase and sell their products on Dolls Kill, and we donate 100% of the profits from this program to community organizations of their choice.

meet our newest PTS partners


Glam Beauty

@glambeauty

Glam Beauty Cosmetics was founded to pay homage to creative artists that step outside of the box.

Makeup is a form of art, and Glam Beauty empowers you to be bold, bright and beautiful with holographic glitters, colored lashes, graffiti UV liners & more..

Riot Swimwear

@golden_goddess_accessories

Golden Goddess accessories makes must have decor that makes your home even cuter.

Made with love in California, these are handmade accessories and custom home decor will make your home sparkle in a way you won’t get anywhere else.

Kyoko

@hammerednails

Perfectly-manicured nails are a a girls best friend. Hammered Nails is a black-owned nail connoisseur that offers customizable and trendy press-on nails.

Show off your inner glitz and glam with their bright patterns and stand out styles.

@neighborlypaper

The founders of Neighborly Paper, Robin and Carmelle, were brought together in Harlem. A writer and an illustrator, you could not think of a more perfect entrepreneurial team to start this paper goods brand.

They pride themselves on being unapologetic, witter and bold and serving realness for every occassion.

Our Donation Partners

Each quarter we work with our brand partners to select an organization that is uplifting and empowering black communities.

This quarter 100% of the profits will be donated to:

The Association of Black Psychologists

The Association of Black Psychologists was founded in San Francisco in 1968 by a number of Black Psychologists from across the country. They united to have a positive impact upon the mental health of the national Black community by means of planning, programs, services, training, and advocacy.

Read more about them and support their cause here:

www.abpsi.site-ym.com/