Ready for the spookiest weekend of the year?
If you are one of those who love to celebrate Halloween and create new designs and decorations every year, we’ve got you covered!
Among so many diverse products, we’ve decided to bring you five 100% Latino brands that will make your Halloween celebration an unforgettable night. Enjoy a scary night and support your Latino community, all at the same time!
Luna Magic is an indie makeup and lifestyle brand founded in Los Angeles by Afro-Latina sisters Mabel and Shaira Frias. Luna Magic is a brand that seeks to bring diversity and inclusivity to the world of beauty. Seeking inspiration from their Caribbean roots, New York’s feisty woman, and the glamour of Los Angeles, the Frias sisters have certainly covered a wide spectrum of products that go beyond makeup; they have t-shirts, perfumes, nail polish, and eyelashes.
As a family business founded by Yreina Flores and her family in Indigo, California, Ay Mujer adds its unique touch with incredible colors to the traditional ‘papel picado,’ the decorative wall hangings used in Mexico for parties, weddings, Halloween, and Dia de los Muertos. Yreina is in charge of making the designs. She is inspired by her traditions and Mexican culture to capture it in all the products she makes and not only limited to cut paper. Ay Mujer also has other accessories and apparel with unique motifs.
Keel Farms is a unique family business located in Tampa Bay. Carmen Keel and her husband, Clay Keel, have taken Keel Farms a step further by making it a more sustainable business with top-quality products. Keel Farms specializes in products made on their own farm, especially wines and ciders, although they also offer their spaces for events and weddings.
A brand created by Joe Cruz Jr, Ya Ve Tequila is created in the best distilleries in Mexico, combining the best technologies and Joe’s ideas inspired by the traditional flavors and heritage of his Latin culture. Ya Ve Tequila has several unique products that promise to satisfy everyone’s taste buds.
Created by Hector Saldivar in honor of his mother and the food she used to prepare and send him when he moved from Mexico to San Francisco, Tia Lupita is a special brand of tortilla chips and salsas. Tia Lupita is the perfect snack, and its cactus chips are the best, all made with sustainable and healthy ingredients following tradition and always keeping the best flavor.
Eat Me Guilt Free was created by Cristie Besu, a nurse and nutritionist Latina entrepreneur looking for the perfect sweet treat for those with a sweet tooth. Eat Me Guilt Free has a wide variety of sweets, but without a doubt, their brownies and cookies are our favorites. Now, they also offer some already decorated sweets for the spooky season.