Las Vegas is known for being a place that celebrates individuality — and that extends to the myriad small businesses that call the destination home. If you’re looking to support local entrepreneurs next time you visit, these Black-owned businesses are a great place to start.
Hand soaps and sanitizers have become absolutely necessary in the world we live in today, which is why J.Essentials founder Jasmine E. Catchings decided to craft her own line of essential products. The entrepreneur’s company offers vegan, agave, lime-scented soaps and sanitizers that are paraben and cruelty-free and infused with plant extracts.
Planning on spending the day at one of Las Vegas’ fabulous resort pools or day clubs? Pretty Feet Trinkets offers several jewelry items that will keep you fashionable and fabulous while splashing under the sun. From anklets to toe rings, there’s a look for you at this retailer that also offers a line of quality and comfortable fashion socks.
Whether you’re looking for a handcrafted housewarming gift or want to spruce up your own place with a pretty and pleasant scent, this business offers several different collections of candles that are exactly what you’re looking for. With wax melts, multiple-wicked varieties and candle accessories, Pieces of Luv offers everything to keep your space smelling delightful and delicious!
Get a new ‘do at this hair salon located in the northwest area of the Las Vegas valley. The Beauty Spot accepts reservations for all kinds of services, from coloring and cuts to relaxer treatments, weaves and hair rinses. Stay looking fresh next time you’re in the destination!
Get your ears lowered at Legends, which offers locations in Downtown Las Vegas and the Skye Canyon area of the destination. In addition to barber services, the business also features styling products, home goods and apparel for sale.
Keep your furry friend happy and healthy with this company’s line of dog food and treats. Furthermore, take comfort in knowing that your Dog & Whistle purchase is making the world a greener place — founder Eric J. Adams is passionate about reducing the “carbon paw print” by partnering with food service businesses to prevent waste while making delectable delights for man’s best friend.
While you’re checking out the small businesses in Las Vegas, don’t forget to show some local love to the Black-owned restaurants in the destination. From soul food and stylish lounges to a breakfast joint specializing in cereal-based creations, your trip is sure to be a tasty one!