Jackie Aina To Be Exec Producer For Documentary On Black Beauty Influencers

Jackie Aina

Jackie Aina To Be Exec Producer For Documentary On Black Beauty Influencers

"Social Beauty" is set to start filming this Fall.

Published August 12th

Written by Tweety Elitou

August has been filled with fabulous moments for beauty influencer, Jackie Aina! Keeping scrolling to learn how the business babe not only just dropped her highly-anticipated self-care brand, Forvr Mood, but also landed an Exclusive Producer role for a documentary highlighting Black beauty influencers.

According to The Hollywood ReporterJackie and a list of other influential women have rallied together to create a feature-length film that will focus on Black women, deemed social media influencers, who are changing the standards of the mainstream beauty market.

This makes the perfect project for the professional makeup artist, who garnered over 4 million subscribers on her YouTube channel since 2009. 

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"I’m so excited to be a part of something that shows our impact as Black women in beauty," Jackie, 33, shared. "I hope through this project people will see that so many of us are passionate, multifaceted, and more than what you see outwardly. It is an honor being a part of a community that encourages so many of us to believe in ourselves and to look and feel beautiful even when often times the media encourages otherwise."

The documentary called "Social Beauty" is set to highlight "the success and impact of everyday Black women, turned top social media influencers dominating the mainstream beauty market and changing its standards, one tutorial at a time," Fiona Crystal of Digitaldash PR said in a statement obtained by The Hollywood Reporter.

She continued, "Social Beauty will take an exclusive inside look at the lives of these popular influencers and reveal how they turned a hobby into affluent entrepreneurial careers." 

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The documentary— featuring candid conversations with beauty brand executives, celebrity makeup artists, beauty editors, and more— is set to start filming this Fall.  

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