Pride Month has finally kicked off so prepare your hearts for loads of celebration for and by the LGBTQ+ community. This month is all about honoring their contributions to our world and the fight they consistently engage in for equal rights and total acceptance. There are so many beauty collections dropping for Pride Month. We've rounded up the best ones that look super cool and more importantly, will earn proceeds that go directly to the LGBTQ+ community. 

We're not doing rainbow beauty just to do it. It's important to remember that the LGBTQ+ community doesn't exist for the amusement and entertainment of straight cis people. They are a marginalized group facing very real attacks on their right to simply just be and love who they want to love. We want to make sure our dollars go towards to helping them do just that so ahead, you'll find a round-up of Pride-themed beauty products with proceeds that actually go towards helping LGBTQ+ people.

MAC Loves Pride Collection 

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MAC Cosmetics dropped a brand new collection dedicated to Pride Month and supporting the LGBTQ+ community. The MAC Loves Pride collection includes one Chromagraphic Pencil ($18, MAC Cosmetics), the Art Libary: It's Designer Eye Shadow Palette ($48, MAC Cosmetics), Brushstroke 24-Hour Liner ($22, MAC Cosmetics), one blending brush, one Chromagraphic Pencil ($18, MAC Cosmetics), Extended Play Perm Me Up Lash, a rainbow of loose glitter pigments ($22, MAC Cosmetics), and so much more! 

Beyond dropping beautiful rainbow makeup, the brand is also hosting a few different Pride events all over the country. Check out the Pride events page on the MAC Cosmetics website.

Tarte Pride Month Collection

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Tarte dropped a complete Pride collection that includes a Jessie Paege X Tarte Let It Rain-Bow Eye set ($24, Tarte Cosmetics), a pair of lashes, a pot of glitter gel, and a liquid chrome paint metallic pigment with fun stencils. The best part about this collection is that the eye shadow palette was created in collaboration with YouTube influencer, Jessie Paege, who proudly identifies as bisexual and has documented her coming out experience and journey as a member of the LGBTQ+ community on her YouTube channel.

"Together, we have joined forces to donate $25k to @trevorproject — a leading national organization providing crisis intervention [and] suicide prevention services to LGBTQ+ young people under 25," Paege and Tarte confirmed on Instagram.

Morphe Pride Live In Color Collection

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"Community. Artistry. Self-Expression. We are bringing you the PRIDE Live in Color Collection to celebrate all the bold, brave, LGBTQ+ babes & allies who inspire all of us to let our true colors shine," Morphe wrote on Instagram. The collection includes the 25L Live in Color Artistry Palette ($20, Morphe Brushes) and Live in Color 7 Piece Eye Brush Set ($28, Morphe Brushes). This collection goes live on the Morphe website on Wednesday, June 5.

"100% of net proceeds from this collection will be donated to the @TrevorProject during our pride celebration to help fund 24/7 suicide prevention & crisis intervention services for LGBTQ youth," Morphe confirmed on Instagram. 

Lunar Beauty Life's A Drag ($45, Sephora)

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Beauty influencer Manny MUA launched the Life's A Drag Eye Shadow Palette during Pride Month in 2018! Now, the palette has hit Sephora this year just in time for its second Prime Month! For the duration of June, Sephora is donating $1 from the sales of this product to support LGBTQ organizations. Per the website, the donation will be made via Sephora Stands Charitable Fund managed by the Tides Foundation. For fund info, you can visit!

Youth To The People Limited Edition Pride Superfood Antioxidant Cleanser ($36, Sephora)

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This cleanser is "a daily green juice cleanse for your face with cold-pressed antioxidants to remove makeup and prevent build-up in pores while keeping skin’s pH balanced," according to Sephora. It's designed for people with normal, dry, combination, and oily skin.

This product is also vegan and cruelty-free. The founders of Youth To People are giving 100 percent of its profits to up to $50,000 to GLSEN , an education organization that works to create safe and inclusive schools for LGBTQ students in grades K-12.

Sephora will also donate $1 of its own profits from each sale from the month of June.

MILK Makeup War Your Pride Set ($28, Sephora)

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This Milk Makeup set features one rainbow zipper bag with a Glitter Stick, Mini Holographic Stick, and a  Deluxe KUSH Mascara. The packaging is designed to support and celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community. "We love our LGBTQIA+ community and want to celebrate this month by supporting our fam through @lgbtcenternyc by donating 100% of our net proceeds," the brand wrote on Instagram. Sephora will also donate $1 from the sale of this product to support LGBTQ organizations for the month of June.

Milk Makeup x The Center Pride Pack: Equality Stamp + Glitter Lip Gloss ($14, Sephora)

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This special edition Pride Pack launched in 2018 for Pride Month and it's still around this year! The pack comes with one Equality Tattoo Stamp and one Glitter Lip Gloss in a rainbow hue. MILK MAKEUP still donates 50% of the retail purchase price of Pride Packs to New York City’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center (The Center). You can purchase it for half-off on the Sephora website or pay full price on the Milk Makeup site.

Sally Hansen x GLAAD Xtreme Wear Pride Nail Color Collection ($17, Ulta)

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Sally Hansen partnered with GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) to create a full Xtreme Wear Pride Nail Color Collection. The organization "works through entertainment, news, and digital media to share stories from the LGBTQ community that accelerate acceptance" according to its website. It also provides jobs and internships! Sally Hansen also made a financial contribution to the organization ahead of this collection release. 

Baddie Winkle x INC.redible Cosmetics Collection 

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The internet collectively lost its mind when it was announced that Instagram sensation Baddie Winkle would release her own makeup collection with INC.redible Cosmetics. The collection includes everything from eye shadows to rollerball lip gloss to boob masks! INC.redible is donating 5% of the Baddie Winkle Collection's sales to the Trevor Project. Sephora is also donating $1 from the June sales of this collection to support LGBTQ organizations. 

Marc Jacobs Enamored Dazzling Gloss Lip Lacquer Collection ($28, Sephora)

"10% of the retail price of each limited-edition Enamored (with Pride) Dazzling Gloss sold between June 6, 2019 [and] July 10, 2019 will be donated to @SageUSA, an organization close to Marc Jacobs’ heart, up to $75k," the brand wrote on Instagram. @SageUSA is dedicated to providing advocacy, services, and support to older members of the LGBTQIA+ community." Sephora will also be donating $1 from the June sales of this product to support LGBTQ organizations.