We’re in our last week of featuring women-owned businesses in Pittsburgh in honor of Women’s History Month. However, keep checking back because you never know when another post may pop up featuring your favorite businesses owned by powerful Pittsburgh women!
1. The Jewel Thief
Owner Alexis’s jewelry shop’s tagline is “we just look expensive.” She sells gorgeous cocktail rings, sparkly bracelets, dangly chandelier earrings and more out of her Sewickley shop. Sign up on the Jewel Thief’s website for a special deal on your birthday. More information on The Jewel Thief can be found here.
2. Lantern Rose
Lantern Rose tattoo parlor was established in 2016. Owner Jesse has been tattooing for over a decade. She makes her clients feel comfortable and relaxed while getting their tattoos. In 2017, she welcomed La Marie Brow Club to the shop (they offer microblading and permanent cosmetics. More information on Lantern Rose can be found here.
3. Good L’oven Cookie Shop
Owner Deanna Soost was born in Virginia and eventually moved to Pittsburgh. She first began selling biscotti, and then cookies at local farmer’s markets. Soost eventually opened the Bellevue location of Good L’Oven in 2014 and later expanded to Ross Township in 2017. Cookies and other sweet specials are prepared fresh every day. More information on Good L’Oven Cookie Shop can be found here.
4. Abeille Beauté
Abeille Beauté began in a kitchen when then-high schooler Alyssa Fine started experimenting in her kitchen with beeswax and honey. She tried making lip balm from the tools supplied by her dad’s beekeeping business. After a couple tries, Fine made homemade cosmetics with natural ingredients. Alyssa served as 2011’s Pennsylvania Honey Queen and during her reign she traveled throughout the state to educated others on how crucial honeybees are to the environment. She would often give beeswax cosmetics demonstrations as well. More information on Abeielle Beauté can be found here.
5. Copacetic Beauty Lounge & Skin and Soul
Copacetic is located in Pines Plaza on Perry Highway. Their all-female crew creates a fun and easy vibe with a style for everyone. Neighbors Skin & Soul’s cosmetologists, nail techs, estheticians and lash specialists create a one-stop shop for all your beauty needs. More information on Copacetic Beauty Lounge can be found here.
6. NatuRoll Creamery
Owner Cyndie Delucia makes hand-rolled ice cream with lots of delicious varieties like “Cookie Monster,” with Oreos and Chips Ahoy chocolate chip cookies, dirt in a cup with crushed Oreos and gummy bears and more. Naturoll Creamery caters events as well. More information on NatuRoll Creamery can be found here.
7. No. 14 Boutique
Owners Michelle and Brianne opened their boutique back in 2014, transforming an old bar into a women’s boutique. The Lawrenceville location includes tops, bottoms, dresses, accessories, rompers and more. Their sale rack is usually great too. More information on No. 14 Boutique can be found here.