Since 1992 Beauloni has been featured in Essence Magazine, in Harriett Cole’s Volume I & 2 of Jumping the Broom, and was also a featured headpiece designer in the Afrocentric Bride by Therez Fleetwood.
The name “Beauloni” was derived from the owner’s children’s names; her son Beau and daughter Loni. with the hope they would someday carry on the business. The company’s primary products include bridal headpieces ;tiaras, wraps, combs, hair pins, chokers, earrings and necklaces.
The Legacy Beauloni Collection has been cultivated to give Beauloni longevity and stability in the bridal market.