One way you can help support the Black community is by familiarizing yourself with and purchasing products from Black-owned brands. From styling products to natural haircare, here are twelve easily-accessible Black-owned hair brands that we love.
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Uncle Funky’s Daughter
Self-proclaimed “chief curl officer,” Renee Morris wanted a way to help everyone showcase their true beauty. Her brand, Uncle Funky’s Daughter provides products to satisfy every curl in the world. Check out the natural line here.
Founded by Chris-Tia Donaldson, Thank God it’s Natural (or TGIN) produces some of the best natural hair and skin care products. With a goal of redefining beauty, TGIN “empowers women to be the best version of themselves.” Check it out here.
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The Mane Choice
Courtney Adeleye’s The Mane Choice prides itself on being a lifestyle, rather than a brand. With products built to “enhance beauty and health with a scientific background,” they really are bar none. Click here to purchase.
With the goal of creating natural products for kinky hair, Scarlett Rocourt’s Wonder Curl encourages anyone with curly hair to wear it naturally and confidently. Using castor oil, Aloe Vera and shea butter, products work with any hair type from 3A to 4C. Shop the line here.
Curly By Nature
Curly By Nature was founded by Klerissa McDonald to limit the pain of curls and afros. Based in the UK, the curl care line provides innovative products to help style and care for curly hair. Check it out here.
Big Hair Beauty
Founded by Stormi Steele, Big Hair Beauty’s goal is to provide men and women with high quality products that actually work for natural hair. Products not only help hair grow, but they help restore confidence in customers as well. Click here to browse the line.
Taliah Waajid Natural Hair
Taliah Waajid’s hair and skin company is made with all natural ingredients, like plants, fruits and herbs. In addition to providing products that work for natural and curly hair, the brand encourages positivity and healthy living. Shop it here.
What other Black-owned hair brands do you love? Let us know in the comments!