Learn about over 54 black-owned businesses in hair care in this carefully curated list.
There are a few favorite black-owned haircare brands that work excellently for curly hair but sometimes, they change ownership and/or formulas.
At other times, a product is discontinued, leaving you and your curls out in the cold and on the search for a suitable replacement.
This list is going to combine the top 54 plus black-owned haircare brands for curly hair into one place so you can experiment, research, and always have something new to try out.
Some of the brands on this list are also my favorites and have been mentioned a few times on the website.
The list continues to expand as more black-owned businesses are opened every day so be sure to let me know in the comment section if I missed anyone.
I will be updating the list as time goes on so while the heading says top 54, you may find way much more than that below.
The list is also constantly being updated so something that was on it previously may be removed because the brand changed ownership and is no longer black-owned.
You may see strikethroughs on some names. That usually means the page locations have changed. I will update as I catch them.
If any brand is no longer black-owned, I will mention this specifically next to the name.
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6. Bee Mine Organics
A monthly beauty subscription box that sends out 5 – 8 samples and full-size beauty and lifestyle products every month.
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46. The Mane Choice – no longer black-owned. More HERE
You can read the inspiring story behind this brand at Entrepreneur’s Talk with Yetunde Jude, Founder of Yelani Hair Care Line.
If I’ve missed out on any brand or any of the brands are no longer black-owned, let me know in the comments section. I will be updating the list as more brands become available.
In the meantime, check out even more black-owned businesses at:-
- 100 Plus Black-Owned Businesses in Hair Care
- 50 Plus Black-Owned Businesses in Beauty & Skincare
- 50 Plus Black-Owned Hair Care Businesses on Etsy
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