Top 54 Black-Owned Hair Care Brands for Curly Hair Care

Check out this carefully curated list of black-owned businesses in hair care.

There are a few favourite 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 favourites 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.

Bestselling Black-Owned Hair Care Businesses

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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Done with Shea Moisture? Try These Top 54 Black-Owned Hair Care Brands

1. Ade Ori Hair Care

Ade Ori Hair Care by your truly offers carefully researched and tested curly hair care reading, best hair growth, styling and treatment oils, and curly hair merch.

Arewa Hair Styling Oil 3D Mockup

2. Alaffia

Alaffia Hair Care Products

3. Alikay Naturals

Alikay Naturals Hair Care Products

4. Argan Deluxe

Argan Deluxe for Curly Hair

5. Bask & Bloom Essentials

Bask and Boom Essentials

6. Bee Mine Organics

Bee Mine Organics

7. Beija Flor Naturals

Beija Flor Naturals

8. Bel Nouvo Beauty

Bel Nouvo Beauty

9. The Bolden Company

The Bolden Company Hair Care Collection

10. Camille Rose Naturals

Camille Rose Naturals

11. Cara B Naturally

Cara B Naturally

12. Chocolate Kinks & Curls

Chocolate Kinks & Kurls

13. Curls

Curls Blueberry Bliss

14. Cocotique Beauty Box

A monthly beauty subscription box that sends out 5 – 8 sample and full-size beauty and lifestyle products every month.

First-time customers get 10% off their first box. Find more about this deal HERE.

For more beauty subscription boxes, check out Beauty Boxes for Natural Hair: Which is Best?

16. Darcy’s Botanicals

Darcy's Botanicals for Curly Hair

17. Design Essentials

Design Essentials

18. Diva by Cindy

Diva By Cindy

19. EDEN Bodyworks

Eden Bodyworks

20. Earthtones Naturals

Earthtone Naturals

21. Earth’s Nectar

Earth's Nectar

22. Entwine Couture Beauty

Entwine Global Couture

23.Envii Haircare

Envii Hair Care

24. E’TAE Natural Products

E'TAE Natural Products

25. Hydratherma Naturals

Hydratherma Naturals26. Jane Carter

Jane Carter Solution

27. Karen’s Body Beautiful

Karens Body Beautiful

28. KeraVeda

KeraVada29. Kinky CurlyKinky Curly

30. Kurlee Belle

Kurlee Belle

31. Koils By Nature

Koils By Nature

32. Luv Naturals

LuvNaturals

33. Mielle

Mielle Organics

34. Miss Jessie’s

Miss Jessie's

35. Mixed Chicks

Mixed Chicks36. My Honey Child

My Honey Child37. Nandi’s Naturals

Nandis Naturals Root and Scalp Butter38. Naturalicious

Naturalicious39. Nzuri

Nzuri

40. Obia Naturals

Obia Naturals41. Qhemet Biologics

Qhemet Biologics

42. Oyin Handmade 

Oyin Handmade

43. Soultanicals

Soultanicals44. Taliah Waajid

Taliah Waajid45. Thank God It’s Natural (thin) 

tgin for Curly Hair46. The Mane Choice – no longer black-owned. More HERE

The Mane Choice

47. Treasured Locks

Treasured Locks

48. Tree Naturals

Tree Naturals

49. TreLuxe

TreLuxe50. Uncle Funky’S Daughter

Uncle Funky's Daughter51. Wonder Curl

Wonder Curl

52. Yelani

You can read the inspiring story behind this brand at Entrepreneur’s Talk with Yetunde Jude, Founder of Yelani Hair Care Line

Yelani Hair Care Line

53. Pattern Beauty by Tracee Ellis Ross

55. Melanin Hair Care

56. UniQurl

57. Femme Noire

58. Kreyol Essence

59. Curls & Potions

If I’ve missed out 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:-

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23 thoughts on “Top 54 Black-Owned Hair Care Brands for Curly Hair Care”

  1. Thank you for sharing. Carol’s Daughter is now owned by L’Oreal who we all know is not Black Owned. I use a few of these brands but haven’t much purchased any Shea Moisture because of that campaign that put out last year.

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  2. Thank you so much for this list of Black owned hair products. I will definitely use it when purchasing my hair products! Very very helpful!

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  3. Thank you for this updated list. I was using As I Am, but recently found out they was no longer black owned when I saw the models getting lighter with different hair texture.

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  4. I really, really appreciate the list of black-owned hair products provider. Will definitely change some things. Helpful information. ☺

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  5. I love Thalia Wajid’s curly curl cream for my 4c hair, the curl sealer is more for like type 3 hair. Appreciate the list thanks

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  6. Thank you for this list. Trying to support more black owned hair care companies. I’m based in the UK, and I’m finding a lot of the products is not what I’ll personally say is within the affordable price mark. I’m used to paying around £3.50-£6 for a shampoo, but the starting price of some these have me searching high and low everywhere for deals. I’ll keep working through your list. Thanks again.

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  7. I found the sunny isle shampoo and conditioner at about £8-£9 each…so that’s still affordable. Just need to find some hair masque and good leave-ins. Should be fun working my way through until I find something that works for my hair.

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