10 Black-Owned Haircare Brands To Meet All Your Styling Needs

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Black Owned Hair Care Brands: Customers have been asking for natural hair care products made especially for wavy or curly hair for decades. Now, a big change is happening. In the past few years, there have been a lot of new hair companies owned by Black people. Black-owned hair care companies like Pattern Beauty, Grace Eleyae, and many more have joined pioneers like Shea Moisture and Carol’s Daughter in making a wide range of products for all hair types.

Here are some of the best hair products made by Black people that you can buy right now (and always). We’ve included hair masks, scalp exfoliators, weave extensions, shampoo, conditioners, and serums from companies like Naturalicious, Bread Beauty Supply, Mielle Organics, LivSo, Girl+Hair, and Hairbrella that are making waves in the Black beauty market to help with all kinds of hair problems.

There are, of course, a lot of great places to shop that are owned by Black people, from beauty to fashion. After you buy these Black-owned hair products, check out our favorite Black-owned brands on Amazon, Black-owned clothing brands, Black-owned soap companies, and Black-owned gift ideas to find more brands to try.

1. Alaffia

Olowo-n’djo Tchala met Prairie Rose Hyde and fell in love with her. Together, they started Alaffia, which wants to give back to the community through empowerment projects. The line uses natural ingredients, and the products are all vegan. The EveryDay Shea Shampoo and Conditioner are for normal to very dry hair. It cleans, moisturizes, and protects with the help of shea butter. Alaffia has also won a Good Housekeeping Sustainable Packaging Award.

2. Design Essentials

Design Essentials
Cornell McBride, Sr. started Design Essentials in 1990 with the goal of putting a balance of vitamins and proteins into its hair products to make hair easier to move and style. The Natural Almond & Avocado Curl Enhancing Mousse from Design Essentials is a light, non-greasy product that is meant to tame frizz and leave a shiny finish.

3. Hairbrella

Tracey Pickett, who started Hairbrella and came up with the idea, wanted to give women peace of mind about their hair when it was raining. The Hairbrella waterproof rain hat is smooth and safe on the inside because it is lined with satin. It also has a waterproof visor that you can put on to keep the rain off your face.


GIRL+HAIRGirl+Hair was made by dermatologist Camille Verovic after she had a “big chop.” It is meant to give damaged hair vitamins that are good for it. Shea butter and tea tree oil are used in this leave-in to help keep the scalp clean and healthy.

Anthony Dickey is called the “texture guru” by his peers. His brand, Hair Rules, makes products for hair that is straight, curly, or wavy. This Hydrating Finishing Balm has glycerin, panthenol, olive oil, and Hawaiian ginger root extract in it to make your hair shiny without making it look greasy.

5. Earth’s Nectar

Earth's Nectar
From the brand’s point of view, Earth’s Nectar was made to help people fix dry, broken, and coarse curls and strands. The brand focuses on using natural ingredients to bring your hair back to life and replenish it. This scalp oil is meant to calm the scalp and fight dandruff at the same time.

6. EDEN BodyWorks

EDEN BodyWorksJasmine Lawrence says she started EDEN Bodyworks in 2004 because there weren’t enough natural hair care products on the market when she was 11. She had a chemical burn on her hair when she was 11 that made it fall out. This curl-defining crème is made with moisturizing ingredients like coconut oil, shea butter, aloe, avocado oil, and more. It has a medium hold and defines your natural curl pattern.

7. Flora & Curl

Flora & Curl
After deciding to love her natural hair, Rose Ovensehei started Flora & Curl. Rose had relaxed her hair for years, so she wanted to make products that would help her scalp heal without using harsh chemicals. This Soothe Me Curl Refresh Clay Wash says it will clean your scalp and hair and make them feel fresh.

8. Flawless By Gabrielle Union

Flawless By Gabrielle UnionWith her hair care line, Flawless by Gabrielle Union, the actress who has won many awards adds another hyphen to her name. Union has a product for controlling edges that contains acai palm oil, which is good for repairing hair. Biotin and passionfruit seed oil are meant to stop flakes and buildup.

9. The PuffCuff

The PuffCuff
The PuffCuff is a new take on the old-fashioned banana clip. It keeps your hair in place without you having to pull and tug on it, which can be painful. After realizing that there weren’t enough products for her thick hair, Ceata E. Lash started the brand.

10. Kinky-Curly

Kinky-CurlyThe styling gels from Kinky-Curly are loved by beauty editors at Cosmopolitan and Essence. Curling Custard from the brand is meant to help strengthen hair and give it a good hold for styling.

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