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7 Black-Owned Haircare Brands You Should Know

From scalp care to tools that hold up your ‘fro, these brands have you covered.

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We’ve finally reached a point in the beauty community where everyone has collectively started embracing natural textures and hairstyles. With the passing of the CROWN Act, Black hair is by no means a trend. In contrast, the haircare industry is now beginning to catch on to how essential women of color dollars are to the survival of brands and have started creating products that cater to all hair types. However, these seven Black-owned hair care brands have been in front of the demand from the start.

Keep reading on to discover the best Black-owned haircare brands you need to know about and try. They’ll help cleanse, condition, hydrate and style every different texture and style of hair.

SheaMoisture

 

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SheaMoisture is the legacy of Sofi Tucker, who sold shea butter at a market in Sierra Leone in the early 1900s. The brand has been a staple name for people of all hair types due to its environmentally conscious, safe and accessible hair and body products.

Rebundle

 

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Founder Ciara Imani May launched Rebundle at the beginning of 2021 in hopes of giving Black women better synthetic hair options. Rebundle’s Braid Better hair is made using banana fibers. The braiding hair comes in eight colors: black, brown, blonde, blue, auburn and three shades of pink.

Bread Beauty Supply

Founder Maeva Heim launched Bread Beauty Supply in 2020 with the intent of not flooding the Black haircare market with baseless products. Heim kept her initial offerings to the basics: shampoo, deep conditioner and oil to moisturize the hair.

PuffCuff

Ceata E. Lash wanted something that would keep her natural hair in place but wouldn’t put too much tension on the scalp, so she created the PuffCuff in 2013. The hair clamp comes in five sizes and can be used to secure an afro puff, low ponytail, braids, twists and locs.

Adwoa Beauty

 

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Founder Julian Addo wanted to create hair products that worked on coily textures but also looked chic enough for those hair shelfies. The range includes two collections that are both equipped with the essentials to wash and style your hair.

Girl + Hair Under Hair Care

 

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Founded by dermatologist Camille Verovic, Girl + Hair Under Hair Care offers six specific targeted offerings designed to help cleanse and condition the scalp.

Melanin Haircare

YouTube hair blogger and founder Whitney White launched Melanin Haircare in 2018. The range of products features a cleanser, moisturizers, scalp oil and hair accessories.

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