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5 Black Owned Natural Hair Brands to Try

By January 27th, 2021No Comments
5 Black Owned Natural Hair Brands to Try
by Jascmeen of

Let’s face it, even with our go-to’s and grails, we can’t help but to experiment with new lines and products. The Black haircare industry is a potentially $500 billion dollar industry, so why not put some of our own money back into our own community? Here are a few Black-owned beauty business that are making waves and are definitely deserving of your support.

1.Tree Naturals
Founded by LaTresha Sayles, Tree Naturals is an all natural hair care line centered around an Asian spa experience.

Try their Honey, Fruit & Flowers Milk, a multi-use styler, detangler, leave-in, and curl reviver.

2. Wonder Curl
Wonder Curl products aim to not only treat curls, but to cut down on overall styling time. The entire line is free of pthalates, silicones, and parabens and never tested on animals.

Try their Butter Than Love Pudding created with castor oil and Shea butter.

3. It’s Yours Hair Co.
It’s Yours Hair Co. is no newcomer in the natural hair world. They have been on the scene since 2001 as a seller of human hair extensions. Recently the brand has expanded to include hair care products.

Try their Tea Tree Conditioner on your next co-wash, it’s formulated with peppermint and tea tree oil to gently cleanse your scalp and stimulate hair growth.

4.  Huetiful
The Huetiful brand is all about hydration. Most known for their hair and facial steamer, Huetiful’s hair products aim to offer simple ways to retain moisture for shiny, frizz-free hair.

Try their Macadamia Nut Deep Repair Masque to help prevent breakage and make hair more manageable.

5. Karen’s Body Beautiful
Karen’s Body Beautiful is an all natural skin and hair line founded by Karen Tippin in 2003. Now with a loyal following and a store in Brooklyn, Karen and her “naturally chic” goodies are front and center.

Try their Beauty Boss 101 Leave-In Conditioner created with castor and sunflower seed oil, carnauba and candelilla waxes, aloe vera oil, and Vitamin E.

Got a favorite Black-owned beauty brand you want to shout out? Tell us in the comments!

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