Black Owned Hair Brands

This post speaks on some of the most known hair care businesses that meet the needs of yes, everyone but those with textured hair. Textured hair can tend to be more of a process. lol. These brands are black-owned and meet the needs of multicultural hair. Check these brands out and their stories. All products work to help with maintenance and taming.

Carols Daughter 

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Carol’s Daughter is headquartered in NYC, founded by Lisa Price which is also the president of the company. This brand was established in 1993 when named after Lisa Price’s mother, Carol. As a multicultural hair brand, Carol’s Daughter also offers body and skincare products. To check out more on Price’s Story, https://www.carolsdaughter.com/about-us.html

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I personally love this brand. I had bought many different products and were not let down. Some favorite is;

https://www.carolsdaughter.com/sacred-tiare-leave-in-conditioner/820645226173.html?cgid=hair-product-type-leave-in-conditioners#start=5&cgid=hair-product-type-leave-in-conditioners

https://www.carolsdaughter.com/sacred-tiare-4-in-1-combing-creme/820645234864.html?cgid=hair-product-type-styling#start=3&cgid=hair-product-type-styling

Curls

Curls was founded by Mahisha Dellinger. Dellinger launched Curls in 2003 after be dedicated after being frustrated with the lack of products for naturally curly hair. Curls offer organic hair care products. Learn more about Curls here, https://curls.biz/our-story/

Kinky-Curly

Kinky-Curly is owned by Shelly Davis. Davis launched this brand in 2003. Offering curly hair products for women and children. Davis values the herbs and plant-based ingredients. Check out their website, https://kinky-curly.com

Twisted Sista

Twisted Sista is originated in the UK. The first product was curated in London as Urban Therapy. British entrepreneur, Stephen Durham knowing the gap in hair care for multicultural people. Trying to give his consumer’s hair salon performance for affordable prices. Twista Sista was created in 2004. Four years later, Twisted Sista was launched in the US. Here is more, https://www.twistedsista.com/about

Miss Jessie’s

A brand ran by sisters. Miko/Tti Branch founded and CEOs of natural-based multicultural hair products. They took their brand to the market in 2004. Growing up they were inspired by their grandmother. Miss Jessies comes from their grandmother. They would watch their grandmother mixing all types of mixtures and formulas in their kitchen to help style/tame their hair. Learn more here, https://missjessies.com/pages/our-story

Pattern Beauty

Pattern Beauty is a newer brand, that was launched in 2020 by Tracee Ross. Ross launched her brand after growing up with expectations of what society wanted her hair to look like. This caused her to damage her hair. As she started to fall in love with her natural hair. After a while, she realized her beauty. She started to embrace her curls and textured hair. Check out her story here, https://patternbeauty.com/blogs/news/our-story

Tallah Waajid

Founded and created by Tallah Waajid. This all started when she was 14 years old. Waajid was the first to have complete, natural chemical-free hair care products. Waajid also began to expand her brand by offering 4 different collections. Lastly, she also has a line for men named Uncle Jimmy’s. Learn more here, https://naturalhair.org/pages/about-taliah

Lusters

Luster was inspired by the late Fred Luster, Sr. His main focus was to create a premium line to focus on the health and maintenance of the hair. Luster founded Luster INC, in 1957. After passing, the business stayed running with the help of his family. Check out their website to learn more.https://www.lusterspink.com/about-luster.php

My hair is about 3B, 3C on a good day. These black-owned businesses have products for every hair type.

Check out my curly hair care tips here.

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