100 Plus Black-Owned Businesses in Hair Care

I have received some inquiries about recommendations for the best black-owned businesses in hair care.

As a result, I’ve compiled all the brands I know plus the brands I have used in this article. I will be updating the list as I get more information. 

If you know of any other black-owned businesses in hair care that’s not on the list, please submit the details HERE.

If you live outside North America, you can also order some of the products on iHerb or via Amazon global marketplace. They both ship to over 100 countries around the world for great prices. 


I will also be creating a separate directory for black-owned businesses in beauty, health, fitness, lifestyle, and F & B in the future so feel free to submit those details as well. 

List of Black-Owned Businesses – Hair Care


  1. Ade Ori Hair Care
  2. Alaafia
  3. Alikay Naturals
  4. Alodia Hair Care
  5. Anita Grant
  6. Argan Deluxe


  1. Bask & Bloom Essentials
  2. Bee Mine Organics (currently unavailable)
  3. Bekura Beauty
  4. Beija Flor Naturals
  5. Bel Nouvo Beauty
  6. Big Hair + Beauty
  7. BGLH Marketplace
  8. Bolden Company
  9. Briogeo
  10. Butter + Nectar

Alikay Naturals


  1. Camille Rose Naturals
  2. Cara B Naturally
  3. Cassandra Beccai
  4. Chocolate Kinks & Curls
  5. Coco Conscious Collective
  6. Cream and Coco
  7. Curls & Potions
  8. CurlLuxe Naturals
  9. Curls
  10. CurlBox
  11. CurlKit
  12. Curl Junkie
  13. CurlMix


  1. Darcys Botanicals
  2. Design Essentials
  3. Deeply Rooted
  4. Diva by Cindy

Mielle Organics


  1. Eden Body Works
  2. Earthtones Naturals
  3. Earth’s Nectar
  4. Elongtress
  5. Emily Jayne
  6. Entwine
  7. Ettenio
  8. Envii Haircare
  9. E’TAE Natural Products
  10. EverButter LLC
  11. Evolving Textures


  1. Femme Noire
  2. Free Beauty (Currently unavailable)


  1. Girl + Hair


  1. Hair Rules
  2. Hair Of Nature
  3. HAIRiette
  4. Honey’s Handmade
  5. Hydratherma Naturals


  1. Inahsi Naturals


  1. Jane Carter Solutions


  1. Karens Body Beautiful
  2. KeraVeda
  3. Kinky Curly
  4. Komaza Hair Care
  5. Kreyol Essence
  6. Kurlee Belle
  7. Koils By Nature

Miss Jessie's


  1. Liha Beauty
  2. Lion’s Mane Botanicals
  3. LivSo
  4. Luv Naturals


  1. Melanin Hair Care by Naptural85
  2. Mielle
  3. Mo Knows Hair Curl Collection
  4. Moisture Love
  5. Miss Jessie’s
  6. Mixed Chicks
  7. My Honey Child


  1. Nandi’s Naturals
  2. Natasha Somalia
  3. Naturally Nadine
  4. NaturALL Club
  5. Naturalicious
  6. Nzuri


  1. OBIA Naturals
  2. Oyin Handmade


  1. Pattern Beauty
  2. Pydana Collection
  3. Pur Bella Naturals
  4. Pooka Pure & Simple
  5. PuffCuff
  6. Puddin’s Potions


  1. Qhemet Biologics


  1. Rapunzel The Future Of Hair
  2. Reagan Sanai Natural Hair Essentials


  1. Shades, Colors & Coils
  2. She Scent It
  3. SDot Beauty
  4. Sienna Naturals
  5. Soultanicals
  6. Sunny Isle JBCO


  1. T-Roots
  2. Talia Waajid
  3. Terra Veda Organic
  4. Thank God it’s Natural
  5. The Mane Choice – no longer black-owned. More HERE.
  6. The Afro Hair & Skin Co. 
  7. TLC Naturals
  8. Treasured Locks
  9. Tree Naturals
  10. TreLuxe
  11. TRUE by Made Beautiful


  1. Uncle Funky’s Doctor
  2. Up North Naturals



  1. Wonder Curl


  1. Yelani

Live outside North America? You can still shop black-owned businesses on iHerb or via Amazon global marketplace. They both ship to over 100 countries.

If you know of any other black-owned businesses in hair care that’s not on the list, please submit the details HERE.


Sometimes a company is sold but I don’t catch it in the news. If you see a company like that on this list, hit me up in the comments section and I’ll update. Happy Shopping! 🙂

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16 thoughts on “100 Plus Black-Owned Businesses in Hair Care”

  1. I love the mane choice 3 in 1 leave in conditioner.. Leaves my hair soft and it smells good.. Also i am in tge ealy stages of opening my own beauty supply store.. Thabk you for this list

  2. I was going through your list of blacked owned hair care lines, and see that some are crossed out. Are they no longer 100% black-owned?


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