If you frequent my blog you know I’m a beauty product junkie. I’m always looking for new hair products and skincare products to try. Last year I decided to revamp my natural hair care routine. I wanted to be more intentional about the products I purchased. So, I made a special effort to find silicone, sulfate, and paraben free products. Additionally, I made a special effort to find and purchase black owned natural hair care brands.
When I first went natural there were only a handful of natural haircare brands. Shea Moisture, Carol’s Daughter, Cantu….just to name a few. Even though those brands were made for black hair, they weren’t black owned. Now, the options are endless. So, if you are looking for black owned hair care brands, you’ve come to the right place! Below you’ll find a list of black owned hair care brands as well as some of their best products.
You can find all the products listed below at your local Target, Sephora, Ulta or online. As always this post does contain affiliate links, clicking on these links won’t cost you money. But, I may make a commission if you purchase something using my link.
Briogeo : Briogeo is a pretty well known brand that you can find in Ulta, Sephora, and other stores across the country. Many may be surprised to know that it’s founder and CEO is a black woman. I’ve tried a handful of Briogeo products and their Be Gentle, Be Kind™ Avocado + Kiwi Mega Moisture Superfoods Hair Mask is one of my all time favorite hair treatments.
Adwoa Beauty : Adwoa Beauty is a hair care brand I’ve been itching to try. They have a full line of natural hair care products that includes shampoo, conditioner, gel and oil. All of their products including their Baomint Deep Conditioning Treatment contain baobab oil which contains vitamins a, d, e, and omega 3, 6 + 9.
Qhemet Biologics : Qhemet Biologics is new to me and I only discovered it when doing research for this post. I’m kind of blown away by all the products they have. And, I love love love the fact that they have a collection minis, so you can try everything out without breaking the bank.
TGIN : TGIN is a hair care brand that I keep going back to. Its one of the best black owned hair products at Target. I recently started using their Repairx line to address some heat damage I have in my hair. I’ll keep y’all updated on the results. Their TGIN Butter Cream Daily Moisturizer is another great hair moisturizer for natural hair.
SUNDAY II SUNDAY : This hair care line is for active women. All of the SUNDAY II SUNDAY products help maintain your hair before and after workouts. Their innovative Root Refresh Micellar Rinse is a dry shampoo alternative, perfect for refreshing your hair between washes. They also have their own biotin gummies for full hair.
Pattern : I’ve discussed Pattern products previously on my blog in my post on my Low Porosity Hair Routine. I love every single Pattern product I’ve tried. Pattern just released a new treatment line with a treatment mask and scalp serum that are next on my list to try.
Kreyòl Essence : Kreyol Essence uses natural ingredients sourced from Caribbean farms. They have a very unique line of Castor Oils which promote hair growth and moisture retention. The Mango, Papaya & Coconut Haitian Black Castor Oil apparently smells amazing and keeps your hair soft as well.
Camille Rose Naturals : Camille Rose Naturals is another one of my go to brands because you can find it everywhere. Their Honey Hydrate is a great hair moisturizer for natural hair. I usually follow it up with a heavier hair cream but it works well on its own too.
Melanin Haircare : This brand was started by youtuber Whitney White. I love their commitment to products that are sulfate, silicone, and paraben free. If you’re on the hunt for a good clarifying shampoo, Melanin’s African Black Soap Reviving Shampoo has rave reviews.
If there are any black owned hair care brands that you’ve tried and recommend, let me know below!
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