7 Black Owned Hair Brands You Need to Know!

With all that is happening in current events, it seems as if this is the perfect opportunity to continue to push the agenda for change forward. There are so many ways that you can get involved; one way is leveraging your buying power. According to a Nielsen report in 2018, the black community had a buying power of 1.2 trillion dollars. If we deliberately chose to spend a percentage of our dollars with black-owned or minority brands, we could help cultivate a new generation of wealth for people of color. Keep reading for a list of black-owned brands that should you should know (in no particular order).

Black-Owned Hair Brands

Mielle Organics

Launched in 2014 by Michelle Rodriguez, a registered nurse, this brand focuses on natural hair care for all hair types and prides itself on using organic ingredients.

Taliah Waajid

" Taliah Waajid was the first to offer a complete line of natural, chemical-free hair care products. The products were formulated for consumers that chose not to use chemicals on their hair. " This brand also offers a haircare line for men.

Alikay Naturals

Alikay Naturals is known for using natural ingredients believed to contain healing properties and with scents that are to die for! My personal favorite is the shea yogurt.

Camille Rose

Janell Stephens, a mother of 5 and entrepreneur, started this brand of hair care products from within her kitchen in 2011. 

The Doux


Thank God it's NATURAL (tgin) was founded by Harvard Law School graduate and breast cancer survivor, Chris-Tia Donaldson. Her story and her products are amazing.

Melanin Hair Care

Founded by youtuber Whitney White (Naptural85) and sister, Taffeta, this brand is known for catering to natural hair. The brand boasts products made from natural ingredients that will promote hair growth.

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