These 47 Black-Owned Products Will Upgrade Any Haircare Routine


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I spend copious amounts of time searching for new beauty products, specifically the next best haircare products. Of course, my endless journey of testing curly hair products is not unique; people worldwide are always in pursuit of the best products for their textures. But the search for products that work for my curl type and fulfill specific styling needs that are also consciously made and align with my values (such as practicing sustainable ethics or being Black-owned) sometimes leaves me feeling exhausted. Finding the perfect hair product that ticks off all the boxes can be daunting, but luckily, I’ve done the work and unearthed a few gems in the haircare aisle. 

Ahead, you’ll find the best Black-owned hair brands with the perfect products for any haircare routine. Whether you rock a weave, locks, box braids, blowouts, or your natural texture, the ideal Black-owned hair product awaits.

Pattern Beauty




Sunday II Sunday

Curls Dynasty

Kreyòl Essence


Mixed Chicks

Bomba Curls

Eden Bodyworks

Carol’s Daughter


The Doux

Rucker Roots

Glammed Naturally Oil

Mylon’s Natural Haircare

Ted Gibson


Oyin Handmade


Bask & Bloom Essentials

Adwoa Beauty


Melanin Haircare

Kinky Tresses



NaturAll Club

Qhemet Biologics

Mielle Organics

Alikay Naturals


Uncle Funkys Daughter



TPH by Taraji

Camille Rose

Felicia Leatherwood

Miss Jessie’s

Glow by Daye

Kosa Professionals


Baby Tress

Charlotte Mensah


Bread Beauty Supply

This article was originally published at an earlier date and has been updated.

Jasmine Fox-Suliaman

Jasmine Fox-Suliaman is a fashion editor living in New York City. What began as a hobby (blogging on Tumblr) transformed into a career dedicated to storytelling through various forms of digital media. She started her career at the print publication 303 Magazine, where she wrote stories, helped produce photo shoots, and planned Denver Fashion Week. After moving to Los Angeles, she worked as MyDomaine's social media editor until she was promoted to work across all of Clique's publications (MyDomaine, Byrdie, and Who What Wear) as the community manager. Over the past few years, Jasmine has worked on Who What Wear's editorial team, using her extensive background to champion rising BIPOC designers, weigh in on viral trends, and profile stars such as Janet Mock and Victoria Monét. She is especially interested in exploring how art, fashion, and pop culture intersect online and IRL.