Womens History and Hair Care
It’s Women’s History Month and one of the things that women, especially Black Women are always looking for is hair products that work and are safe. From Madame CJ Walker until now, black women have always been at the forefront of business and taking care of their own needs. There have been several companies that have grown off of the love and support from black women and have gone on to be acquired by large brands. These customers can feel left behind as formulas and marketing then changes. However, there are more options out there for those who are looking to make sure their hair care needs are met by someone who looks like them. Check out this list of Black Woman Owned Hair Care Brands and we have plenty of options listed in our directory if you are looking for more options.
Alikay Naturals was founded by entrepreneur, youtuber, Influencer, Wife and Mother Rochelle Alikay Graham-Campbell after she her “Big Chop” and transition to natural hair. Stymied by the lack of products for natural hair for Black Women, she started her brand in 2008 with $100 and her kitchen as her laboratory. Now, she also has a charitable foundation, and has received numerous accolades for her work as a business owner and leader in the Gulf Coast.
Alodia Hair Care was created by Dr. Isfahan Chambers-Harris. Dr. Harris used her expertise in Bio-Medical science and her passion for hair care to create this line. These hair care products are made of natural and organic ingredients to help grow healthy hair and to make it simple for their customers.
What good is all of the time spent on maintaining your hair if when you go to sleep at night you leave it unprotected. Baddie bonnets is a black woman owned hair care product to protect your hair but look cute at the same time. Baddie Bonnets are made using silk fabrics to help maintain moisture and protect simultaneously.
Annagjid Taylor, or “Kee” as she is known, is a Philadelphia, PA raised hair stylist and entrepreneur. From her celebrity clients to anyone who steps into her West Philly salon, Kee focuses on making sure her clients are happy and leave with healthy hair. Deeper Than Hair is a hair care line that features the tools that will allow you to have a great professional look. You can get both your hair care needs met and style with the Deeper Than Hair Flat Irons.
This Natural Hair Care brand began as a way for black women to empower themselves and embrace their hair care journey. Made with natural ingredients, these products help to moisturize the scalp and encourage growth. Founder Britt Abisdid also created “EMPOWER” a mentor program to help women in both their hair care journey and to develop more confidence and Self-Love.
Krown Dolls is a hair care brand that is for parents who want to streamline the hair care process with their young ones. This black woman owned brand is designed to help girls and tweens develop their own hair care routines with fun and whimsical product names and design.
Stress can be a huge detriment to your health, and your hair is not immune to it. Frigg is not just a hair care brand. It is a wellness brand that also incorporates hair care into its holistic approach. The Frigg Hair Potion contains CBD oil to help relieve stress and tension while helping to promote hair growth. When taken as a part of the Frigg regimen, it can help with your mental and physical wellness. Make sure you head to their website and learn more about how you can use Frigg.
Shampoo Time is an innovative product that is designed for making hair care time easier for children. Help them feel more comfortable and get them to stop fighting as much when they can lay back and watch their phone or tablet without the water getting into their eyes. Created by Kia-shun, this is a unique product that fills a need that only a mom could create.