A good hair day is a gift that keeps on giving. Facts!
When our hair is on point, our confidence and social dynamics rise but imagine how elevated we’d feel about knowing we can help create jobs, close the Racial Wealth Gap and empower local communities.
Black-owned hair care companies deserve our support and thankfully, there is no shortage of them, so I’ve rounded up 10 of the many businesses, making a difference this holiday season.
1. Adwoa Beauty
Pumped full of sustainable ingredients, the Baomint Bestsellers Holiday Kits are wildly popular.
With transparent fair trade practices and an expansive list of best-selling products, it’s no wonder Alaffia is one of Good Housekeeping’s 2021 Beauty Award winners.
The Kalahari Smoothie Leave-In, a fan favorite, is the ultimate go-to for long-lasting protection.
Next-level scalp care is here! Top-selling, ScalpBliss Foam Treatment refreshes without over-drying.
A top choice for dry, slow-growing, tight curls, Qhemet Biologics also helps shoppers create customized routines.
Artfully designed, no-friction Satin Lined Bandies are game-changers.
Created by a female scientist, the Wash Day Bundle treats tightly coiled strands, based on inherent characteristics. Genius!
A winter must-have, What The Hemp Deep Moisture Mask provides maximum hydration.
9. Grace Eleyae
The Slap Cap mastermind strikes gold again with cozy silk and satin-lined beanies!
Less products. Better ingredients. The 3-step, Hello Gorgeous Starter Kits never disappoint.