5 Black-Owned Products That Will Upgrade Your Hair Routine
Natural hair is becoming more acceptable in society. You can start to see it on all platforms! Choosing to have natural hair does not mean leaving behind straighteners and cute hairstyles. There is no one rule to say which styling techniques are natural or not. Once you have decided to embrace it; you will notice there is a wide variety of products and it can be overwhelming. It is a unique situation for naturals all over the world. We have different textures and curl patterns and what works for one might not work for another. That in itself can be frustrating and exhausting for an individual trying to find what will work for them. Whether you have curls, kinks or coils, the right product is out there for you. Here are our top 5 black-owned hair products to try now!
Just when the natural hair industry was getting more recognition and creating an identity for itself, Janell Stephens was in her kitchen creating her products from natural foods, oils and natural blends that became the start of Camille Rose.
At age 11 Jasmine had a hair damaging chemical burn, she searched for products to help but was shocked to see how little there was of natural hair products. So as the entrepreneur she is, she took to her kitchen and created her own.
Mahisha, who was previously a Marketing Manager for a Fortune 500 company, was disappointed by the lack of products for the natural hair community that had quality ingredients. Mahisha set out to create her own brand that speaks to women like herself.
Marsha has one goal and that is to create a product that at least every person who had natural, textured hair could not live without. She was inspired by a student when she was in beauty school, who was annoyed by the lack of beauty products. Marsha began experimenting with kinds of butter, creams, oils and conditioners and began to receive requests to buy her products, curl junkie was then born.