Hair is an important part of Black culture whether it be natural hair, braids, wigs, or sew-ins. It can be overwhelming trying to find brands that cater to Black hair needs. In honor of Women’s History Month, MEFeater is highlighting Black woman-owned hair brands that cater to our hair needs.
“Rebundle” is the first U.S.-made plant-based braiding hair brand, striving to create a new standard in the hair community by providing non-toxic, eco-friendly hair extensions. Founded by, Ciara Imani May and Danielle Washington, Rebundle is the hair brand for you if you’ve ever experienced scalp irritation from synthetic braiding hair.
The Braid Releaser
Mother and daughter duo, Angela and Saraa Green are the founders behind The Braid Releaser. The Braid Releaser is self-explanatory in the name itself; the tool provides a pain-free detangling experience when taking down braids. The double-sided tool is designed to reduce braid take-down time, prevent hair loss, and promote hair growth and retention.
Yummie O is the founder behind not one but two hair companies, Yummy Extensions and Kosa Professionals. Kosa Professionals brand’s mission is to develop heat tools that are innovative and won’t compromise the health of your hair. Kosa Professionals comes from the Bosnian word, KOSA meaning hair.
Muhga Eltigani is the founder of the NaturAll Club. NaturAll Club sells only fresh, refrigerated hair products made from natural ingredients. If you’ve ever experienced dry or dull curly hair after using harsh products, then NaturAll Club is the solution for you.
Grace Eleyae is the founder of the namesake brand, Grace Eleyae Inc. Grace Eleyae Inc was founded on the belief that you should never have to choose between hair care and style. Grace Eleyae Inc offers a variety of hair protection accessories that are fashionable from the brands’ Slap (satin lined cap) to, headbands, hats, and pillowcases.
What are some of your favorite Black women-owned hair products out there? Let us know in the comments.
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