7 Black-owned hair product brands to support

1. BRIOGEO HAIR CARE

Green hair care line Briogeo Hair Care aims to detoxify, hydrate, and protect. Nancy Twine established a range of hair care products that cure frizz and scalp rejuvenation using her grandmother's recipes.

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2. MIELLE ORGANICS  

In 2014, Mielle Organics entered the hair and beauty industry. Babassu Oil and Mint Deep Conditioning Protein/Moisture Replenisher, Moisturising Avocado Hair Milk, and White Peony Leave-In.

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3. ADWOA BEAUTY

Designed for multi-cultural hair, this gender-neutral cosmetic brand is simple, transparent and kinky. Products with natural components and good outcomes reduce the need to try several products.

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4. NATURALICIOUS  

Gwen Jimmere, CEO and creator of Naturalicious, began developing items in her home. She shortened her wash and style time from hours to minutes using her favourite products and formulations.

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5. THE WRAP LIFE

In rich, colourful textiles, Nnenna Stella's Wrap Life manufactures lovely Head Wraps, Bandies, and Turbanettes for daily use. They provide great tie-and-style lessons on their website and social media.

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6. PATTERN BEAUTY  

Pattern Beauty, founded by Tracee Ellis Ross, began last year with a comprehensive hair care and styling range. The company helps women and men determine your curl patter and the best products.

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7. GLOW BY DAYE

For Glow by Daye, protection and conditioning are key. Ranay Daye created the firm, which sells bonnets with adjustable drawstrings, scarves, deep conditioning heat caps, and shower caps.

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