The Best Black-Owned Hair Brands to Support Year-Round

Sienna Naturals Curl Elixir Hair Primer

Sienna Naturals, founded by Hannah Diop and Issa Rae of Insecure and Rap Sh!t, makes clean, plant-based curly hair products. Sienna Naturals' lightweight elixir clarifies and moisturizes between washes, so use it on wet hair or dry curls.

Pattern Edge Control

Ulta buyers love its neroli, rose, and patchouli-scented edge control, which allows them to slick edges and avoid flyaways without breaking or dryness.

TPH by Taraji Ultra Chill Energizing & Cooling Serum

Scalp care is in: Taraji P. Henson's TPH revitalizing and cooling serum soothes and strengthens hair at the base with aloe, biotin, and tea tree oil with a tri-tip applicator.

Bread Beauty Supply Hair-Mask Deep Conditioner

Bread Beauty Supply's eco-friendly packaging and fragrant scents captivated curly hair and Sephora. Deep conditioning hair masks with Australian ingredients like kakadu plum hydrate and honor the founder's heritage.

Melanin Haircare Multi-Use Softening Leave In Conditioner

This sulfate-free leave-in conditioner from the brand contains bamboo extract, aloe vera, and hops extract to moisturize and shine. Leave it on for 30 minutes and rinse for optimal effects.

Grace Eleyae Nala Print Turban

Since 2014, Grace Eleyae has sold functional, elegant items on Etsy, like this protective turban that keeps hair wet and avoids damage.

Nae Nae's Hair Boost

This natural brand suits ultra-sensitive skin. Terrence and Nevadra (Nae Nae) Johnson created Nae Nae's natural hair products for their children's eczema. The brand's Hair Boost recipe contains shea butter and essential oils for thicker, nourished hair.

The Doux Sucka Free Moisturizing Shampoo

The Doux's eye-catching packaging stands out in a sea of neutral bottles and tubs, but its nourishing formulations make it worthy of any hair collection. A licensed cosmetologist developed it. Shea butter, sea silk, and hibiscus wash curls and coils without drying them out.