Meet the Faces Behind the Brands: Black Hair Care (Edition 1)

As you may already know, there are HUUUUUNDREDS of black owned hair care (“curl-maintenance”) brands. Considering all the options availble, I didn’t want to give you a never ending list of hair care brands. Instead, I will highlight 5 Black Owned Haircare Brands and include their stories. I believe each story is significant to helping you decide which product is best for you. I think it’s important that I share their stories and that you are able to put a face with the brand and to learn what is our history.

Thinking about your hair can seem small, even selfish, but the truth is that it’s one of the things that unites us all. It frames our face, it’s part of our identity, it is our crown, our power and our confidence.

Tymeka “Tai” Lawrence, Owner of Hairfinity and President of Brock Beauty Inc.

1. Camille Rose Naturals:

Meet the face behind the brand. Janell Stephens is the CEO/Founder of Camille Rose. You may have seen her products countless times at your local Target and Walgreens. There are tens of Youtube product review videos that you can check out. All you have to do is type Camillie Rose Reviews in the Youtube search engine. You can learn more about Janell’s story by clicking the link above.

“You have to hear the Nos to get to the place of Yes!”
Janell Stephens, CEO/Founder of Camille Rose

2. Cara B Naturally:

Meet the faces behind this naturally hair care line. Landra Booker Johnson and Kristi Booker are sisters and the founders of Cara B Naturally. What makes this brand so specail, is that it is all all natural brand for kids with afro-centric roots. There isn’t enough content out there for them, but you can learn more about their family owned business by clicking the link above.

Founders of Cara B Naturally

3. Curls Dynasty:

Meet the curls behind Curls Dynasty. Nickie Nougaisse is changing the world “one curl at a time”. Nickie believe customer service is key and makes all the difference. If you’re looking for support through your hair care journey, Curls Dynasty may be right for you. There are a lot of ladies excited for Nickie’s line and she has plenty product reviews on Youtube. Read more about her journey by clicking the link above.

Nickie Nougaisse, Founder of Curls Dynasty

4. Taliah Waajid:

Taliah Waajid is another popular product you may have seen shelved at your local beauty supplier. Taliah started her first natural hair care business when she at the age of 14. Her company is the first brand to offer a complete line of chemical-free hair care products. Taliah Waajid is on top of the game! She even leads her on product knowledge series on Youtube. You go Miss Waajid! Click the link above to read more about her story.

Taliah Waajid is also the founder and presenter of the Taliah Waajid Natural Hair & Healthy Lifestyle Event

5. HairFinity:

Meet Tymeka Lawrence, the founder of Hairfinity Healthy Hair Vitamins. She is also the President of Brock Beauty and Brands: Hairfinity Hair Vitamins, Essentious Hair Care, Dermera Skin Care and Infinite Lash Eyelash Enhance Serum. Tymeka is the most innovative woman I’ve ever read about. She shared some millionaire tips with on the Steve Harvey Show. Listen to tip #6 she shared from the show. Tymeka and her husband share the growth of their empire, giving the world an intimate look into the inspiration behind the product. You can read more by clicking the link above.

Tymeka “Tai” Lawrence, Owner of Hairfinity and President of Brock Beauty Inc.

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