Their hero product is the Orange Marmalade Gel that provides hold and definition for all hair types. They also believe that great performing (and smelling!) Jane Carter and her team know the importance of diversity--Jane was one of the first Black students to be integrated into a White school at the age of six. Wendi Levy and Kim Etheredge found common ground while discussing the specific hair issues that they faced as multi-cultural women trying to care for hair that seemed to be somewhat in-between with altogether different concerns.

Miss Jessie’s line is derived from hair concerns from their clientele and consists of mostly styling creams, moisturizers, and deep conditioners for curly, textured, and multi-textured hair. Although not completely displeased with the products on the market, she felt as if they could have contained healthier ingredients; not long after, she began mixing her own homemade shea butter, which is now sold as Everything Butter. Lois and Michael continued on to start a brand that celebrated Jamaican tradition and wholesome ingredients.

Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Reply; India Chambers SAYS: 04/25/2017 at 9:49 pmEdit. Active, Closed, Whether an Organization is for profit or non-profit, General contact email for the organization, Auto-generated name of transaction (e.g. San Francisco Bay Area, Silicon Valley), Operating Status of Organization e.g. Mom of four and CEO of Chocolate Kinks and Kurls, Juanita Henderson, began her natural hair journey with a transition and a big chop after her daughter questioned the beauty of her own hair after observing her Juanita’s habit of constantly straightening at the salon. In doing such I’m trying to focus more of my hard earned money on quality products from quality black owned brands. Taliah Waajid was the first natural brand to offer a complete line of chemical-free products.

Known for her helpful YouTube videos on Natural Hair, Whitney’s tips and tricks saved a lot of us from disaster back in the transition days, and even now. Founder of Thank God It’s Natural, Chris-Tia Donaldson, took an interest in natural hair care all the way back in 2002, when monthly relaxers and daily straightening was the law of the land. me looking at my cantu products and my cantu products looking at me finding out cantu is in the process of being cancelled because it’s white-owned pic.twitter.com/VG76vHHlzn. Treasured Locks serves all sorts of clientele, but their main demographic are customers with highly textured hair, selling high quality salon grade products at an affordable everyday price. She has been sharing her passion with the world through YouTube since 2012.

So he opted to take matters into his own hands by creating a line of products to suit his needs. Curly Magic was the first product in the Uncle Funky’s Daughter product line up, meeting the needs of smart ingredients, moisture, elongation, and definition.