The Best Products for Curly Hair Extensions (Celebrating Black-Owned Businesses)
Now that you’ve gotten your weaves, textured hair, and raw hair bundles, it’s time to learn how to care them. Caring for curly hair extensions starts with having the right hair products.
Caring for curly hair extensions is like caring for your natural or textured hair. You need to:
- Deep Condition
- Leave-In Conditioner
With SL Raw Virgin Hair, these are 100% human hair. So, the products from our favorite black-owned businesses are perfect for helping you to care for your curly extensions. Here are 5 of our black sisters.
5 Products for Curly Hair Extensions
These are just 5 of the black-owned brands on our product shelf at home and the salon. We have many more.
The 5 we picked out for today’s post all carry full lines of products covering every aspect of natural and textured hair care. So, you can stick to a line or mix it up. Then leave a comment below about which black-owned hair product you prefer for caring for your curly hair extensions.
Camille Rose Naturals
Keeping your curly extensions moisturized is a necessity for longevity. Camille Rose products are designed to hydrate curly hair. Founded by Janell Stephens, this black-owned hair brand offers a wide range of products that are easily accessible in stores and online. Try the Signature Collection to prevent your extensions from getting brittle and dull.
Thank God It’s Natural (TGIN) is another great black-owned brand for 100% natural curly extensions. Founded by Chris-Tia Donaldson, this hair line is easily accessible and boasts all the shampooing, conditioning, and styling products you’ll need to maintain your extensions for the long-term. The products are moisture-rich, and the twist and define crème is excellent for curl definition.
Known for their certified organic products, CURLS is the brainchild of Mahisha Dellinger. The curly hair product line is perfect for keeping your curly extensions pristine. Try the Blueberry Bliss Styling Bundle to repair, restore, and condition your tresses (natural and extensions).
Rochelle Graham-Campbell pioneered the L.O.C. method that we love to use and which her Alikay Naturals products can work wonders for your hair. Alikay is all about a healthy hair care regimen and one you should have for your bundles, weaves, and hair extensions. So, if you have tight or loose curls from SL Raw Virgin Hair, the Alikay line will help you keep them popping.
Rounding out our 5 products for curly hair extensions is Eden Bodyworks. This brand by Jasmine Lawrence has a lovely line of scalp care products that can soothe any itchiness you may have from wearing your curly hair extensions. Their Shea Leave-In Conditioner is also great for after wash care.
Wrap Life is another black-owned hair brand launched by Nnenna Stella. Instead of hair care products, they offer exquisite head wraps to style your curly extensions or protect them.
Now, these are just a few of the many black-owned brands we love for hair care. So, tell us in the comments, which brands do you enjoy using, and we’ll let you know if we have them on our shelves too.
Yvette J Haughton