So I decided to make a list of affordable hair vendors that aren’t so crazy in price but still provide quality hair. I recently (literally an hour ago) bought some hair from HJ Weave Beauty and will be making s review video once it’s installed and such. Enjoy!
Whether you’re transitioning from relaxed to natural, looking for a
protective style option, or just want to switch up your look– wearing
weave or extensions is the way to go for a lot of women. Until more
recently, women with naturally curly or kinky hair would be hard pressed
to find hair extensions that match their hair texture. Malaysian,
Peruvian, even Phillipino maybe. But what if you’re looking to rock hair
extensions that look something like your own kinks and curls?
the past few years, this void in the marketplace has been filled. Weave
and extensions are now available that resemble textured natural hair.
Now women can find weave with the kinkiest of kinks so no one has to
feel left out. What makes these new options so significant is that you
don’t have to manipulate your own hair as much to get the two textures
to match. Which is part of the whole point of protective styling anyway.
You also can experiment with colors and styles that you may not want to
do on your own hair, like going blonde or a shorter cut. One other perk
is that others are less likely to know that you’re wearing extensions.
a list of the 10 best natural hair weave companies servicing all the
naturalistas. Most offer a variety of options including wigs, clip-in
wefts, closures, and sew-in extensions to suit your styling needs. Read On!>>>
For decades, the hair care industry in the Black community has been dominated by Asian entrepreneurs and larger corporations like Strength of Nature and L’Oréal. Both brands have had a strong hold on the “ethnic” beauty market especially after acquiring numerous brands from Motions to Softsheen-Carson. That is, until the natural hair movement gained momentum and brought about a wave of Black entrepreneurs looking to reclaim the Billion dollar industry. With African Americans purchasing nine times more (repeat: NINE TIMES MORE) beauty and grooming products than any other ethnic group, yet owning less than 1% of that market share, it’s only right that there is a major shift in ownership from hair care products to the beauty supply stores notoriously owned by Asians. In an effort to support the growing number of Black-Owned Beauty Supply stores, we’ve rounded up 50 that you should be supporting around the country. Don’t forget to click on each photo for more info and if you know of any others that should be added to the list, comment below.