Black-owned hair and make-up brands to follow now

From their gorgeous packaging to their fabulous formulations, here are the Black-owned brands you'll want to see on your feed.

Hair & Beauty

If you've followed the same few cosmetics brands for years, it's time to shake up your feed. There are thousands of independent, Black-owned brands making waves in the hair and make-up industries, that diversifying your feed in 2020 really isn't that difficult! However, if you need a push in the right direction, we've put together a list of eight amazing brands to follow right now.

Ksoni
@ksonicares

Ksoni

Follow for: Natural hair and bodycare products in plastic-free packaging. Great for the environment, and great for you!

The Wild Curl
@thewildcurl

The Wild Curl

Follow for: Vegan haircare for natural curls with products featuring pure essential oils. We're all about having delicious-smelling hair!

Makeup Addiction Cosmetics
@makeupaddictioncosmetics

Makeup Addiction Cosmetics

Follow for: Seriously intense pigments and inclusive, cruelty-free beauty. Get ready to see plenty of colour!

Uoma Beauty
@uomabeauty

UOMA Beauty

Follow for: Covetable packaging and beautiful formulations for all skin tones. Plus, make-up inspo from artists and enthusiasts of all backgrounds.

Juvia's Place
@juviasplace

Juvia's Place

Follow for: Rich pigments and affordable products, plus inspiration make-up looks and super helpful tutorials from make-up artists.

V Beauty Cosmetics
@v.beauty.cosmetics

V Beauty Cosmetics

Follow for: 100% vegan nail polish and amazing bath bombs in all shapes and sizes (look out for the lust-worthy pamper sets!).

Nylah
@nylah.uk

Nylah

Follow for: Plant-based haircare, natural hair inspo and relatable memes, as well as haircare advice from founder, Kam.

516 Polish
@516polish

516 Polish

Follow for: The UK's first indie polish brand championing #SwatchDiversity, with pretty nail polish shades and formulations.

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