Cult Beauty has cemented itself as one of the leading beauty and hair care retailers in the UK. Unlike some online hair care stores, Cult Beauty thoroughly reviews its products to ensure that you are getting your money’s worth. The site has a range of hair products - from shampoos to hair treatments to hair wraps.
2. Feel Unique
The core of FeelUnique’s brand is accessibility, and they deliver by providing nearly 400 products to men and women across the globe. Their hair care section for afro hair contains listing for popular natural hair products like Cantu and Shea Moisture, and they also offer specialty hair treatments and masks guaranteed to nourish your curls!
3. Naturally Curly
Naturally Curly, a US-based hair care retailer, is focused exclusively on selling products for transitioning and natural hair. Their website is easy to use, and you can search for products by type and hair texture.
The Dooplex describes itself as a “carefully curated online store offering uniquely formulated beauty products for women of color." They offer hair butters, scalp treatments, and oils curated by black and minority-owned businesses. If you’re interested in supporting black-owned businesses, this is the place to go. Their unique selection of products has earned them the title of the “Sephora of Black Beauty Products.
The Biographies is an online retailer that soley stocks black-owned products. They list hair care brands like Afro Hair Skin & Co, Almocad Naturals and Super Food Cosmeceuticals.
6. All Shades Covered
All Shades Covered are the online store revolutionising the way that black women shop for their hair care needs. The inspiration for the store came from the fact that black women are under-served by the high street. They believe every woman deserves to have a positive and transparent shopping experience when it comes to beauty. You’ll find a range of virgin hair extensions including kinky, straight, body wave, curly, closures, frontals and custom made wigs available in a range of dyed colours and many Hair Care brands curated for Afro-Caribbean Hair.