Hair & Headwear

Three Black Women With Headties


Showing 21-30 of 819 results

AGlow Accessories

Hair & Headwear, Accessories, Accessories, Jewelry, Handbags, Scarves
Women Owned
AGlow was founded by Glow sisters Brittany and Nicole in 2017. AGlow was created to enhance and add shine to our customers,all while staying fashionable for every occasion. AGlow customers are confident, fearless, inspirational, adventurous, and real Glow-getters. They capture the attention of others in every room they walk in, but their AGlow accessory just puts the finishing touches to their light.


Health & Beauty, Bath & Body, Hair & Headwear, Accessories, Fashion, Tees, Unisex, Accessories, Handbags
Women Owned
"Aso Dára" originates from the Yoruba language and translates roughly to "good cloth". Aso Dára is a brand working to share their spin on the cultural exuberance of the motherland.

Afro Hair & Skin Co.

Health & Beauty, Skincare, Hair & Headwear, Haircare, Shampoo, Hair growth/repair, Fashion, Accessories, Handbags
Women Owned, Natural
Ibi Meier-Oruitemeka is a wellness beauty expert and entrepreneur, and an advocate for holistic health and wellness in black women. She is the founder and creative director of The Afro Hair & Skin Co., an award-winning natural beauty brand. Meier-Oruitemeka, who has published articles in Ash Magazine, PRIDE, and on the Vox Africa network, developed her powerful black-owned skincare brands over five years. She sought to get rid of all the common toxins that undermine black women's health and wellbeing. Her mission is to provide high functioning all-natural alternatives. Using The Afro Hair & Skin Co., Ibi aims to share her love of natural beauty. Her other goal is education. She wants to show others how to harness these black-owned hair products and skincare solutions.


Hair & Headwear, Accessories, Home & Garden, Decor, Fashion, Clothing, Women’s, Accessories, Scarves, Lifestyle, Wedding
Free Shipping, Luxury, Ships Internationally, Women Owned, Family Owned, Handmade
AFROTHREADS™ is more than an online fabric store—we aim to preserve and promote authentic African art and culture. Did you know that the majority of “African prints” on the market are not actually designed or made by Africans? To combat this, we have partnered with artisans and companies from different parts of the continent in order to share the history, technique, and meaning behind a variety of handmade and printed African fabrics. We encourage creativity and cultural appreciation: with knowledge and respect, anyone can proudly own, wear, and create with African prints and textiles. As Afro-diasporans, we are always looking for more ways to incorporate African art into both our wardrobes and our homes. Shop our growing collection of accessories and decor, which highlights the beauty and versatility of different African fabrics. We also strive for zero waste of these precious materials. We recycle leftover fabric whenever possible, and we are happy to collaborate with and/or donate to other creatives. Please contact us if interested!


Hair & Headwear, Haircare, Shampoo, Conditioner, Hair Styling
Free Shipping, Ships Internationally, Women Owned
Afroveda is a line of black-owned hair products made from the highest quality oils, herbs, and botanicals available. The makers use a unique process to keep the medicinal and energetic qualities of the plants. They penetrate the scalp and deliver the healing properties of nature. Once these oils reach the hair follicles, it stimulates healthy growth. Afroveda is one of the several black-owned companies that sprung from someone’s kitchen. The company is the brainchild of Mala Rhodes, a complementary care specialist. Rhodes mixed her own oils to use in massage therapy. When she decided to “go natural,” she needed products that would nourish and nurture her hair. She already had experience in making spa and body products. It made the transition to hair products easy. Mala now creates products for nourishing the scalp. Her products also increase hair growth and improve texture.

Akwati Style

Hair & Headwear, Accessories, Fashion, Clothing, Women’s, Accessories, Jewelry
Free Shipping, Ships Internationally, Women Owned, Made in America
Black-owned businesses come in all forms, and Akwati Style is no exception. Angel J, the owner, is a 30-something woman obsessed with travel, sewing, and fashion. She calls herself the "curator" of this black-owned clothing brand. Angel is a self-taught "sewist." She creates clothing sourced from textiles originating from all over the world. Whenever she travels, as a memento, she brings home souvenirs. She likes to buy cool accessories or attractive fabric to make style items. Stemming from her love for fashion and sewing, the Akwati Style brand was born. With Akwati Style, customers, or (#akwatiangels) get to shop her suitcase. She sources these items from GLOBAL locations. #Akwatigangels can buy textiles and unique accessories that she has CURATED. She then stitches textiles obtained from those trips into fashion-forward clothing for all to enjoy.

Bessie and Lovie

Health & Beauty, Cosmetic, Hair & Headwear, Wigs, Weaves and Hairpieces
Women Owned
Bessie and Lovie offers top quality lash extensions at affordable prices. Choose from a variety of styles from everyday to glamorous looks!

Diary of a Mad Brand

Hair & Headwear, Accessories, Fashion, Clothing, Men’s, Women’s
“90s R&B” + “Fashion” + “Pop Culture” Diary of a Mad Brand was founded in 2018 by Jason Gray. Jason describes the brand as a ""passion brand” or “a timely cultural experiment” at times.


Health & Beauty, Bath & Body, Skincare, Other, Hair & Headwear, Haircare, Shampoo, Conditioner, Hair Styling, Hair growth/repair, Home & Garden, Decor, Other
Charitable, Handmade
A young man from Togo, West Africa, planted the seed of Alaffia in 1996. Together with a young woman from Washington State, he formed this social enterprise, which has now flourished into a thriving business. Their inspiration was a shared calling to do right by the world. Founded in 2003, Alaffia continues to redefine the natural black-owned hair products industry. The company's core values are Beauty, Equality, Empowerment, fair trade, and safe, efficient hair, face, and body care. All the pieces in the Queen Alaffia collection are one of a kind works of art. Pieces are handmade at the Alaffia Artisan Center in Sokodé, Togo, West Africa. This black-owned business rehabilitates women who fell prey to the sex trade. Queen Alaffia offers a stable income and respectable environment. They aim to end the need for these women to sell their bodies to provide for themselves and their families. Alaffia features a wide selection of bath, body, hair, and skin products and remains committed to its mission of social impact.

Alikay Naturals

Health & Beauty, Bath & Body, Skincare, Personal Fragrance, Other, Hair & Headwear, Haircare, Shampoo, Conditioner, Hair Styling, Hair growth/repair
Free Shipping, Women Owned
Rochelle Alikay Graham-Campbell is a thriving entrepreneur. She is also a natural hair, beauty & lifestyle YouTube influencer. Add to those accolades philanthropist, wife, and mother. In short, she is the true definition of every woman. Her brand, Alikay, is an icon among black-owned hair products. Her "BlackOnyx77" channel earned YouTube's prestigious Silver Play Button Award. It continues to be a go-to source for beauty and fashion inspiration. She has over 104k+ subscribers and 15 million views. This African American business owner has a dedication to hair that grows and skin that glows. She continues to uphold the simple educational approach. She can trace this approach to her humble beginning on YouTube in 2008, where she brought forth groundbreaking techniques as a natural hair YouTube Pioneer. This beauty brand fuses fair trade, high quality ingredients with special attention to tightly coiled, natural hair. Over the years, Alikay Naturals™ has flourished to become one of the fastest growing and most influential beauty brands in the world. The line is currently available at Target, Sally Beauty Supply, Bed Bath and Beyond-Harmon, Rite Aid, Kroger, Meijer, Face Values and CVS stores nationwide.