I had to come back with a part two. A lot of you liked my first #BuyBlack Wishlist. If you follow me on my instagram you will see some of the products I’ve already purchased from my first #BuyBlack Wishlist.
Here are some more black owned businesses that I’ve come across:
(feel free to comment below your black owned business or a black owned business you support/like)
Tknhwigs – T’Kehya is the founder of TK Natural Hair Wigs. Tknhwigs is a Canadian based company that supplies wigs for kinky, coils, curly hair. They also sponsor wigs and products that help women and children affected by cancer and alopecia. Love what this company stands for.
Hairveda – Hairveda sells “moisture rich tea infused handmade hair care solutions”. Their products are silicone and parabens free. You can buy Hairveda products from all over the world, have a look at their list here to see where you can shop for Hairveda products. I’ll be using the British Curlies Shop to purchase some Hairveda products. I want to try the Hairveda HydraSilica Hair Nourishing Tea Mist and Hairveda Jardin Whipped Green Tea Hair Butter.
MaroonDawta – Maroon Dawta is a Jamaican born, UK based home wear and jewellery company that also ships worldwide. They sell so many products that I want, I love home wear bits. Have a browse through their site and instagram as well.
Nitimueth – Niti Marcelle Mueth is a graphic designer and self taught screen printer. Her instagram is extremely pleasing to the eye. She also sells clothing and bags. Here’s her ‘clap for yourself’ tee and bag😍.
Adornedbychi – This business is aimed towards the #SoftBrownGirl. They sell “whimsical headgear and clothing for princesses”. Their hair accessories are so cute.
Shea Butter Cottage – Shea butter is everything. Shea Butter Cottage roots are from Ghana, it’s based in the UK and it also ships worldwide. They have so many products i want to try, i defiantly want a jar of Unrefined Shea Butter and their Avocado + Coconut Leave in Conditioner looks good too. This store has loads of affordable organic products for head to toe use.
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BlacLuv – BlacLuv sell quality African inspired prices with a modern sparkle. Their jewelry products definitely sparkle. I love the Sparkle Me Limited Edition ‘Swirls’ Bespoke Earings and their Oversized Women ‘Logs’ Statement Earrings.
Kiwi&Yam – Bringing culture to the streets! Kiwi&Yam sells urban clothing inspired by african Culture and patterns.
Jamii – Jamii is the swahili word for ‘community’, which makes total sense as Jamii is a site that sells a card that offers savings for several African and Caribbean products and services. Jamii works with fashion, art, beauty, skincare, food and hair companies and brands based in the UK.
>> My Jamii Card Experience <<
Vitae – Vitae is a sleek and stylish watch company, who also puts their money into supporting children’s education.
King of Selam – Unique and one of a kind loc jewellery, crochet earrings, and crochet Tams for your crown. All of her gold and crystal jewellery is beautiful.
Hope you liked this post, I might have to do a part 3 because there are so many black owned businesses about. Let me know if you’ve purchased anything from these places.