Since Korean Hair Shops don't have respect (Headlock/chokehold video inside this topic) for Black women, here is a list of Black owned Beauty supply shops nationwide

50 Black-Owned Beauty Supply Stores You Should Know

Jan 27 2016

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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.

*Updated with new businesses.

 

Ace Beauty Supply
12805 Prairie Ave,
Hawthorne, California 90250
(310) 978-4452

 

Annie’s Beauty Supply
920 22nd St. S.
St. Petersburg, FL 33712
(727) 343-9582

 

Atlanta Beauty Depot
2388 Cobb Pkwy SE,
Smyrna, Georgia 30080
(770) 916-1990

 

Beaute’ Mark Beauty Supply
8906 Bellhaven Blvd,
Charlotte, North Carolina 28214
(980) 237-7625

 

Beauty Fab Lab
8126 Lem Turner Rd,
Jacksonville, Florida 32208
(904) 982-7812

 

Beauty For U
5145 Lake Ridge Pkwy Ste 115
Grand Prairie, Texas 75052
(972) 606-2669

 

Benton’s Beauty Supply
28 Bibb St,
Alexander City, Alabama 35010
(256) 329-3560

 

Big Apple Beauty Supply
5224 Milford Rd,
East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania 18302
(570) 588-7200

 

Black Girls Divine Beauty Supply And Salon
3904 Church Ave,
Brooklyn, New York 11203
(347) 365-7540

 

Black Star Beauty Supply
620 Mall Blvd, Ste E,
Dyersburg, Tennessee 38024
(731) 589-1993

 

Brixton Beauty Supply
12503 SE Division St, Ste C,
Portland, Oregon 97236
(503) 719-6367

 

Crown of Glory Beauty Supply
5453 Riverdale Rd
College Park , GA 30349
(770) 996-3588
https://squareup.com/store/crownofglorybeautysupply

 

Curl Kitchen
3428 S King Dr,
Chicago, Illinois 60616
(312) 273-3646

 

Desired Beauty Supplies
1174 Big Bethel Rd,
Hampton, Virginia 23666
(757) 827-6710

 

Discount Queen Beauty Supply
4600 Chippewa Street, Suite Q,
St. Louis, Missouri 63116
(314) 224-5450

 

 

Elise Beauty Supply
214 G Street
Antioch, California 94509
(925) 206-4981

 

Empress Beauty Supply
2286 W Pleasant Run Rd, # 108,
Lancaster, Texas 75146
(214) 884-9224

 

Epic Curls
1420 North Parham Road
Richmond, Virginia 23229
(804) 741-1540

 

Friday’s Beauty Supply
1528 S Wilmington Ave
Compton, California 90220
(310) 638-0578

 

Garden of Natural Beauty
2900 W Sample Rd, # 1305,
Pompano Beach, Florida 33073
(954) 366-2720

 

Get Sassy Beauty Supply
1368 N Arizona Ave, Ste 102,
Chandler, Arizona 85225
(480) 917-0014

 

Go Natural 24/7
4721 SE 29th Street,
Del City, Oklahoma 73115
(405) 819-5048

 

Hairizon Beauty
1058 W. Club Blvd Ste 142
Durham, North Carolina 27701
(800) 557-9828

 

Hair Couture
1680 N. College Ave, Suite 4,
Fayetteville, Arkansas 72703
(479) 935-4852

 

Hair Zone
449 Smith St,
Providence, Rhode Island 02908
(401) 390-7138

 

Head Games Beauty Supply
67 North Pleasant Street,
Amherst, Massachusetts 01002
(413) 253-7478

 

Healthy Hair Dimensions
4450 Hugh Howell Rd, Ste 13,
Tucker, Georgia 30084
(770) 908-8020

 

IBI Beauty Supply Store
20013 Linden Blvd,
St. Albans, NY 11412
(718) 525-5255

 

Jewel’s Beauty Supply
3511 12th St NE
Washington, DC 20017
(202) 808-8099

Jordan’s Beauty Supply
1911 East 79th Street
Chicago IL 60649
(773) 734-6268
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8228 South Kedzie Ave.
Chicago IL 60652
(773) 498-2555

 

KD Haircare Supply, LLC
24453 Sunnymead Blvd
Moreno Valley, Ca 92553
(951) 242-0200

 

KSR Hair And Beauty Supply
350 N Broad St, Ste G,
Mobile, Alabama 36603
(251) 434-8266

 

Lin’s Beauty Supply
6803 Preston Rd, Ste 142,
Frisco, Texas 75034
(469) 362-5515

 

Lynn’s Beauty Supply
247 S Cedar Ridge Dr,
Duncanville, Texas 75116
(214) 985-6718

 

Majestic Beauty Supplies
14580 7th St, # A,
Victorville, California 92395
(760) 843-8443

 

Mane & Beat Beauty Boutique
2106 Ayrsley Town Blvd,
Charlotte, North Carolina 28273
(704) 625-6023

 

Natalya’s Beauty Supply
2890 Highway 212 SW, Ste B,
Conyers, Georgia 30094
(678) 413-1101

 

Mine, Naturally
4875 W 56th St,
Indianapolis, Indiana 46254
(317) 406-9866

 

Monique’s Natural Hair Boutique
1530 S Evans St Suite 104C
Greenville, NC 27834
(252) 321-6331

 

My Beauty Beauty Supply
4316 Lawrenceville Hwy, Ste. 130
Tucker, GA 30084
(770) 717-1740

 

Pampered & Twisted Natural Hair Boutique
15015 Westheimer Rd, Ste D3,
Houston, Texas 77082
(281) 752-5153

 

Paris Hair & Beauty Supplies
1566 Edgewood Ave,
Trenton, New Jersey 08618
(609) 218-5883

 

Payne’s Beauty & Barber Supply
830 Cherry Ave,
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
(434) 295-2660

 

PD&K Beauty Supply
611 Holcomb Bridge Rd, Ste B,
Roswell, Georgia 30076
(678) 720-5879

 

Personal Treasures Salon & Spa
3313 S Holden Rd,
Greensboro, North Carolina 27407
(336) 315-1880

 

Powell’s Barber and Beauty
901 Nebraska Ave,
Toledo, Ohio 43607
(419) 243-7731

 

Sisters Beauty Supply
100 5th Ave,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
(412) 281-3390

 

Sisters Too Beauty Supply
2719 Brodhead Rd,
Aliquippa, Pennsylvania 15001
(724) 788-1549

 

Systahood Beauty Supplies
1434 Knox Avenue
Easton, Pennsylvania 18040
(610)-253-1400
www.systahoodbeautysupply.com

 

Tendrils and Curls
2501 S Shepherd Dr, # 1,
Houston, Texas 77019
(713) 520-7179

 

The Essence of it Beauty Supply
5409 Central Ave, Ste 14
Newark, CA 94560
(510) 793-9224

 

Trina’s Beauty Supply
4854 W. Pico Blvd,
Los Angeles, California 90019
(323) 931-1359

 

Tru’Mane “The Natural Spot”
332 S Market St,
Inglewood, California 90301
(213) 235-6533

 

Vivrant Beauty
220 Saint Nicholas Avenue
New York, New York 10027
(212) 865-0100
www.vivrantbeauty.com

 

ZuZu Beauty Supply
2700 W Baseline Rd,
Tempe, Arizona 85283
(602) 437-1229

 

I posted this particular story under:  DR JOHN HENRIK CLARKE: "BLACK PEOPLE HAVE NO FRIENDS"

 

 

IT IS TIME FOR BLACK WOMEN IN AMERICA [AND WORLDWIDE] TO DECIDE WHICH IS MORE IMPORTANT, THE LIVES AND DIGNITY OF THE BLACK PEOPLE/BLACK RACE, OR HIDING THEIR NATURAL HAIR UNDER FAKE HAIR OR HAIR THAT BELONGS TO ANOTHER HUMAN BEING.  

 

NO ONE, NO GROUP, NO RACE OF PEOPLE, NO ONE, THAT HATES BLACK PEOPLE, THAT COMMITS VIOLENCE AGAINST BLACK PEOPLE, WHO'S GROWN-ASS MEN WILL ATTACK A BLACK WOMAN [OR BLACK CHILD], SHOULD BE LIVING IN THIS COUNTRY ENJOYING A 'MIDDLE-CLASS AND ABOVE LIFE FROM MONEY THEY ARE MAKING PRIMARILY/EXCLUSIVELY FROM AFRICAN AMERICAN PATRONAGE OF THEIR BUSINESS.

 

 

 

 

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COMPANY INFORMATION

Bronner Bros. is a privately held, family owned company. It was founded in 1947 by Dr. Nathaniel H. Bronner, Sr. and his brother Arthur E. Bronner, Sr. (see history). Today Bronner Bros. is headed by the second generation. Bernard Bronner leads the company as president and CEO.

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Second Generation Bronner Brothers and mother.

The Bronner Bros. Enterprise consists of Bronner Bros. Beauty Products which include BB, African Royale, 4Naturals, Tropical Roots and NuExpressions product lines, UPSCALE Magazine, Bronner Bros. International Beauty Shows, Word of Faith Family Worship Cathedral, and The Ark of Salvation. Bronner Bros. employs over 300 full time and part time staff members, operate two manufacturing and shipping facilities, and our corporate headquarters located in Marietta, GA.

 


MISSION STATEMENT

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Nathaniel H. Bronner, Sr and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr

We provide high quality beauty products and the largest and best multicultural beauty show globally. So we can continue the legacy of inspiring and improving lives for generations to come.

In this pursuit of excellence, we are committed to the following:

Our Customers: We will meet and exceed our customers’ expectations with the level of service and the quality of products that we manufacture.

Our Employees: We will provide a work environment that is both challenging and rewarding so that our internal and external customers will be treated with excellence. We will provide motivational staff meetings, which promote balanced growth financially, mentally, physically, and morally.

Our Community: We will give back to the community in the form of charitable contributions, donations, moral support, and through the development of other entrepreneurs.
We realize that this pursuit of excellence is a journey that we will unceasingly travel. We expect our customers, our employees, and our community to measure us along this pursuit.

Therefore, please join us in our journey and our pursuit of excellence!

A PRINCIPLE TAUGHT BY DR. NATHANIEL H. BRONNER, SR.:

“ Three things his parents told him: Work hard, Be Honest, and Keep Good Company.”

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Products

The Tropical Roots product line includes 5 different products uniquely designed to help you maintain and style your braids, locks, and twists.

    Thank you for this invaluable list my brotha.  This is exactly why I am going back old school.  Do my own nails, eyebrows....wear twists, puff, naturals, and braids...even will wear wigs before patronizing Asian stores that haven been racist and unnecessary profiling black customers every since  that young black girl shot and killed was over a small bottle of orange juice by an older female Asian merchant-who eventually went back to South Korea.  We should never be a slave to our own beauty.  We have it all within.  We don't need them.  I'm glad you posted all these black beauty supply houses.  It will be good to go there for our hair and skin needs.  And if we begin to do more things old school?  We will be able to save our money and spend it on basic things that are starting to become very expensive.  We have to change lanes and not allow merchants to continue to pimp  us.  One of our strengths is  our numbers....the money power we have regardless of the climate of society...we still have plenty of power...but let's not waste it on folks who have no respect for us. We must learn to respect our power and our money.  Remember a  couple of generations ago, we as blacks were indeed one of the healthiest people in the world..until drugs, alcohol, poverty, violence began to poison our culture.  But!  We still have those survival genes...however.  

And it is up to us to be the best by passing this  torch of greatness...and we can do that effectively by taking better care of ourselves, respecting each other as a culture/race and slowing down.  Building up what we have and preparing for a long haul.  Right now?  Many of us were moving just too fast...forgetting what is truly important for all of us in the black community.... as why this election win got away from us a bit.  I know it's sounds like I'm babbling but this all ties together in terms of how we were always able to  maintain unity whatever the horrific struggle.  We did it by going back to the basics.   Other cultures can't do this.  But!  We can and have.  Now is the time to do it again. Cuz it's important NOT to be a slave to anything massa and his boys have.  And since some immigrants seem to think we are going to continue to buy their product and succumb to their insults and attacks out of product desperation....they need to see just exactly who we are...and how who we are historically enabled them to come this country acquire freedom and benefit as a result of our human/civil right movement.  But they've been ungrateful about this for too long while at the same time bring their racism to our community.  They take our money and then treat us like shit. Well... no more.    But!

One of the most powerful things Black women can do in this country, AND in Africa and throughout the entire Black diaspora, is to GO NATURAL, and BOYCOTT Asian Beauty Supplies and Stores [and any other non-Black owned beauty suppliers and beauty stores] in complete RESISTENCE to ANY racism and disrespect for Black Women, and/or any members of the Black race.

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