Result of the first BlackFollilcles.com Models Competition.
Inspired by Istanbul, Turkey and evil eyes to protect people Hande started her own business, selling jewelry worldwide.
Ahava Felicidad, Creator of the world’s only hair growing sugar blends with a concept that rocks and souls, talks about her inspiration, the business of Black hair and why she supports BlackFollicles.com.
BlackFollicles.com is the solution to the fast growing demand for natural hair care products that brick and mortar stores can’t seem to meet. Sparked by the internet revolution and fueled by social media, the Black natural hair care industry has developed into such a thriving $500 million market that a company like Bain Capital has become an early investor.*
Hello Queen designs products that showcase the inner strength and beauty we all have. Owner Fatima Camara who used to be ashamed of her natural hair supports BlackFollicles.com 110%. Read how she overcame her shame and why she supports BlackFollicles.com.
Enamored with making her own money on Ebay as a child, Michelley began her own hair care line when she realized you don’t have to be mixed to grow long natural hair.
Kristin owner of KCamille NATURALS; a brand she built out of her desire to find a product that works for my kinky and dry hair texture: I think Black owned storefronts and online ecommerce sites that bring together the variety of quality products/services geared toward the Black diaspora is a burgeoning concept.
Lorraine from Lorraine’s Handmade Black Hair products: I do support this BlackFollicles.com. It is a wonderful way to not only be connected with potential customers, but also to meet other creators of African-inspired products and learn from them.
Khepera Adornments, LLC. serves to provide an array of hand-crafted adornments and alluring accessories that inspire you to re-invent yourself and “to become” (kheperer). The Khepera is symbolic to the scarab beetle said to hold the attributes of self-generation and self-renewal. An interview with the owner of this Black Business Abeni Bamidele who has been designing jewelry and accessories for 20 years.