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For European Naturals: 10 UK-Based Natural Hair Product Lines to Try

• Sep 22, 2015

There are a number of UK based natural hair blogs that you can follow if you live in Europe and want more localized hair tips, but the natural hair products coming out of the UK don’t get as much facetime as products developed in the United States. But for many naturals it’s more feasible to obtain products from the UK rather than the US. Here are 10 natural hair product lines made in the United Kingdom for you to check out.

Be Unique Haircare

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With a Shea Bliss Deep Conditioner, Moisture Custard moisturizer, Mango Twist Cream, Bamboo Mango Smoothie conditioner, and Bamboo Monoi Milk cleanser, Be Unique Haircare’s products are on a mission to make naturals feel blessed and unique.

Big Hair Beauty

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Big Hair’s line of products is free of sulfates, parabens, silicones, petroleum, mineral oil, and other harsh chemicals and include a Soft Clean SLS Free Shampoo, Soft Curls Conditioner, DEEP Conditioning Hair Treatment, Leave In Moisturizing Milk, and a Moisture Me Whipped Butter.



Though the brand’s specialty is the scalp oils, particularly the Harvest Growth Oil, there are a ton of products to ensure healthy hair from root to tip. The KinkiCoiliKurli kids line and the Legend4Men men’s line make this brand perfect for the entire family.

Mahogany Naturals


Created by hairstylist and makeup artists Tope Beesley, Mahogany Naturals is a made-to-order organic line including an ACV shampoo bar, a Rhassoul, Cocoa and Honey Deep Hair Treatment, Hydrating Hair Juice, Irish Cream Hair Smoothie, and more products.

Mane Divas

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Mane Divas creates Shine and Define hair butters in three scents: Coffee Curls, Mango Passion, and Monoi Moist, which all contain JBCO. They also sell essential hair oils, and stock Tropic Isle products. Even better, a portion of the brand’s profits are donated to the Sickle Cell Society Charity.

Hug My Hair

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Aside from having one of the cutest brand names, Hug My Hair’s handmade, vegetarian products include a shampoo bar, hydrating hair spritz, hair oil, and 4 different whipped shea hair and body butters.

I Love Afro


I Love Afro’s made to order products are made without harsh chemicals an include a Shea Moisture lotion (for hair and body), a Moisture Mist, Detangling Conditioner, a Wash & Go Shampoo, a Hydrate & Hold Cream, and two styling melt butters: shea butter and chocolate.

Sheabutter Cottage

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If you’re looking for ethically sourced, fair trade natural ingredients like butters, oils, herbs, and clays, then Shea Butter Cottage should be your one stop shop. For naturals who prefer purchasing ready-made products, Cioccolatina is Sheabutter Cottage’s brand of handmade, organic, natural toiletries.

Curly By Nature

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With a Moisture Shampoo, Intensive Conditioning Mask, a Hair Repair Oil, and a Nourishing Gloss Balm, Curly By Nature’s products are simple and hypoallergenic, and the brand includes an educational component that encourages women to better understand their own hair.

Joliette by Afro Deity

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Afro Deity’s Caribbean inspired line of natural hair products, Joliette, is filled with luxe packaged products including a Caribbean Vanilla Hair Mud Mask, Caribbean Berry Hydrating Mist, Caribbean Berry Curl Me Soft cream, Caribbean Berry Whipped Shea Butter, and even Prickly Pear Seed Oil.

Have you tried any of these brands? Which other UK based natural hair brands should we know about?

About Klassy Kinks founder and editor, Ijeoma Eboh, is on a mission to change perceptions of kinky textured hair around the world. You can find her on social media @klassykinks.

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6 years ago

They sound and look great but aren’t cheap.

6 years ago
Reply to  Saran

i find that being natural in general is expensive — which is why i know its so much easier for black women to to relax their hair when its like £4 ($5) for a box of child relaxer.

but this is also a tactic done in many companies where something mainstream is much cheaper which makes the authentic companies go out of business.

Nonetheless it needs to be expensive for black companies to get the money they need so i dont mind too much

6 years ago
Reply to  Kitkat

Itdepends on the person. I have never relaxed my own hair so I paid about $65 at the salon..I would wash and style my own hair but I know women who don’t. I don’t go to salons now and tend to do a lot of DIY

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6 years ago

curl harmony is another great brand.

6 years ago

Anita Grant!

6 years ago

Thank you so much for this list! It’s great to see products that we can actually purchase at a reasonable price here in the UK.

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