Are you a Black Canadian or Natural Curly Girl looking for hair products online in Canada? This post is for you
I often get asked by Black Canadian Naturalistas: “Where do you buy your natural hair products?” Trust me, I know the struggle is real. Our options are limited, especially for those of us who live anywhere but the East-Coast.
So the answer I give almost every time is this: “sometimes I travel to the stores in the States, sometimes I rely on drugstore brands, but most of the time, I get my natural curly hair products online from Canadian sites.”.
First, I want to say that I love supporting the Canadians actually making products for us black ladies with curly, kinky, coily hair. So for those who want to do the same, here’s a list of Canadian-made Natural Hair Products. There really are people out there creating products for us, so check it out.
But I get it. I’ve been there. Sometimes, I want to try the latest from those brands that just aren’t carried here. So when it comes down to it, I have to order them in. But when I do, I always make sure to order from Canadian websites in order to avoid the USD and duties!
I’ll do a break down of the websites I’ve actually ordered from, and will continue to update as I try the others listed below.
All sites are Ontario-based unless otherwise specified. This can help you decide if you want to order from somewhere a bit nearer to you in hopes of a shorter shipping time.
Beautiful Black Hair (CURRENTLY OFFLINE)
This is the first place I ever ordered natural curly hair care products from in Canada. Their original vision was to support Canadian women, but they now serve Naturalistas world-wide.
If they don’t carry a product, you can request it! You’ll even get 20% off your purchase of the requested product as a thank you!
Free Shipping over $75. (I’m always a sucker for “Free shipping above X” offers.)
Their membership gives you 20% off all purchases, along with other benefits! It costs $25CAD/year. (I had mine for a year and LOVED it, I plan on renewing it after I try some of the other sites on this list).
Email notification of sales. Speaking from experience, you won’t be bombarded with spam if you provide them your email address. They use it primarily let you know when they have sales. (And trust me, you do not want to miss their sales.)
BSW Beauty Canada
I’ve only ordered from them once, but was super impressed by their delivery time (5 business days over the holiday season).
Free shipping over $100. (Higher than the above, but hey, it’s not hard to spend $100 on hair products.)
Point system. You can redeem $1 off for every 100 points earned. On top of earning points off purchases, they offer extra ways to get points, (i.e. Engaging with their social media profiles, and writing reviews!)C
Other websites to order Curly Natural Hair Care products:
- Cloré Beauty
- Roots to Curls
- Love Thy HnS (Based in Montréal)
- AOne Beauty
- Curls & Confidence
- Boutique Au Naturel (Based in Montréal, Quebec)
- Kika Curls (Based in Montréal, Quebec)
- Kyroche Beauty Supplies
- And of course, if all else fails, there’s always Amazon.
Bonus: Looking for a Canadian subscription box to help you test out new hair products? Check out Curled + Kinky. Also, Curls & Confidence (mentioned above) has a subscription service too!
So there you have it, I hope this list was helpful! As I said, I’ll keep this post updated as I try out other Canadian sites.
Now I want to hear a few things from you! Have you tried any on the list? Also what sort of things do you consider when ordering products online?
And finally, do you know of any websites I should add?
Let me know in the comments, and if you found this resource helpful, help me out, and share it with your friends!
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I don’t usually buy my hair products online. But a brand that sells out a lot at Kyroche’s physical store is Curl Shoppe. They’re a Canadian brand and their shipping usually take 3-4 days.
I really need to try curlshoppe! I follow them on Instagram, and they are super high on my to-purchase list. I gotta get on it!!